SU Flower Patch

 

It’s Friday! This week went by super fast but I think summer months just fly by, don’t you? Or maybe it was all the stamping I did this week and the Stampin’ Up convention coming up next week! I did get my card done for Lisa’s Friday Mashup # 168 summer themed color challenge so I am happy.

Here’s your Mashup Challenge:
Create a project using the colors” Hello Honey, Lost Lagoon & Mossy Meadow.”
Create a project with a “Summer” theme (Beach, Picnic, Swimming, etc.)
or Mash It Up! and create a “Summer project using the colors above.”

fm168

I finally pulled out my Flower Patch Photopolymer stamp set with its coordinating framelits. I only scratched the surface with three of the stamps in this set, too. I also tried my hand at the new “thread/twine” trend I have been viewing online. It gave a little boost to my card. I am looking forward to adding some more of this design embellishment on future projects but this was my first attempt, and we all need to start somewhere! I added a teensy bit of elegance with the rustic twine by scattering some pearls on the card.

SU Flower Patch FM

SU Flower Patch FM Close UP

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Flower Patch
INK: SU Lost Lagoon, SU Mossy Meadow
PAPER: SU Lost Lagoon, SU Mossy Meadow, SU Whisper White, SU Moonlight DSP from the Smaller pack
ACCESSORIES: SU Natural Baker’s Twine, SU Pearls
TOOLS: SU Flower Patch Framelits

Here is a look at the Flower Patch Stamp Set:

Item # 134207

134207G

and the Coordinating Framelits:

Item # 133731
133731G

It is wonderful that Stampin’ Up has these two versatile items bundled together at a 15% discount in this current catalog. WooHoo for savings!

Enjoy some stamping today!

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