Stampin’ Pretty Pals Guest Stamper: Linda F.

"Delicious" perfectly sums up this charming card created by Linda Fisher, a member of my Stampin' Pretty Pals (my 2nd level downline) and lucky member of Carla Bazhenow's (Carla's Scraps) direct downline.

So tell me . . . did you put away the Stampin' Up! Scalloped Heart of Hearts Embosslits Die (117332) after Valentine's Day?  Linda shares how to get new mileage out of the die in the form of a succulent summer strawberry!  Yum!

Linda has many more adorable ideas, samples and helpful tips on her blog, Linda's Stampin' Loft

Here's a quick list of the Stampin' Up! punches she used:

Heart of Hearts Embosslits Die – strawberry                           

Boho Blossom – the two smallest flowers for the strawberry blossoms                           

5 Petal Punch – strawberry top                           

Two Step Bird – leaves of the strawberry blossoms                            

Circle Punch – for the stem                            

Subtle Brad – blossom center

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  1. I had to make this card even without the heart embosslit die! I used my Perfect Polka Dot embossing folder, the full heart punch, and a Fluettes II for the flower. Almost as cute. Thanks again.

  2. Love it. Reminds me of my childhood and the months of May.

  3. Mary, I just wanted to pass on the Stylish Blogger Award to you. I really enjoy your blog. You can find out more about the award on my post dated 4/4/11 @

  4. Looks ready to eat. Very clever idea Linda.

  5. Jennifer Reynard

    Wow, how clever is that!! Brilliant!

  6. The strawberry is so cute and creative. Definitely have to make some too. tfs

  7. How adorable! Love to find new uses for punches and dies. Thanks so much for sharing. I will be sure to check out Linda’s blog and watch for you to feature her ideas again :o)

  8. Carla Bazhenow

    Wow, I love that card!!! I’m gonna have to make it too. Linda sure has what it takes!!! Thanks Mary! Hugs,

  9. Love the strawberry! And I would love to use my heart embosslit die, if I could find it! I used it for Valentine’s Day and I “put it away.” Too well, evidently. Thanks for such a clever idea.

  10. I didn’t get the heart embosslit die for Valentines day, but really wanted it, didn’t think I’d use it enough! Well there’s always the next order. This is adorable!

  11. This card is so cute -I love when strawberry season comes to PA , june is the month we go strawberry picking and make freezer jam! this card would be great as a start for a scrapbook page -thanks for sharing your creativity.

  12. This is darling! I am going to check out Lindas blog and then run into my craft room and whip up a card like hers. Thanks for sharing!

  13. What a cute card this is! I just love what you did with the heart!!! This will be the perfect card for my sister’s birthday in June! TFS!!!

  14. How cute is that?and what a great Spring card. Love it!

  15. super cute!!

  16. I love it when clever stampers find versatile options for punches! Way to go, Linda! Very precious… in my “copy” stack for sure.

  17. That’s the cutest strawberry I’ve ever seen!!! Thank you so much for sharing. I can’t wait to go make this – right now! 🙂

  18. this is darling! beautiful job, linda!

  19. Mary, thanks for featuring Linda! I wish I could think of these things! My mom would love a card like this! I’ll check out Linda’s blog!

  20. Love the idea, thanks for sharing this!

  21. What a beautiful, simple card. Love the texture of the strawberry. So clean and fresh!

  22. Yummy—you’re making me hungry; thank for sporting your downlines; I think it’s so great you shine a light on these gals thru your blog!

  23. Can’t wait for strawberry season here! This is so clever and cute! You rock Linda!

  24. How cute is this! Adorable, Linda!

  25. Delicious is right! Very nice Linda!

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