Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop - Flourishing Phrases

Hello!  Welcome to the Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop...featuring our Flourishing Phrases stamp set and Flourish Thinlits.


Aren't they GORGEOUS?  And...if you're looking for a stamp set that's a powerhouse of versatility...look no further.  Flourishing Phrases has sentiments for every occasion...and the Flourish Thinlits' detailed, delicate floral die cuts are a stunning addition to any project!  Oh...there's a Bundle and save 10%  option when you purchase these coordinated products together!

So...I've been wanting to make a note card set...something to have on hand for every day....and I knew the  Flourishing Thoughts stamp set and Flourish Thinlits would be perfect for my project.  I also wanted to create Mini Treat Bags using the 2015-2017 In Color Envelope Paper as fun, unique envelopes.  Everything came together so quickly...and here they are...something extraordinary for every day!

Now...I've mentioned the versatility of our featured stamp set...Flourishing Phrases...but I also have to say that the coordinating 2015-2017 In Color products make projects like this so EASY!  In no time I was able to die cut the treat bag envelopes and the detailed in each color..and then grab the 2015-2017 In Color Doilies...and a bit of cardstock...also one in each color.  Some sweet finishing touches in vellum and gold...and a lovely focal element was born!  I wrapped my envelope with Linen Thread and added the gold embossed hello sentiment...and it's the sweet, perfect little note. 

It really is the little things...isn't it?

Thank much for joining us!  If you're hopping in order you've just come from the talented Steffi, and I know you won't want to miss what Susan has for you next!  It's sure to be fabulous!

As always...


  1. Great use of that envelope paper Sue. Love the doilies with the vellum... Beautiful!!

  2. I love these, Sue! That little embossed tag is the sweetest finishing touch.

  3. I totally need to drag this die out! Thanks for the reminder! Awesome project.