“Irresistible Blooms” meets Fractured Technique! I have been seeing the Fractured Technique on many stamping websites and decided to try this unique technique. At first glance, it seems this would be somewhat complicated, but in reality, it’s super easy! I chose to use a piece of DSP from the “Hello, Irresistible” papers. The greeting is from the “Irresistible Blooms” stamp set. Both the stamp set and DSP can be found in the “Online Exclusives” on the Stampin’ Up! website. I have used this stamp set previously, HERE, HERE and HERE. This set contains beautiful fonts and has great coordinating dies!

Irresistible Blooms and DSP

I chose Basic White and Flirty Flamingo for my color palette. I stamped the “Thank You” greeting in Flirty Flamingo and die cut it out with a “stitched square” from the “Stylish Shapes” Dies. Then I layered the stitched square on to a Flirty Flamingo square. The DSP was also layered on to a Flirty Flamingo panel. I cut the white strips that frame the “focal point” at 1/4″ wide and the excess was trimmed off.

To complete my card, I attached a Petal Pink bow from the “Ribbon Duo Combo Pack” with a “Mini Glue Dot”. I also used three of the “Fine Sparkle Adhesive-Backed Gems”, a “retired” embellishment. Turns out, this truly was a super simple card to create! If you’d like more information about the “Fractured Technique“, feel free to contact me!