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Product Spotlight: Baby Mine Filter Flowers

Well, Fancy Pants has done it! As if the original Artist Edition Filter Flowers weren't cool enough, they've gone and made them even cooler!! The newest collection, Baby Mine, has PRINTED filter flowers!


Aren't they lovely? Baby Mine has two sets of filter flowers, each having three different sizes and patterns. Gorgeous! Take a look at some of the beautiful projects our Pocket Chicks, Greta, Lisa and Bénédicte, have created with this unique product.

Greta Hammond baby mine frame 1
Baby Mine Frame by Greta Hammond
Greta says, “These little filter papers are so fun and versatile! I decided to make a little grouping of flowers for my photo frame. I did a lot of scrunching, folding and layering of the different sizes to achieve my results...
Greta Hammond baby mine frame 2
... I added some buttons in the center and used the banner chipboard pieces to serve as the “leaves”. Such an easy way to add a bit of texture to any project!”

Benedicte Raphalen-precious
Precious by Bénédice Ralphalen
Bénédicte says, "Filter flowers are perfect to embellish a layout, I could use them everywhere! The " Artist edition"’s white filter flowers are amazing but no one can resist the so cute Baby Mine line. I played with many superimposed filter papers to create a flower and I also used them as borders both at the bottom and at the top of this project. Have fun with these new products, I’m sure you won’t be able to do without them!"

LPS by Lisa Andrews
Lisa says, "The new filter embellishments from Fancy Pants have some fantastic patterns printed on them. On this layout I layered a large filter embellishment as part of a photo mat and then layered up a couple of other smaller filters. The two smaller filters were the same size and I wanted the one of the bottom to show, so I cut a slit from the edge to the center of the filter and overlapped two of the petals to make the flower just a bit smaller. These are perfect for adding layers to a project without much bulk."

-Amy Peterman

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