Framed Florets in Rich Razzleberry

Today’s cards feature Framed Florets in Rich Razzleberry, Petal Park stamped flowers, embossing folders and lovely Rich Razzleberry elements sprinkled around each of the cards!

Rich Razzleberry was one of the first Stampin’ Up! colours I fell in love with when I first started using Stampin’ Up! products. Check some of these early posts using Rich Razzleberry. It is so versatile!

Speaking of colour, you’ll find 10+ simple and creative card ideas using Rich Razzleberry. Certainly everything you need to inspire your next crafting session!

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Welcome to the Art With Heart Rich Razzleberry Colour Creation Blog Hop. We are thrilled to have you join us today. Our hop features some of your favorite Art With Heart Team Members sharing projects made with Stampin’ Up! products. In fact, you may have just come from fellow creative Tina Gillespie’s blog.

I am joining in with the Art With Heart Team’s Colour Creations Blog Hop with these Framed Floret in Rich Razzleberry cards.

The Rich Razzleberry colour from Stampin’ Ups!® Regal colour family is our focus and I have created four cards to inspire you.

How gorgeous are those flowers from the Petal Park stamp set?

What You Need

  • Stamps/Bundles: Framed Florets bundle, Petal Park bundle, Covered in Sunshine
  • Inks: Rich Razzleberry, Granny Apple Green, Balmy Blue
  • Paper: Basic White, Rich Razzleberry
  • Other: White twine, Stampin’ Write Markers, Cane Weave 3D embossing folder, Timber embossing folder, Bough punch, Multi-purpose liquid glue, Stampin’ dimensionals, bling

Framed Florets in Rich Razzleberry Cards

Here are my cards:

I started with wanting to use that gorgeous sentiment from the Covered In Sunshine stamp set. When I visualised how I wanted it to look on a card I kept thinking of the heart frame in the Framed Florets dies. I also wanted the stamp set to pop out of the frame, so using Stampin’ Write Markers I coloured the words with Granny Apple Green, Balmy Blue and Rich Razzleberry.

After stamping the Covered in Sunshine stamp I adhered the die cut Rich Razzleberry onto the card front, which had been stamped with the leaf image in Rich Razzleberry. A bit of tone-on-tone effect there. Using Petal Park I stamped the outline flowers in Rich Razzleberry and Balmy Blue. I then stamped the flower petals in the same colours.

Using Granny Apple Green I stamped the leaf image from Framed Florets and coloured with a Granny Apple Green pencil, before die cutting. Finally I punched the bough in Granny Apple Green card stock.

I then arranged the flowers and leaves and adhered when I was happy with the layout. Milky dots complete the centre of the flowers.

Card 2

After die cutting the heart image in Rich Razzleberry I was left with an oval and an oval frame. I decided that the oval frame would look great front and centre on a card with a sentiment inside the frame.


More leaves and flowers were arranged around the frame.

It was then that I thought…”It’s missing something”. Enter the Timber embossing folder. So, yes! I ran the entire layer, frame and flowers, through the Stampin’ Cut and Emboss Machine. And…

I love it!

I completed the card with some more milky dots and adhered the embossed layer to a Rich Razzleberry card base.

Card 3

The final oval was stamped with a sentiment in versamark and then heat embossed in Basic Black. A Basic White layer was embossed with the Cane Weave embossing folder. The oval was adhered to the centre of the layer and leaves and flowers were arranged around the base of the oval.

Card 4

There were some leaves and flowers left over and thought they would look adorable as a wreath. I love wreath cards, but I never make them often enough! I embossed another Basic White layer with the Cane Weave embossing folder. Arranged the leaves and flowers and finished of the card with a stamped label from Quiet Meadow, some twine and, of course, milky dots.

Thank you for stopping by today. I am excited to explore ways you can save time and organise your card making supplies so that busy card makers like you can make more cards, more often. To sum up, that’s what it means to be ‘eager to stamp’!

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Similarly the very talented Rachel Woolard has been busy making the next creative idea with Real Red for the Blog Hop. In short, click on the link below to check it out.

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Moreover, if the next button link is not working or you’d like to see the entire list of participants go to Cathy Proctor’s blog.

4 comments on “Framed Florets in Rich Razzleberry

  1. A beautiful set of cards Amie. I love your combination of the Framed Florets and Petal Park bundles. The Petal Park flowers are gorgeous in Rich Razzleberry and Balmy Blue. I really love the way you coloured the Covered in Sunshine sentiment and then framed it within the Framed Florets heart frame. xxx

  2. Oh my goodness, Amie, these cards are GORGEOUS! I think the first card is my favourite, with the tone-on-tone stamping, and use of that adorable heart frame and multi-coloured happy sentiment. However, all four cards are really beautiful, and show off colour and the lovely product bundle to perfection.

  3. What great cards, Amie. I love the white space on all three cards, and then the gorgeous pop of Rich Razzleberry and the multicoloured sentiment is amazing. I love how you embossed the entire card front on card 3 as an afterthought and it paid off!

  4. You’ve definitely made good use of the different pieces to create 4 wonderful cards. I love the flowers stamped in Rich Razzleberry and really enjoyed seeing how you moved from one card to the next. Maybe the first card is slightly more my favourite because of the sentiment and the leaves stamped on the RR.

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