The kids are back to school and Mama (that’s me!) has been making getting into the craft room a priority. I’ve been slowly opening all my new stamp sets and products. Sometimes I just get organized or clean up and other times I get messy. Today I got messy with the brand new Blossoms in Bloom Bundle from the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue. I purchased this bundle because I really felt that it could make beautiful cards fast. I wasn’t wrong. I began this project like many others as I die cut several pieces at once. It didn’t take long for me to notice that the die shape of the blossom outline was gorgeous on almost any background. It’s the star of the show for both my cards! I used the purple posy ink on whisper white cardstock similar to how the products were intended to be paired together. I am not going to lie. It was easy and powerful. For both cards, I used my favourite Stampin’ Up! colour, Sahara Sand as an accent. The purple posy scalloped linen ribbon, very vanilla lace trim and linen thread couldn’t have tied it all together better. Voila! Another couple cards finalized in a jiffy!
Cathy Caines, Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
2013-14, 2017, 2018 Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team Member
St. John’s, Newfoundland Labrador
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Supplies and images used are © 2020-2021 Stampin’ Up! unless otherwise stated: Blossoms and Bloom stamp set, highland heather ink, linen thread, whisper white cardstock, momento ink, cruched curry ink, Many Layered Blossoms Die, Sahara Sand cardstock, Tasteful Labels dies, Subtle embossing folder, very vanilla scalloped lace trim, purple posy scalloped linen ribbon, old olive ink, basic pearls, stitched rectangle dies