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Clean & Simply Groovy Stampin’ Up! Vases

Stampin up stampinup stamp it card idea framelits dies holiday catalog demonstrators blogGroovy, baby!  The vases for this retro style card were quick and easy to crop using the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Ornaments Framelits Dies.  I simply cropped the bottoms and voil?!

Dies holiday ornaments framelits stampin up stampinup card ideasSTAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • Colorful Brights Designer Buttons make trendy substitutes for flowers.
  • Flower Power!  The  Lucky Limeade flower was cropped using the Stampin’ Up! Blossom Party Originals Die.

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  • Glue Dots keep the buttons firmly in place.
  • The tiny heart from the Owl Builder Punch adds a clever touch to the sentiment.

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STAMPIN’ UP SUPPLIES:

Stamp Set:  Best Dad Ever (Wood-Mount 120399, Clear-Mount 120681)
Paper:  2011-2013 In Color Designer Series Paper Stack (122384), Pacific Point (111350), Lucky Limeade (122926), Tempting Turquoise (102067), Rich Razzleberry (115316), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Rich Razzleberry (126950)
Cool Tools:  Owl Builder Punch (tiny heart, 118074), Holiday Ornaments Framelits Dies (127816), Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439), Blossom Party Originals Die (115971)
The Perfect Touch:  Brights Designer Buttons (119747), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430), Glue Dots (103683)

33 thoughts on “Clean & Simply Groovy Stampin’ Up! Vases”

  1. I love it when you make clean, crisp and simple designs like that. Thanks for sharing. The heart on the birthday wishes and the buttons make a whole difference on the result.

  2. Enabler, Enabler, Enabler!! Thanks Mary. Love your use of this set!!! I was born in late 60’s but a lot of my friends think I should have grown up in them. Question though… do you have paper punched out and under the buttons?? It appears that you do, and I really like that!!

  3. What a great idea Mary! Making vases out of ornaments? Never would have thought of that.

  4. When I saw yesterday’s sneak peak, I thought it was a Christmas card with ornaments and I didn’t like the like the blue & green for a Christmas card. Surprise, surprise, it’s a vase, and I love the colors. TFS!

  5. Mary, I love this card! So Pretty! Could you use the ornament punch and get the same look?

  6. Doesn’t it make your heart sing when you discover something totally new from something old (not really old, but you know what I mean)? Fabulous idea, thanks for sharing.

  7. I’ve ordered the bundle already, so seeing this expression is icing on the cake. TFS

  8. I was debating about getting this bundle simply because of the price, but now I have to! I love that you saw thru the ornaments and made them into vases, you are so clever! I also love the comment about hot air balloons and the cupcake builder punch. Now this is a must have and will go on my next order. Enabler! : )

  9. OMG! You come up with some of the “best” ideas. Thanks for always thinking outside the box…or in this case…framelits 🙂

  10. DID anyone notice the possible Summer Smooches tie in ? yay Mary !
    I think a couple of them look like hot air balloons and use your cupcake punch for the clouds and the bottom of the balloon …Fun !

  11. DID anyone notice the possible Summer Smooches tie in ? yay Mary !
    I think a couple of them look like hot air balloons and use your cupcake punch for the clouds and the bottom of the balloon …Fun !

  12. DID anyone notice the possible Summer Smooches tie in ? yay Mary !
    I think a couple of them look like hot air balloons and use your cupcake punch for the clouds and the bottom of the balloon …Fun !

  13. What a great idea to use these framelits to make vases, and here I thought they were only going to be good for Christmas cards!!! Thanks for the inspiration!
    Peace, Love & Joy,
    Joyce

  14. It’s great, and what a wonderful idea for another use for the ornament dies – I just love the card. Thank you for sharing another wonderful inspiration. Dottie

  15. Hi, I love what you did with the ornaments great job has me thinking that I may put that on my wish list:) Thanks.

  16. Great idea. The soul of an artist you have. Seeing things for more than they are at first glance.

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