Retiring: Botanical Blooms

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I’d like to share a very popular pair that will also be retiring! The Botanical Blooms stamp set and Botanical Builder Framelits Dies. This was a fun one and you can create the most amazing cards and gifts.

Just look at the variety here …

This is a card that we did in our Technique group in which they learned the “Frosted Impressions” Technique.  It’s quite easy really … We ran a “Window Sheet” through the BigShot with an embossing folder and then we used a sanding block to create the “frosted” look.

These die cut flowers are so pretty and just a touch of sponging in the center gives you a multi-colored bloom … just like the real ones!


This was very easy to make with the dies and designer paper.  That paper is no longer available, it retired last year.  So if you have a favorite this year … get it now, they all retire!!

I love this simple yet elegant card and so easy to create. This one I doubled the flowers so you had the lighter one peeking through.

Not sure where I found this grouping … I may have pulled it off Pinterest or the Stampin’ Up! blog but again it shows how quick and easy it is to create with this pair: The Botanical Blooms stamp set and Botanical Builder Framelits Dies.

Let me know if you have any questions on the cards shown today. If you love these pretty blooms, you won’t want to miss out.  You can click on the links below for more information, or to begin shopping.

Thank you for visiting my blog today ~

Hope your day is as beautiful as a tropical flower!


Here are the products I used to make my projects shown today. You can purchase these and other Stampin’ Up! products at my online store by clicking on the links below each products. Below you will find links to all the RETIRING PRODUCTS … just click on the picture.



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