All Things Fabulous

For many years when I started stamping, I was a bit obsessed with florals and couldn’t get enough. Then, like all crafters, I started playing with different types of images and finding fun and growth as a crafter in all of them. When I was looking through my stamps the other day, I realized that I didn’t have many florals anymore and I didn’t have any that allowed for layering. Time to remedy that with this gorgeous floral set from Stampin’ UP!

Stampin' Up! All Things Fabulous

The floral images are made up of 3 different photopolymer stamps. They’re easy to line up and if you use a stamp positioning tool, it makes it faster to make duplicates. Dies are available for these images if you are not a fan of fussy cutting. (I just fussy cut.) To help place the leaves and flowers, I used a trick shared by Jennifer McGuire in a helpful video. She recommends using PressNSeal (cling wrap).

Begin by playing around with your images until they are laid out the way you want to use them. Lay the PressNSeal over the images and gently press down, ensuring that all of the pieces are sticking to the pieces. Then flip the whole thing over and add the adhesive of your choice. I went with Dimensionals here since I wanted a bit of dimension.

Then just flip the wrap back over and secure your images in place. I added a gems for extra embellishment and a heat embossed sentiment for a greeting.

Stampin' Up! All Things Fabulous

Thank you for visiting today! If you’re looking for more inspiration, check out the Just Add Ink blog. I posted my card as part of their “F” challenge and you can play, too. (F for floral and fabulous 😃) BLOG LINK

 

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8 comments

  1. Such a gorgeous floral spray – so soft, pretty and elegant! Thanks for sharing with us at Just Add Ink this week – please could you include a link back to our challenge in you post. xx

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