Sarah Berry Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator | Berry Burst meets the Climbing Orchid Bundle

Hello, hello, hello! Today I have some pretty cards to show you made with the new Climbing Orchid Bundle and Berry Burst. Can you tell, I like Berry Burst, I can’t seem to put the cardstock and the matching ink pads away.

Now, if you look carefully you’ll see that I haven’t actually used the framelits on this card, but after I took the photos I did go back over them and add die cut orchid petals onto the cards, so I’m afraid you’ll have to use your imagination with that part. Although, as you can see the cards work well without any die cutting at all.

The Berry Burst card is a standard A5 piece of cardstock, folded in half to create a C6 portrait card. Down the left, folded edge I’ve stamped one of the largest orchinds three times in Whisper White Craft Ink. The craft ink is a chalk based ink which is different to all of Stampin’ Up!’s other inks. The chalk ink needs 10 minutes to dry onto the card, so if you ever add this ink pad to your collection, please remember to give you stamped images a little time to dry.

I’ve used one of the Stitched Shapes Framelit dies here in the square shape, then stamped the orchid over the top. The colours are Tranquil Tide, Soft Suede, Berry Burst and Night of Navy. Can you spot the little bud at the end of the branch? Stampin’ Up! really have thought of everything in this set.


Here are the products I used today. All products are from Stampin’ Up! and can be purchased directly from my online shop by clicking the pictures below. Phone ordering is available between 10am-3pm Monday – Friday (01524) 561059, where you can talk with me directly. If you’re ordering online, be sure to add the current special offer code into the hostess code box. You may qualify for this week’s special offer. Thank you for shopping with me and supporting my business!


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