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Stampin' Up! Oh So Succulent Waterfall!

Hey there! The Waterfall fold was one of the first I learned when I first became a Stampin' Up! demonstrator!

I created my waterfall card with the Oh So Succulent Bundle and Succulent Garden Designer Paper:


I took my colors from the Succulent Garden paper: Tip Top Taupe, Mint Macaron, Sweet Sugarplum, and Whisper White. I added Rich Razzleberry for color pop!


I used the omitting technique with scotch tape to divide up the Oh So Succulent phrase, "Happy Birthday To A Very Special Person" between all four of the waterfall flaps.


I cut the squares with Layering Squares Framelits and the flowers with Succulent Framelit Dies.


I simply cut three of each size from Sweet Sugarplum and Rich Razzleberry card stock to layer with glue dots. Pearls Basic Jewels Embellishments finish off the centers.


I finished off the pull section with another Oh So Succulent sentiment . . .


and tied a Sweet Sugarplum ribbon from the Succulent Garden 3/8" Combo Pack to pull the waterfall flap.


You can order the Oh So Succulent Bundle from my online store:

Glue Dots

Remember while shopping:

All orders receive a Thank You card in the mail.

Every $25 you order from my online store (before tax & shipping) using the February Host Code:  ZS93QNYF you’ll receive pre-cut card kits to make one each of the Lift Me Up cards:


Click on the "Rewards Program" image on the right for more info!

Order at least $50, choose a free Sale-a-bration product AND receive TWO kits of each card!

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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