Gotta Have It All: Fussy Cut Flower Card

When is paper not just paper? How about when the images double as an embellishment? That’s how this gorgeous new Share What You Love paper works – both as the background and the decoration for this simple card. Just add some extra tidbits from the Share What You Love Embellishment Kit and voila!

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Stamps in the Mail Club May 2018: When is paper not just paper? When it's an embellishment, too! Sneak peek of the new Share What You Love paper from Stampin Up

The supplies for this card are all ‘sneak peek’ items available only as part of one of the three Share What You Love kits available in May. However, the pieces of these kits are only of a few of the fun things from the new catalog that we’ve seen as demonstrators.

One of my favorite perks of being a demonstrator is the early access we have to new products. Want to get your hands on some of the new items – and at a discount? This is the perfect time to join my stamping family! You can learn more about the Demonstrator Starter Kit on my website.

 

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2 thoughts on “Gotta Have It All: Fussy Cut Flower Card”

  1. This DSP lends itself for fussy cutting and I love the pearlescent colour over the flowers too. I am not normally a green lover but this DSP is very soothing and it has a variety of different floral images on it which I think makes it more interesting. Thank you for sharing your project with us crafters. :O)

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    • I hear you!! I struggle with greens (I heard once that they can induce nausea – ha!) but this paper is so pretty and the blues make it all work. Happy Stamping! – Meg

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