Stiched flowers, you ask? "Yes, please," I respond. The Stampin' Up! Pierced Blooms Dies create delicate floral scenes, in any color combination, without the added stamping steps. With these dies, you can cut flowers in several sizes, complete with darling stitching details, plus the leaves and centers to go with them. Try them on handmade cards, scrapbook pages, and other paper crafts.
Stamp Set: So Sentimental
Dies: Pierced Blooms Dies, Stitched So Sweetly Dies
Cardstock: Thick White, White, Highland Heather, Pool Party
Designer Series Pape (DSP)r: Playing with Patterns DSP
Ink Pads: VersaMark
Embellishments: Opal Rounds
Embossing Powder: Silver Stampin' Emboss Powder
Adhesives: Stampin' Seal+, Multipurpose Liquid Glue, Stampin' Dimensionals
Basic Supply Kit: paper trimmer, paper snips/scissors, bone folder, acrylic stamping blocks
Stampin' Up! Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine
Take Your Pick (optional)
Card Base: Thick White (5 1/2" x 8 1/2" scored at 4 1/4")
Layer #1: Playing with Patterns DSP (5 1/4" x 4")
Layer #2: White (approximately 4 1/2" x 3 1/4" before die cutting)
Layer #3 - Inside: White (5 1/4" x 4")
Stamping & Die Cutting: White, Highland Heather, Pool Party
Prepare Your Cardstock: cut/trim/score all paper as described above
Use the largest stitched / scalloped die from the Stitched So Sweetly Dies to trim Layer #2 white cardstock
Die cut 1 each of the two largest flowers from Highland Heather cardstock
Die cut 4 stems of leaves from Pool Party cardstock
Die cut several smaller floral accent pieces from white cardstock
Stamp the sentiment towards the middle of Layer #2 die cut white cardstock, positioned closer to the right side, in VersaMark ink
Cover the sentiment in Silver embossing powder and heat until melted
Adhere Layer #1 DSP to the cardbase
Adhere Layer #2 white cardstock on top of the DSP
Adhere your florals and leaves to the top of the card -- I recommend adding the two largest flowers (one on the top left of the sentiment layer and the other on the bottom right of the sentiment layer) with a Stampin' Dimensional, adhere the top accent floral pieces with liquid glue, and add the leaf die cuts under each of the flower clusters with liquid glue (tuck them under the flowers)
Adorn the top of each flower with an Opal Round embellishment
Decorate Layer #3 - Inside white cardstock with additional flowers, if/as desired
YouTube Videos Coming Mid-April 2021
We all love watching our favorite video content on YouTube and if you're anything like me, you have quite a few crafters that you watch regularly. I hope that I become one of your favorites.
My YouTube channel is up and I'm collecting followers in advance of my first video publication happening the week of April 12th, 2021. Please consider subscribing and hitting the notifications bell so you're one of the first viewers to welcome me into the YouTube demonstration and tutorial world. If the notifications bother you, by all means turn them off...but consider keeping them on for the month of April as I'm more likely to go live or post premiere videos (with live chat w/me) outside a regular schedule. =)
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I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU
Your Feedback, Thoughts, & Suggestions
It would be great to hear from you on any topic that's on your mind. I do not have to be your primary demonstrator or even one of your usual go-to resources for inspiration, tips, advice, etc., It would be very beneficial if I can hear from you on any crafting-related topic imaginable.
What are your favorite types of cards?
Do you want to see more fun-folds?
Do you want to see more gift packaging?
Do you want to see how I use Stampin' Up! supplies for scrapbooking and memory keeping?
What are the top 3 things you admire most about your favorite crafters (I'd really love to hear this!!!!).
Do you have a love-hate relationship with adhesives?
Do your cards stand the test of time or do they tend to fall flat?
Tell me your pain-points and I will help (or assemble of team of crafters who can come together to help). If you're thinking it or struggling with it, it's a given that someone else is facing the same challenge. Let's help everyone.
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The Stamping Nook Shopping Rewards
I know I love shopping rewards, perks, and freebies and I think it is a safe bet to say that you do too -- so, look at the my rewards program details and earn your free goodies!
Stamping Nook Rewards: When you place an order an order between $50 - $149 (before shipping and tax), in my online shop, enter the current host code (noted below) to receive a free gift from me. Once your order has been placed, your gift (or maybe two) will be shipped directly from me right away.
Stampin' Rewards + Stamping Nook Rewards: When you place an order, in my online shop, totaling $150 or more (before shipping & tax), do not use the host cost because you don't want to miss out on more free products through Stampin' Rewards . The amount of Stampin' Rewards will automatically be applied to your order and you'll be prompted to select your free products before completing your order. You'll love getting the free products on your order and I also hope that you'll be happy to get a free gift (or maybe two) from me too! Once your order has been placed, I will ship your free gift right away.
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Crafting In The Stamping Nook Facebook Group
As a creative coach, I am here to help you with your projects -- I do not have to be your demonstrator for me to help! We are a community of crafters! Likewise, I hope to learn from you! One way to facilitate the collaboration is through the private “Crafting in The Stamping Nook” group on Facebook. Members are encouraged to share crafty and DIY projects of all types, share tips, and of course meet others with the same crafting passion. I often share my projects, tutorials, etc., and of course, incorporate fun activities as well (prizes included)!
Please join us. Everyone is welcome!
Crafting In The Stamping New FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/craftinginthestampingnook
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