It’s not just Christmas in July ..

It’s a giveaway too!! Santa’s here for this blog hop party!

Anyhow, not to keep anyone waiting much longer… We are introducing Flower Soft Die Cut dimensions – Christmas Poinsettia. In case you’re not familiar with the Flower Soft Diecut Dimensions product line – they are card toppers that pop out! How cool and convenient they are!

The image itself is a card topper and the poinsettia petals pop out to give the card a dimensional look. Here is a side view of the card so you could see the dimensions from the diecuts.

Now for the giveaways .. every hour (2-9pm EST today), there is a giveaway on the Flower Soft blog and Facebook page. We’re giving away these things:

  • Hint of Green, Sticker Sheet, Package of various toppers
  • Ultra Fine Moss, Sticker Sheet, Package of various toppers
  • Ultra Fine Lavender Tips, Sticker Sheet, Package of various toppers
  • 20 ml jar of The Patriot, Sticker Sheet, Package of various toppers
  • 20 ml jar of Spring, Sticker Sheet, Package of various toppers
  • Ultra Fine White, Sticker Sheet, Package of various toppers
  • Daffodil, Sticker Sheet, Package of various toppers
  • Hint of Violet, Sticker Sheet, Package of various toppers

What do you need to do to be entered to win?

  • Follow the Flower Soft blog and leave a comment
  • Follow my blog and leave me a comment to let me know
  • And ALL orders of the New Vintage Mabel Lucie Attwell Stamps will receive a FREE Ultra Fine Raspberry Fizz Flower Soft!  You need to get your orders in by July 30th

Here is your map ..

Flower Soft blog

Stephanie Lee (you’re here)

Jeanne Streiff 

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Comments

  1. Wow! This is so cool!! Love your card! Didn’t know about this either so thanks for having it!!!

  2. It’s never to early for Christmas at my house. I better get the CD”s out.

  3. I forgot to say I love your card, very pretty.

  4. Kathy S says:

    this is a great card I love this look – so professional and vintage.Thanks for sharing

  5. Katherine S says:

    Beautiful. I had not seen these before.