Stampin’ Up! Radiating Stitches Dies with Fancy Flora 6×6 DSP and More

I made this card a bit ago and forgot to post it… do you know how this happens? At any rate… a friend asked for a card (or two) to be used as a sympathy card. I also needed a card of congratulations for a man and since I was on a roll – why not do both with the same dies just different Designer Series Paper? I’m pleased with how they both turned out – hope you like as well.

Stampin' Up! Radiating Stitches Dies with Fancy Flora DSP

I used a piece of the Fancy Flora 6×6 DSP and layered the dies next to one another ran it through the die cutting machine. This created three die pieces to use. With the largest panel, I added dimensionals to the back and attached it to a Soft Succulent card base. The center piece is also on dimensionals and centered in the opening. I used Evening Evergreen ink to stamp on a Basic White strip then die cut with a banner die from the Sending Smiles Stamp set. This was attached with liquid glue directly to the center panel with dimensionals on the ends. For an additional touch three Loose Frosted Dots were attached with tiny dabs of liquid glue.

Stampin' Up! Radiating Stitches Dies, inside card

For the inside I added the remaining die cut piece to a panel of Basic White, also run through the Radiating Stitches Dies. It created a wonderful outline! Can you see the heart? That is also from the Radiating stitches Dies set – and die cut from a scrap of Fancy Flora 6×6 DSP.

Stampin' Up! Fancy Flora 6x6 DSP with Radiating Dies

For the envelope I added more Fancy Flora 6×6 DSP to the flap & trimmed to fit. I stamped the front of the envelope with stamps from the Sending Smiles Stamp set in Evening Evergreen ink.

Here’s the congratulations card…

Stampin' Up! Congratulations Card
Stampin' Up! Congratulations Card inside

This uses Dry Brushed Metallic Specialty DSP, Copper Embossing Powder, Something Fancy stamp set and Adhesive-Backed Dots in Copper. Note: all but the embossing powder are also retiring and are part of the LAST CHANCE PRODUCTS.

The Fancy Flora 6×6 DSP, Soft Succulent& Evening Evergreen items are also going away as of May 1 – so make a quick click to shop… order from me here and be sure to use my HOST CODE CXR49K4W

When you place an order of $50 or more (before shipping & taxes), you receive from me a SU! item valued up to $10 + Star-Studded Rewards. If your order exceeds $150, do not use my HOST CODE as SU! has it’s own rewards from which you may choose. You will still receive that FREE ITEM from me up to $10 + the Star-Studded Rewards. Host Code CXR49K4W

Make sure that you can see my name on the final checkout page listed as your Demonstrator when you order so that you know that you’re ordering with me and you’ll get my rewards!

Stampin' Up! Last Chance Products

This Last Chance Products promotion includes two lists of Last Chance Products that will no longer be available once the catalog retires. There will be one for each catalog retiring. For these retiring catalogs, there will not be a Carryover List. You can find carryover products in the upcoming Annual Catalog.

Click here for the PDF of the 2022-2023 Annual Catalog products on sale

Click here for the PDF of the January to April LAST CHANCE PRODUCTS

REMEMBER… this sale is Apr 4 – May 1 and is while supplies last. My first recommendation is to order ASAP as products run out quickly.

  • All products are available while supplies last, and there are no purchase limits.
  • Discounted items can be added to a Starter Kit and redeemed as a 50% off item or with Stampin’ Rewards.
  • Only orders opened and closed during the promotion period apply.
  • Stamp Sets are not guaranteed during this promotion and are while supplies last.
  • Our color collection is getting a fresh look with new and returning colors! We’re excited to welcome these colors, but it also means saying goodbye to others. There’s no better time to purchase the outgoing color products than during Last Chance!

4 responses to “Stampin’ Up! Radiating Stitches Dies with Fancy Flora 6×6 DSP and More”

  1. Such a great layout! Perfect for any type of card, so easy to change the sentiment and paper! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Yep! Great layout for just about anything! Thanks Amy…


  2. Pretty card – and yes…I DO know how that happens!! LOL!!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks Mary… yes.. make it but don’t post… aaargh! 🥴


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