This is my third creation with the “Framed Florets Bundle”. To make this super simple card, I used the fabulous “Fitting Florets” DSP and the oval dies from the “Framed Florets Dies“. Just as my previous card here, I used the colors featured in the DSP print. How beautiful is the color palette of Blushing Bride, Polished Pink, Balmy Blue and Basic White? I layered the DSP on Polished Pink card stock to create a small border around the edges. As a result, the DSP panel mounted on a Blushing Bride folded layer really “pops” off of the card.
I used the “center oval” die cut from the larger detailed oval frame from the “Framed Florets Dies”. The greeting was stamped towards the top in Balmy Blue on this white oval. For another “pop” of detail, I layered the “etched edge oval” die cut in Polished Pink on top. I then die cut one of the “double blooms” from the DSP. It’s great that this “double blooms” image has a coordinating die! The die cut DSP “blooms” are placed up on dimensionals.
To complete my card, I tied a double bow using the white “Crinkle Seam Binding Ribbon” and attached with a glue dot. Occasionally, I like to have just a little touch of “bling” on my cards. The “Iridescent Rhinestone Jewels” do just that. Super simple and very pretty card! Order this collection of products today to create your own beautiful cards!
This is my second creation with the “Framed Florets” bundle. I also incorporated the “Fitting Florets” DSP into this card. These products are exceptionally easy to work with when creating! I chose to work with the color palette of Balmy Blue, Soft Succulent, Evening Evergreen and Basic White found in the DSP. Quite different from the colors that I used in my previous card!
I tried to keep this creation relatively simple with basic stamping, layering and a few embellishments to complete the card. I managed to use several of the “Framed Florets” oval dies for the layering along with several other dies from the set. The Balmy Blue layer was trimmed down slightly by fussy cutting away the embossed edge around the outside of the oval. To add additional texture, I embossed the Balmy Blue card stock strip with the “Timber 3D” embossing folder.
The die cut spray in Soft Succulent has “Wink of Stella Glitter Brush” added to the berries for a soft shimmer. The die cut flower and leaf spray were colored with “Stampin’ Blends”. I placed the die cut flower up on a dimensional. A white “Baker’s Twine” bow and a Pool Party “Glossy Dot” add the few simple details to complete this card. I am in LOVE with this collection of products, especially the dies!
I received my “Framed Florets” bundle and finally had time to play with the entire collection of products. I had so much fun creating with these items and have several cards to post in the next few weeks! The DIES for this bundle are the BOMB and the DSP “Fitting Florets” is a very close second! This entire collection of products will be available for customers to purchase starting November 1st. The “Framed Florets” bundle is a “Sneak Peak” product in the upcoming January-June 2023 Mini Catalog. The Framed & Festive Stamp set, DSP and Gold Adhesive Backed Swirls are only available for a limited time, while supplies last. Don’t wait to order these great products, get them before they are gone!
For this card, I had viewed a similar color scheme and layering of the oval dies from the “Framed Florets Dies” on Claire Daly’s website, a demo in Australia. This was a good starting point for this card, I just changed a few details to make it my own. I used a piece of the DSP with Blushing Bride and White along with Crumb Cake card stock and ink for the colors. The Blushing Bride “Oval Die” was attached with “Mini Glue Dots”. I painted the die cut “heart” from the “Celebrate With Tags”dies with the “Wink of Stella Glitter Brush” . Gives this heart quite the “shimmer”. A double bow with “Baker’s Twine” and three of the “Iridescent Rhinestone Basic Jewels” completed this super simple and stunning card!
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