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Monday, 11 July 2016

Flourishing Thank You


The new Annual catalogue is now a month old and I have fallen in love with so many of the products, this week I am focusing on some of the dies which might have passed you by.

Flourishing Thank You Stampin' up! card

The Flourish Thinlits Dies are a real favourite of mine but I wasn't a fan of the coordinating stamp set. A few people have asked if it's "ok" to just by one of a bundle item and I always answer of course! you can find loads of great things to do with just the dies or just the stamps! 

There are a number of ways you can use the dies which is sometimes easily forgotten! By turning the Thinlit the wrong way on the card I was able to give an embossed effect, the release dots on the die give a great decoration on the flower in these dies. I also cut out a flower in the usual way to add some depth to the card.

Flourishing Thank You Stampin' up! card

I am still really in love with Mint Macaron and am using in all the time! I even think this card could be a "Christmas in July" card as the flower looks a little like a poinsettia don't you think?

Below are the items I used to create this card, if you would like to place an order for the Stampin' Up supplies, simply click any of the images below to go direct to my shop and don’t forget to use the hostess code if your order is less than £150 to receive a thank you from me!

Amy x


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