Thursday, April 12, 2018

OSAT Blog Hop- Pocket Full of Posies

Hey there stampers! Welcome back for another fabulous One Stamp At A Time Blog Hop!  This month our theme is Pocket Full of Posies.  

Do you recognize any of the products being used today?  If not- it's because they are all part of a gorgeous upcoming product suite that will be available for order from May 1- May 31.  This suite of products is a must have!  So beautiful ❤

The first project I'm sharing is the beautiful card below.  The card stock is a new In-Color called Grapefruit Grove.   

The background was embossed using the Lovely Floral Dynamic Textured Embossing Folder.  What about that gorgeous DSP?  That is part of the Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper. I love how the Grapefruit Grove color is just slightly lighter on the DSP!  
The Make a Difference stamp set is where you'll find all the elements to create the sentiment above.  (Yes!  Including the flower too!)

My second project is a 4" framed art piece.  Look how cute it is!

Don't you just love the sentiment?  It is the Stampin' UP! Statement of the Heart (the stamp set is actually called Statement of My Heart).  These little frames are perfect for fellow demonstrators and are very simple to create.

This is the side view fo the frame.  As you can see in the picture- I added a 2" piece of card stock topped with a coordinating piece of DSP to hold the frame up.  It's scored at a half inch and adhered to the back of the frame with Multipurpose Adhesive.

What do you think?  Are you loving the new product suite?  I have only used a few of the products but I am in LOVE.  So gorgeous! Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to continue along the hop by clicking the link below!


  1. Beautiful card and frame! I do like how they turned out!

  2. I love the frame! Definitely going to CASE! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Love the frame!! Would you share directions or a tutorial?? This would be great downline or new recruit gifts.

  4. Super Cute!! Trying to figure out if this is an actual frame you covered in paper and made a cardstock/dsp easel backing for it or did you make the frame from 4x4 chipboard? Inquiring minds want to know! Thanks!