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Fabulous Florets Rock N Roll Card

This quick and easy card was made by stamping the flower first in the lighter color in (Daffodil Delight) and then rolling the edges in a darker color (Cherry Cobbler).  You do need to clean the stamp before reinking each time.  This color combination reminds me more of fall.

Adding a thin strip of embossed polka dots is just the right touch to this simple card.

Fabulous Florets-rock and roll

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Fabulous Florets Sympathy Card

Sympathy cards are never fun to make, but it is always helpful to have a few on hand in case you need one.  Here is a simple sympathy card using Fabulous Florets and the So Sorry stamp set.  Color combination is Calypso Coral, Wild Wasabi, and Soft Suede.

Fabulous Florets-calypso suede

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Fabulous Florets Tasteful Trim Card

Want a great way to use up thin strips of card stock?  Our Tasteful Trim die for the Big Shot is perfect for that!  I am a card stock scrap hoarder, but once in a while, I get the urge to purge or at least create with little pieces of card stock.  So I go through my scrap bin and pull out my Tasteful Trim die and make a bunch of faux ribbon!

Here's a card using Fabulous Florets, Sweet Essentials, the Perfect Pennants die, and our Tasteful Trim die.  Color combination is Daffodil Delight, Tangerine Tango, Wild Wasabi, and Garden Green.  Isn't the color combination perfect for summer?

Fabulous Florets-pennant circle

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Fabulous Florets Wonderful Mother Card

A pretty card doesn't need to have tons of bling and accessories.  Simple stamping and a good color combination are the basic foundation criteria for a pretty card.  Here's a card with Melon Mambo and Old Olive and the Fabulous Florets stamp set:

Fabulous Florets-mother

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