Quatrefoil

I took French for 10 years in school, so I thought I knew how to pronounce this word.  But not only was I saying it incorrectly (mercifully, just in my head), but I didn’t know what it meant, either.  Do you?  And why should we?

At a Stampin’ Up! regional event last weekend in Baltimore, CEO and co-founder Shelli Gardner demonstrated these projects:

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Images (c) 2013 Stampin’ Up!

(Click the photo to see her blog post about the event.)  Like what you see here?  We can look forward to seeing this new embossing folder, new stamp set, new Designer Series Paper, new punch, and new envelopes when the 2013-2014 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog debuts on June 1.

And quatrefoil?  According to merriam-webster.com, it’s “a conventionalized representation of a flower with four petals or of a leaf with four leaflets.”  The punched flowers here are perfect examples.

If the elements on the cards above don’t qualify, well, I am positive there are others coming soon that will.  Still wondering about the word quatrefoil?  Click here to hear it (make sure your speakers are on).

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