Thursday, October 10, 2013

Star of Bethlehem

Well dear stamping friends, the sneaks are over and we're taking the lid off Flourishes' October Release! Are you ready to see all three of these sets in their full glory? Well, they are all live, right now, in the Flourishes store HERE!

Now on to our final offering, one that is a gorgeous display of botanical beauty!



SUPPLIES USED:



Named after the stars that lit the way for the birth of Jesus, this beautiful star-shaped flower embraces a meaning of purity, hope and happiness. Illustrated by Marcella Hawley, this set offers a beautiful and sweet scented way to ring in the Christmas season. This 4 by 6" set also offers four scripted sentiments perfect for your seasonal creations!

Flourishes is also unveiling something else...... just in time for Christmas!


You'll want to grab a copy for sure! This full-color 20 page catalog features dozens of sample ideas, photos of all of Flourishes Christmas stamp sets plus three fun-filled, step-by-step tutorials designed to help with your holiday gift giving! Just click HERE to see our new catalog in the Flourishes store!

While you're hopping about and seeing all the beautiful things our design team created using the Star of Bethlehem set, don't forget to try to figure out.....
Mystery Blogger Graphic

Hidden among the Design Team’s blogs today is our Mystery Blogger of the day. Comment on her blog and you could be chosen to win today’s set! The more you comment, the better your chances of winning!

Do you want to win Flourishes' October Release?

  • If you would like a chance at winning all three of our October sets…you can play in our Christmas with a Twist Challenge – we will have multiple winners there! Deadline for entries is TODAY October 11th at 5 PM EST. Check out the link for the official rules!
  • All three of our October sets can be ordered now and if you order all three, you can save a bundle with our New Release Bundle and get 10% off when you purchase all three sets together.This discount will only be available through October 18th, so you have to act fast! 
  • Every one of our new sets has a coordinating cut file to go with them! So click HERE to see the Winter Berries file, HERE for the Star of Bethlehem and HERE for the Handmade Snowflakes Silhouette Cut file! These cut files make creating so much fun!
  • And, don't forget to come back to the Flourishes Blog Saturday, October 12th for the Winner’s Circle where we’ll announce all of our winners of this weeks’ challenges!
I used the sketch at The Sweet Stop for my design.

Thank you so much for joining us! The design team had a blast showing off these new designs -- hope you did too!

Heather

34 comments:

Barbara said...

Lovely card. Love the script background and the tan embossed piece. Perfect for your floral image and that wonderful sentiment that circles it.

liszha said...

Very sweet and warm at the same time!

Karen W said...

Very pretty card, I love these flowers!

Diane said...

Very pretty, love your choice of colors and all the lovely layers!!

Lisa said...

PRETTY card Heather! Perfect coloring and i love the pops of red!!

Mary-Anne V said...

Beautiful use of the sketch and wonderful pairing of colours.

loulou said...

Beautiful card. I love the warm colour palette.

Connie MacFarlane said...

Very pretty Heather. Love the soft neutrals and the pop of red. Great new image.

Donna Phelan said...

Absolutely Stunning! Love the background and all that stitching. I REALLY must use my Janome Mini more! Gorgeous stamped and colored image, love the circle focal image! Fabulous!!!

Sue D said...

Pretty card--I like your coloring and the layout.

Mrs. GraceWorks said...

So pretty, Heather! I like all your details that work together so well... the stitching, the lacy circle, the little scallop, the bow. Great card!!

Tracy said...

What a pretty card. I love these flowers.

stampqueen said...

Great card - love all the layers and the bow.

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Heather this is lovely. I like the clean design and your stitching is awesome.

Julie Koerber said...

I wish I could sew on cards like you Heather! This is perfection and all those stitches add so much to a gorgeous image and layout! Fab job!

Maria said...

Very pretty card with the pop of red and mixed papers, Heather! Beautiful flowers and perfect stitching! Well done as always...love it!:-)

Ros Crawford said...

Wow! I love this ... the mix of papers and design really make your pretty image pop!

Theresa said...

Great card...love the design and colors.

D- said...

Oh I love the flowers inside the circular sentiment. Very pretty card. TFS.
Crafty hugs,
D~
designsbydragonfly.blogspot

Parker said...

A beautiful and subtle card with deftly sewn stitching.

Allison Cope Israels said...

Gorgeous card Heather! Love the subtle pattern in the back ground with the pop of holiday stripes! Beautiful use of the sketch too!

Janis said...

Wonderful holiday take on neutrals!!! Lovely card.
<3 J

KimCreate said...

Beautiful card! Unusual but GREAT colors!

Kris B said...

So pretty! Love the red with the neutral colors, stunning! Beautiful image, beautiful coloring. TFS

Linda R said...

Looks so pretty my friend..

Hugs~

Nana Griffin said...

Very pretty! Love the softness of the background.

Tanja said...

Gorgeous card, I like the colours and the patterns you have chosen.

Mona Pendleton said...

So pretty Heather! Those little blossoms look gorgeous!

Silke Ledlow said...

Beautiful card and take on the Sketch Heather! ~S~

Davi said...

Beautiful Heather! I love the natural background with the pretty Star of Bethlehem. The embossed strip adds a perfect texture with it ;)

Lynnda said...

Gorgeous PP matched beautiful!.... Love this card!... hugs...x

Makiko Jones said...

This is beautiful, Heather!! Love the color combo and papers you used. The image just pops from the card!

Cheryl said...

Oh, this is pretty, Heather! I love the kraft and yellow, but the pops of red totally MAKE this card!

Leslie Miller said...

Beautiful! There you go with that fabulous embossing again, too. Love that bit of striped designer paper you used with the little bow. Very nice with the non-traditional colors, the sketch, and your stitching.

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