January 16, 2017

Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies Are Back!

Today is the day a lot of you have been waiting for. The Stampin' Up! Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies are back in stock. We sold out of them so fast when they first debuted and now's your chance to purchase them starting today!






This was a card I created back in December when the dies were still being sold. The dies sold out before I could blog about this card. Now that the dies are back in the store, I thought I would post my card. Notice the stitched square shape and the stitched shape oval? How pretty with the stitched lines:






I white-embossed the sentiment from the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set (still available) on Basic Black Cardstock and cut the shape with the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies:





The square was stamped with the Christmas Pines stamp set and I also added some branches cut with the Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies. Although some of the products I used were from the Holiday Catalog that expired, the products I used are still available! Here's the list and make sure you go right to my Online Store to purchase:





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1 comment:

  1. Great card. Those stitched shapes are sure nice for layers. I have a friend who uses some sort of stitched layer every card. I asked her how she managed to make cards before the stitched dies were invented. She's not sure.

    How come some holiday stuff is still available? I thought they were taking it down come January 4. Do they just have overstock?

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