Fabulous Floral Layering - Two Takes | The Stamp Market

Hello Lovelies!
I'm up on The Stamp Market blog today, sharing a duo featuring a die I love to the moon and back - The Fabulous Floral Layering Die. Ever since I got my hands on this cutie, I've been styling it every which way...So stay tuned! For today, I've styled it two different ways..

For my first card, I've used both the outline and base to cut my florals out of Color Crush cardstock.

I then layered my florals onto my base - which was cut using the Pierced Plaid Cover die, another total fave. I love that this base can be accented with stamps, stitches, paper strips or as I've done here, a simple marker and some lines. 

To finish off my card, I added a die-cut sentiment, using the Hey die. 

For my next card, I opted for a different look with the florals, using only the outline for the petals, and the inside cut from the leaves. 
I accented each floral with a few marker flicks, and added some dots too.

For the sentiment, I added the Hi die cut, and a heat-embossed bit using the Modern Greetings set. 

What is your favorite way to use these pretty dies?
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  1. A fabulous die, used in a phenomenal way, Ivana! I can understand completely how this has become a favorite! Keep them coming, my friend!

    1. Isn't this die amazing?! Thank you so much sweets!! xo

  2. These are so wonderfully clean and layered Ivana, so PRETTY!

    1. Aw thank you, friend! I'm so glad you like them! I still struggle with CAS..But it sure is fun to play!

  3. The outline card is my favorite! I LOVE how you used the markers, but can't imagine I could do that! You're one talented, lady, my friend!

    1. Aww thank you, Greta!! Honestly, the markers were an after-thought and I was TERRIFIED I'd wreck the cards! I just did some flicks, and thankfully it worked out. Phew!


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