Make your handmade cards pop with the Pretty Pop-Ups Dies by Stampin’ Up! The dies include beautifully intricate butterflies, flowers, and greenery designs in circle, oval, and rectangle shapes.
I just love the unique intricate designs and shapes of these dies. They allow you to use them as a centerpiece of your handmade projects or as a subtle texture or layer when not popped up. You’ll need a die-cut machine for these dies to work. I recommend our Cut & Emboss Machine for perfect cutting every time. Get your set of dies now and create beautifully detailed cards!
I also used the Amazing Phrasing Sale-A-Bration stamp set on this card. This stamp set is only in July and August, 2022. Place a qualifying $100 order and you can get this set for free! 🎉
And don’t miss the Orchid Oasis Metallic Ribbon and Matte Dots that add just the right touch on this card. The Metallic Ribbon was cut 3″ and then “frayed” at both ends to create that full sparkly effect, while the Orchid Oasis matte dots were placed randomly to highlight the butterflies and dragonflies! That’s one of the things I love the most about Stampin’ Up! products – they color coordination! No more searching to find items that match – we do all the work for you! I just love how quickly this beautiful card came together!
- Orchid Oasis: 5-1/4″ x 8-1/2″, scored at 4-1/4″
- Basic White: 4″ x 5-1/4″ (2)
- Basic White: 1/2″ x 2-1/2″
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