NEW VIDEO: Layering Squares with Mom

I love sharing new products with you.  While you are typically so receptive to listening to me talk bout the things I love, you always LOVE to hear from my Mom.  She was here for a brief visit last week, so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to capture her on video.  That way, I can share her with you while she shares a bit about the amazing, new Layering Framelits.  Enjoy!


In her amazing video, Mom shares some fun information about the Layering Squares Framelits and the Sweet & Sassy Hearts Framelits.  Here are the products she discussed:

Layering Squares Framelits, Stampin' Up!

Layering Squares Framelits, Stampin’ Up!

Sweet & Sassy Framelits, Stampin' Up!

Sweet & Sassy Framelits, Stampin’ Up!

These might not seem like a lot of images at one glance, but here are the two visuals that show just how many images you get with the Layering Squares Framelits:

Layering Squares, Stampin' Up!, Brian King

Layering Squares, Stampin' Up!, Brian KingWill these be at the top of your list?  Here’s a rundown of the four Layering Framelits that will be offered in the new catalog starting June 1:

  • Layering Squares – #141708
  • Layering Circles – #141705
  • Layering Ovals – #141706
  • Sweet & Sassy Hearts – #141707

Stampin’ Up!’s 2016 Annual Catalog launches on Wednesday – are you ready with your wish list?  It’s going to be a super-fun day, and I can’t wait to place my order.  If you have questions or need help with anything, please email me at [email protected].

Thanks for stopping by today!


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  1. Great job Momma King!!!

    • Awesome information!! Thank you so very much! By chance do you have the dimentions for the other su framelets???

  2. Thanks Mary ! I like that you showed how the hearts look also .
    Are you being paid for your demonstration videos ? Do you have a contract ? Just looking out for you …..

  3. Great job Mary!! I hope Brian treats you to dinner out for all your hard work:-). Love the visuals – especially the pyramid! Thank you!

  4. Awesome job!

  5. Always look forward to seeing you!

  6. Wonderful job, Mary. Thanks for the visuals.

  7. Mama King you did an awesome job with the squares visuals….love your pyramid! Thanks for sharing…this will help many fall in love with the square layering framelits!

  8. HI Mary!

    Brian has turned you into a video star! You look so relaxed and comfortable in front of the camera. I doubt I could do that. It’s so nice to see you once again. We have to get your son to coax you into visiting and making videos for us more often!

    I think these framelits are going to be a huge seller. I can’t think of a more practical way to get perfect squares or hearts. If you had to do consecutively sized squares or hearts with punches it would cost you a fortune.

    Again, thanks for stopping by and saying hi to us once again Mary. You are just delightful!

  9. Will your Mom adopt me?? We need more videos with the adorable Mary King!!♡

  10. Aaaaaaaaa, MAMA KING ,you are soooooo, sweet , like SON , you did beautiful on your video, can we get them more OFTEN,lol,
    Hugs to the KINGS ,

  11. Great video but it looks like mom could use a booster seat! She looks low to the table. 😀

  12. Love your mom!!! Thank you for your video that’s just full of helpful information. I’ll be ordering both of those framelit sets!

  13. Mom King, thank you so much for the visual aid of these very cool framelits. What a terrific job you do

  14. Sharon Broussard

    Love videos with Momma King!!! I see now where you got your talent from!! Love the visuals you created!!!

  15. SWEET SWEET, thanks for sharing the grid showing the sizes of the squares!

  16. Great video by your Mom! I always enjoy your website. Thanks for sharing!

  17. Oh how I love Mary King!!! She is a natural on video. I bet she sold a bunch for you. The pyramid was an awesome idea!

  18. That was a wonderful video, Mary! Thank you for being willing to let Brian do the taping for a change. It’s exhausting always being the star! 😉 Everybody is right, it’s a very good visual aid to see all the sizes of the square and heart dies.

  19. Mirjam van Venrooij

    This is a very good tutorial thanks

  20. Mom rocks!!! Hope you’re getting a cut of the profit. 🙂

  21. Mom did a terrific job! ❤️

  22. Hi Brian! Your mom is just SO sweet! I hope you treated her like a queen while she was visiting. 🙂

  23. Your mom is such an adorable little southern lady, love her! Thanks for showcasing her on your blog.

  24. Awesome video, love your momma…u should sell those pyramids…what a handy tool they would be to have. Thanks for always sharing…

  25. Great job, Mrs. King. Your explanation of these framelits is very helpful. From the pictures in the catalog, the exact measurements weren’t clear, but your video and Brian’s pdf makes it perfectly clear. I always enjoy your videos and it was good to see you again today. Thanks so much.

  26. What moms will do for their kids!

  27. Gotta Love our Mommas! My Mom supported me alot. Even when my cards were a little wonky she said, “well, that’s interesting.” 😉

  28. Your Mom is awesome!! She did a wonderful job.

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