Stampin’ Up! Oh So Eclectic thank you card

Stampin' Up! Oh So Eclectic

This is one of the Thank You cards I sent out to my customers last month. I’ve made cards before using the Oh So Eclectic bundle, but this time I also used the Naturally Eclectic DSP as a background.

I am completely won over by this bundle, after being luke warm about it to begin with. Three of the Thinlits dies emboss rather that cut, and you can see that I’ve used the leaf embossing thinlit on this card.

Stampin' Up! Oh So Eclectic

If I could remember which set the Thank You set came from I’d tell you! It’s a current one, but I can’t remember which. The punch is of course my current favourite, the Pretty Label punch.

Stampin’ Up! have made a video to tell you all the wonderful things you can do with this bundle:

I think I’d better get back to the Autumn/Winter catalogue soon!

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions, or want to order from me. You can order if you live in France, the UK, the Netherlands, Germany or Austria and you don’t have a demo you already order from.

Here’s what I used to make this card


Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.

Oh So Eclectic cards from Stampin’ Up!



Stampin' Up! Oh So Eclectic cards


When I first saw the Oh So Eclectic set and bundle in the new cataglogue, I thought it was OK, but there were other things I liked more. Then I began to see other demos’ examples and thought I might have to have it after all.

I’m so glad I bought the bundle – 10% discount if you buy the stamp set and thinlits together – I love it! Not just the stamp set, but the thinlits too. There are three thinlits in the dies that emboss rather than cutting which is new for Stampin’ Up! I haven’t used those thinlits yet, but I will do in the near future.


For these cards I used the flowers and leaves, and the geometric die behind which I put some of the fabulous Wood Textures paper stack. I like that the flowers are not precise, they don’t fit and layer precisely which is great.

I’ve used Peekaboo Peach, Dapper Denim, Old Olive and Berry Burst inks which really make the cards pop.

Stampin’ Up! have a video showing how to make good use of the bundle:

By contrast the next post from me has a stamp set that I loved as soon as I saw it – the whimsical nature of it appealed to me.

Here’s what I used to create these cards:



Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.