These little beauties are just too much fun! It’s amazing how card stock turns into flowers so quickly!
It all starts with the Succulent Framelit Dies. You die cut the flower pieces and start sponging the edges…by the time you layer the pieces on top of each other you have a gorgeous little succulent!
Do you believe this one started with Pool Party card stock? Soft Suede and Rich Razzleberry ink morph it into something very real looking! (You can see some of the Rich Razzleberry ink on my fingers!!)
They turned out so pretty that I had to make an arrangement! I had a little tiny pail I’d been saving for I don’t know what, and I stuffed it with some moss and just set the succulents on top! To make it permanent, I think I might stick the flowers to the moss with a hot glue gun…but that’s for another day.
You’ve got to try these! I was a bit hesitant at first, but they go together super-fast, so give them a try! And, right now you can get a special gift for your qualifying order. Go for it 🙂
Oh, I almost forgot, during the month of March I’m giving away a little something extra, so be sure to take advantage of that too! It’s a great time to get some Stampin’ Up!
Thanks for stopping by today!
All Products Stampin’ Up!
Paper: Pool Party, Old Olive, and Mint Macaron card stock
Ink: Old Olive, Soft Suede, Rich Razzleberry
Tools: Succulent Framelits Dies, Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine,
Sponge Daubers, Bone Folder