How do you make a paper pineapple?

 

You buy Stampin’ Up’s Tropical Oasis Designer Paper and In The Tropics Die Set!

I know I’ve already given you sneak peeks of some favorites from the 2020 Mini Catalog, but the Tropical Oasis Suite is at the top of my list. I admit, I LOVE Hawaii., and this suite takes me there. It’s on pages 38-40 in the 2020 Mini Catalog.

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Aloha Pineapple

 

I began by using two of the dies from In The Tropics die set to cut the pineapple. Can you see how I used the Tropical Oasis Designer Paper? The leafy part of the top has pre-cut sections for added dimension. How fun!

 

The pineapple is resting on a brown, mat design, also in the DSP collection. It really came to life when I embossed it with the Coastal Weave Embossing Folder, which is included in the suite.

 

“Aloha,” also in the die set, was cut from Noble Peacock Foil. It’s the perfect word to complete the suite. Don’t you think?

 

I’ll be adding today’s project to the TGIF gallery, where “Foil” is being highlighted.


Only a short time to wait until Jan. 3, 2020, when you can have it all, by ordering the Tropical Oasis Suite. However, the items can be purchased individually, as you’ll see in my Product List.

The Noble Peacock Foil  and Crumb Cake Cardstock aren’t in the suite, but there are  some fun surprises in the Suite that I haven’t mentioned. Check it out!


Product List