Are there stamp sets you shy away from? For me, it is the collagey type sets. Don't get me wrong I love them and usually end up buying them, it is just that I do not feel comfortable creating with them. This is how I felt about the Positive Thoughts stamp set. Loved the images and the sentiments but I wasn't sure if I could put them all together. Enter the Coordination Product Release. Once I saw that there were coordinating dies (Nature's Thoughts dies) for the set, I could no longer resist. Honestly, once I saw the die for the fern I was sold.
I made this card for the Create with Connie & Mary Challenge #CCMC599. Love this color combination! The center flower is inked in Flirty Flamingo ink and then gently sponged around the edges with Real Red ink.
Because I was so focused on the fern die I sort of overlooked what else was in the set. There are dies that cut out the feather, butterfly, flower, and fern images. In addition there is an awesome frame, small butterfly, border, 2 more foliage (1 small, 1 large), a larger feather that has embossed details, and 1 other die that maybe is for the center of the flower.
Here's a peek of the inside of the card and the border die. It is a perfect border for Valentine cards, can you see the OXO?
The only other die I used was the Stitched Rectangle die. It is slight too short and doesn't make a perfect layer but the flowers and foliage hide the gap . Love the detail around the Basic Gray frame! This die is going to be used a lot!
I had an extra flower so it was also added to the inside of the card.
Love the products in the Coordination Product Release! I have spent some time using the Birthday Dies that coordinate with the Sale-A-Bration set, Happy Birthday to You. You can see samples here and here. You will be seeing more samples using the Coordination Product Release soon. What is your favorite from the Coordination Product Release?
Thanks so much for stopping by today! All of the products I used on this card are listed below. You can click on any of the photos to go directly to my Stampin’ Up!® online store.
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