November 09, 2016

Stitched Shapes Framelits - Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop

Hello friends!  So happy you're joining us for a special blog hop tonight - we are introducing a brand new product from Stampin' Up!  Stitched Shapes Framelits are here - there's no need to wait until the new catalog is released in June to get your hands on these!  Mine arrived on my door step a few weeks ago, and the are amazing - I haven't used a "regular"circle, square, or oval since. 

These beautiful dies come in four sizes each of three shapes - circles, ovals, and squares - and feature delicate stitching perforations around the edges.  Better yet, they coordinate perfectly with our Layering Circles Framelit Dies.


The beautiful stitches add the perfect delicate touch to simple shapes.  And aren't they gorgeous with a peek of a scalloped edge popping out?  Just the right size!

They take clean-and-simple to a new level with that extra bit of detail.  So lovely.  Squares can be extended, too, so there's a "bonus" shape of a rectangle!


Pretty cool, right?  And making rectangles - or extending the size of any framelit, for that matter - is really quite easy!  Check out this quick video.


Pretty cool, right?  It's a fun little trick that comes in handy quite often!



Better yet?  Coordinating christmas stamp sets are on sale for 25% off this month - pair them together and start your holiday crafting this month!  All coordinating stamp sets are linked below in my Online Stampin' Up! Canadian Store.  I chose Christmas Pines and Oh, What Fun for the creations featured here today.

Let's stop by and see what Steffi whipped up with these beautiful Stitched Shapes Framelits - and for my Canadian friends, shopping links are below! 


Have a fantastic day!  

Cheers,
Shannon

3 comments:

  1. Love your projects--and so glad you included the video on making rectangles! It was very easy to follow what you were dong.

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