Everybunny and How to create tiny flower clusters

In class today, we are playing around with a coloring technique and also using our new Ovals Collection Framelits. This adorable image from Everybunny is the perfect fit for our project.

The stamped image contains tiny flowers in the lower left corner. We created tiny flowers of our own to add some dimension to the card. It's an easy process and they really are a sweet touch, aren't they?

To create the little flower clusters:

  1. Punch small flowers using Itty Bitty Punch Pack
  2. Place flower on a Stampin' Pierce Mat (shown below)
  3. Using a Stylus, press into the center of the flower. This will cause the edges to curl up.
  4. Decorate the center of the flower with a Pearl or Rhinestone
  5. Adhere to your card with a tiny dot of Tombow Multipurpose Adhesive.

Sketch: CPS 261

Product Supply details:
Stamps: Everybunny
Colors: Pink Pirouette, Marina Mist, Very Vanilla, Daffodil Delight
Tools: Big Shot, Ovals Framelits (NEW #129381), Itty Bitty Punch Pack, Stylus, Stampin' Pierce Mat, Polka dots folder
Embellishments: Jewels Basic Pearls
Links: Shop Stampin' Up! 24/7

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Although I used it to create the flowers, this mat is intended to protect work surfaces as you paper-pierce. It will also help you to get even pressure and ink coverage with detailed or background stamps. Measures 6 1/2" x 9 1/2". To order your Stampin' Pierce Mat, please click here to be directed to my store. Thanks!


  1. I just came home to this stamp set waiting for me - I can't wait to play with it, and this card is GORGEOUS!

  2. What a sweet card! I love your coloring, and those flowers are great!

  3. Those flowers are a sweet touch on a sweet card. It's adorable, Adriana, and the coloring is gorgeous.

  4. I ♥ your flowing little flowers!!! I use the same technique, which is quite effective, and addictive :)

  5. So adorable. Love all those little flowers. Thanks for the tip about making them "curly". That is a lot easier than how I have been doing it. :)


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