Yup, it's me, STILL playing with the Flourish thinlets for the Big Shot. It's been a long time since I was this enamored of a single product from the thousands carried by Stampin' Up! I think that means YOU need this in your craft stash as well, don't you?
But whether you have these specific products yet or not, enjoy these three easy layouts and have fun making them with the stamps tools you already have on hand. And when you're ready to upgrade or infuse some fresh colors or sayings into your repertoire, please consider me your demonstrator and go-to source for the best customer service you'll find anywhere!
I love this sympathy one! And it was so simple to do it almost seems like cheating. I just grouped a couple of the die-cuts loosely together near the lower right hand of the card and put my sentiment on top. Done! wish all my projects came together that quickly!
I love the vines and flowers, naturally, but just the leaves are pretty by themselves, too. I paired three leaf die-cuts for the main image on this layout. PSST... if you are wondering how I got my die-cuts to stay down so well, I'll let you in on a little secret! I use Sizzix Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets. They are like a 12x12 sheet of sticker paper. I put it on the back of my cardstock before I run it through the Big Shot to die-cut my stuff, and it turns them into giant stickers. SO EASY! Unfortunately Stampin' Up no longer carries this product, opting for the Fine-Tip glue pen instead. But I am WAY too messy a crafter to use liquid glues like that. So if you're like me, get yourself a pack of MPAS and you'll enjoy your intricate die-cuts and Framelits even more.
There you go--real-life papercrafting tips and tricks from Song of My Heart! Have you seen any of my tutorials yet? They're FULL of little tips and techniques like that, to make your craft sessions even more fun and efficient. Click here to visit the Photo Tutorial Library and Video Tutorial Library.
These are all so beautiful, Lyssa!
Posted by: Deb | 07/01/2016 at 09:57 PM
really pretty, Lyssa! I love this set too....used it for a wedding card for my youngest son and his wife cased from one you shared back in mid June. Thanks for the inspiration! Jan
Posted by: Jan Hoyt | 07/24/2016 at 08:14 PM