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Clean + Simple Card: Bloom Where You're Planted Suite featuring Plentiful Plants from Stampin' Up!

Today I'm sharing a couple of cards I made using the lovely products in the Bloom Where You're Planted suite from Stampin' Up! These products can be found in the 2021-22 Annual Stampin' Up! Catalog on pages 80-81. You can watch the video where I share how I put the card together by visiting HERE.



The first thing to note, is that these products are very close to going un-orderable in the Stampin' Up! inventory system. I can't promise if they sell out, that Stampin' Up! would have time to restock before this current Annual Catalog expires, due to the supply chain issues we're experiencing all over the world right now. That said, if you love these products, get them while the gettin' is good!! Pick up the whole collection for $65 and you'll earn yourself a Sale-A-Bration freebie too! The collection includes the stamp and die bundle, a pack of the 12x12 designer series paper and a package of the lattice panel embellishments. Of course, the bundle, DSP and the stamp set are also all sold separately, if you prefer.


SHOP: Bloom Where You're Planted suite - $65


There are so many different combinations of plants and containers you can put together using the products in this collection. The Designer Series Paper is amazing with several sheets that coordinate with the die set to cut plants and pots right out of the paper itself, no stamping needed! The stamping and die cutting you can experience through the bundle offers almost unlimited options.


One of my favorite attributes of this suite is the theme of plants. The plants are a perfect card embellishment for so many occasions, from housewarming, to new job, retirement, birthday and even sympathy. This collection offers lots of options for a broad range of card themes adding an incredible value to your stamp image inventory.


I had a lot of fun playing with this suite, mixing and matching plants and pots. There is a TON of inspiration on Pinterest, so you can get some great card ideas to get you started there. I hope this is one set of product you'll consider adding to your stash before it's gone forever.





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