How was your Mother’s Day? Did you give or get something special? Do something special? It’s a big day for flowers so we designed some lattice flowers.

Well, the flowers aren’t lattice. They hang on lattice. And here is how we hung them.

Lattice Flowers
Lattice Flowers

You like? We like!

I like that it’s positive. I like that it has a lot of texture.

The stamps aren’t meant to perfectly match up when you’re doing that 2 step stamping thing that you humans like to do. So Ann took the Fresh Freesia Stampin’ Blends and worked some magic. Then she used the Old Olive Stampin’ Blends to color the stems.


That Fine Art Ribbon won’t be available much longer. It has so much texture that it frays a bit, but that’s part of the reason that we like it so much.

You can see it a little bit in this close up.

Lattice Flowers
Lattice Flowers

So even though Ann stamped the lower flower in Rich Razzleberry (like she used for the greeting), she filled in with Fresh Freesia. Even though they’re Blending Pens, they don’t blend with the ink from the ink pad.

Stampin’ Blends are alcohol based. The ink pads are water based. They’re not supposed to blend together.

Works for me!

We wanted to show you the Paper Lattice because we didn’t want you to miss it. It’s on the first page of embellishments in the new catalog, page 141. 10 of them come in a pack. They’re fragile, but not as fragile as the foil die cuts.

I think one of those cool Bumblebee Trinkets on the same page would look pretty cool on this too. Just one.

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