Introducing Garden Trimmings

Good morning and Happy 4th Of July! We're still in the middle of our Christmas In July release introductions, but today's debut die is arguably a bit of a departure. I'm getting ahead of myself...

First I'm going to remind you that the new release will be available on Saturday, July 6th at Noon EDT. I will also be going live on Instagram at 8pm this evening to answer any questions about today's introductions.

Garden Trimmings (retails for $28) came about because I wanted to be able to create ornaments and gift toppers that looked like pretty blooming monograms.


Sometimes you have a project that calls for a touch of something floral. These botanical clusters range from simple to dramatic, giving you the ability to add flowery flair to all of your creations. This die was designed with the Statement Alphabet in mind, but the elements look beautiful on a wide array of projects.

Let's see what the Guest Creators have to share with you today!

The contrasting blanket stitch on Carissa's floral monogram ornament is so striking! I love that fresh green against crisp white.


It looks like Chari made Scout a new tent embellishment! What a charming way to add a pop of color to her little snuggle spot.

Aren't these two ladies incredibly talented?! I am go grateful that they're sharing their beautiful work with us this week!

As soon as I got my hands on this die I jumped right in and made Tilly a pretty garland for her bedroom door.

There are five large cluster shapes and a handful of additional sprigs and individual elements that you can use to dress up your Statement Alphabet letters and more!

I used four of the five clusters on this garland (there is a large one that fits best on letters like O, C, G, and Q that didn't work well here, but would be useful on circular ornament shapes, too).

She loves purple, so I used Amethyst for the large flowers and Satin Slipper for the little buds. The flower centers are Tundra and Sunlight and the leaves are Soft Jade.


The best part is that there are so many cluster shapes that even two of the same letter can have a different look.

I also used opalescent white beads (from the Heirloom Color Story) and yellow beads (from the Flirt Color Story) to add some sparkle).

Tilly has already found her garland and can't wait to decorate her door. Seeing her excitement certainly makes projects like this worthwhile!

That's all I have for you today, but we will be back tomorrow for one last day of introductions and it's a day you don't want to miss!


In the meantime, it's time for a giveaway! Leave a comment letting us know:

Do you have a favorite color in our felt lineup? Are you giddy for Gecko? Besotted with Blue Ribbon? Smitten with Smooch?

Leave a comment before 7am on Saturday (7/6) and I will randomly select one winner to receive a $50 gift certificate to our store! The winner will be announced on Saturday morning at 9am. The winner has 30 days to contact Customer Service ( to claim their prize. Good luck!


  • The new release is beautiful and I love the colors you’ve chosen! Examples always help me and I appreciate them so much!

    Patricia McDonald
  • I love cardinal red. I think red goes with everything.🤭

    Darcie Cooper
  • These are beautiful! I love the embellished name banner so beautiful. It’s so hard to pick a color but I do see myself pinning for pine forest.

    Jennifer Petersen
  • What a fantastic die set!!! I have been drawn to more yellows lately so ocre is one of my favorites right now.

  • I cannot pick just one, so the Flower Farm Color Story is my favorite collection!


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