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The 12 Projects of Christmas 2022: Project #5

Today is the day! The Fitting Florets Collection is now available to everyone! The products in this collection are just beautiful.

The Collection includes these items,but note the information for each below...

  • Framed Florets Bundle - 10% off (will be available in the January-June 2023 Mini Catalog)

  • Framed & Festive Cling Stamp Set (only available for a limited time and while supplies last)

  • Fitting Florets 12" x 12" (30.5 x 30.5 cm) Designer Series Paper (only available for a limited time and while supplies last)

  • Gold Adhesive-Backed Swirls (only available for a limited time and while supplies last)

To help you get a jump start on using these products, I have scheduled a Buy & Try class for these products - with three different product options. Please visit my Buy & Try page to read all the details.

I have already made a few beautiful cards using these products, and I'm featuring one in this 5th in The 12 Projects of Christmas 2022. Since the Framed & Festive stamp set and Fitting Florets Designer Series Paper is available for a limited time, I decided to use those items for this card, along with the gorgeous bundle that will be available in the new Mini Catalog in January.

The layout is courtesy of my friend, Tracy Filter (thanks, Tracy!). When I was desperate for a layout idea for this next card, she shared a layout similar to this, and the ideas started flowing. I love using this designer Series Paper for a Christmas project! So pretty. This particular piece of it could even have red berries with some quick coloring with Stampin' Blends, but I opted to leave it to let the Christmasy flowers have their moment. :)

Paper cutting instructions

Thick Basic White cardstock:

-4 1/4" x 11"

Basic White cardstock:

-4" x 5 1/4" (embossed with the Pretty Flowers Embossing Folder

-Scrap for the flowers

-4 1/4" x 5 1/2" for oval

Soft Succulent cardstock:

-4 1/4" x 5 1/2" for oval

Fitting Florets Designer Series Paper:

-3" x 3" cut in half diagonally from upper right to lower left

Watch The 12 Projects of Christmas 2022: Project #5 video here:

See the supplies I used, along with links to my online store at the bottom of this post.

Merry Christmas! (It's after Halloween, so we can say that now, right?)


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