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Video Tutorial: How to stamp the Climbing Orchids from Stampin' Up!


Please enjoy these card making tips and ideas in my free stamping video tutorial featuring the Stampin' Up! Climbing Orchid stamp set and Orchid Builder framelit set (save 10% -available in a bundle!).


Climbing Orchid stamp set and Orchid Builder bundle card ideas featuring Stampin Up! paper, stamps and ink.  By Patty Bennett


Above: Climbing Orchid top-fold card with embossing paste background and die cut branch from the Seasonal Layers framelit set!  (see this video for more info on embossing paste backgrounds). Colors: Lemon Lime Twist & Berry Burst.

Below:  Climbing Orchid card with Layered Leaves embossing folder background, and Everyday Jars die cut. Colors: Fresh Fig, Lemon Lime Twist and Berry Burst.  Greeting from the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set, stamped in Berry Burst on die cut Stitched Shaped Framelit Whisper White circle.

See the VIDEO BELOW this photo for all the details to create these dimensional, layered orchid cards!


Climbing Orchid stamp set and Orchid Builder bundle card ideas featuring Stampin Up! paper, stamps and ink.  By Patty Bennett


Please enjoy my FREE Video tutorial below!!



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Die Cutting Orchid Builder framelits with the Magnetic Platform and Big Shot from Stampin Up!


The Magnetic Platform makes die cutting the images so easy with the Big Shot!  Watch the video above for tips on die cutting and curling each flower petal with your Bone Folder.  I also colored the petals with my Clear Wink of Stella glitter brush. Watch the video above to see how, and click on any of the product photos at the bottom of this blog post to shop in my online Stampin' Up! store!


Die Cut pieces to assemble the climbing orchid flowers from Stampin' Up!.  Curl each petal with a bone folder and color with clear wink of stella!


Below: I used the same techniques described in the video above to create this note card. I sprayed each petal with a quick spritz of water from a Stampin' Spritzer to help the ink bleed just a little.


  Climbing Orchid stamp set and Orchid Builder bundle card ideas featuring Stampin Up! paper, stamps and ink.  By Patty Bennett


 If you enjoyed this free video tutorial and the cards, I'd love to receive a comment from you or a thumbs up on the video on YouTube.  If you'd like to Shop for any of these Stampin' Up! supplies in my online Stampin' Up! store  just click on any of the product photos below:



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Janet Skiff

Hello Patty,

I LOVED your tutorial regarding the Climbing Orchids bundle. When I originally saw this offering I wasn't sure it was for me. However, I am sold on the set will definitely be purchasing it. You also gave so many tips, from layering for dimension to new ways to use Wink of Stella. I always learn so much from you!!

Thank you for your videos and inspiration.



Beautiful card, Patty. Great video as well. Enjoy your week.

Cherie Gibson

Wow! Your cards are so lovely! I'm so glad you did this video! I did buy the set but felt intimidated to start using it! I will now! Thanks so very much!

Mary Ann Ely

Good morning Patty,,,, I looked at this set when the new catalog came out, but I thought SOOOOOO many pieces. Thanks so much for the video on how to use them...... i love your cards......Have a great day

June Lihrman

OMG Patty, this card is gorgeous. I raise Orchids (have 18 now) I know I am nuts but they are so beautiful, just like your roses which I also love. I wasn't going to get this set, but I just might change my mind and you will be the first to know. This video was so helpful too, Thanks so much.

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