Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Spiral Flower Card

I'm having so much fun playing with the products from the Occasions and Sale-a-Bration Catalogs.
Today I have combined the Spiral Flower from the Occasions Catalog and the beautiful Sweet Sorbet designer series paper from the Sale-a-Bration catalog!

I decided to make a 5" x  5" card this time due to the size of the flowers. I love how it turned out!

This Spiral Flower Die is so much fun to use and the flowers come out beautiful every time. Depending how tight you wrap the paper around a pencil or paint brush handle, etc.
For these flowers used a wooden skewer and started out wrapping the paper rightly and after the flower was completely finished I let it loosen up by setting it on my craft table so it could unwind a bit. After I had the look I wanted, I used my Glue gun to hold the flower together.

Stampin' Up! products you will need to make this card

Whisper White card stock( Big Catalog) p. 145
Coastal Cabana card stock (Big Catalog) p. 141
Sweet Sorbet (Sale-a-Bration Catalog) p. 11
 Spiral Flower Die (Occasions Catalog) p. 32
 Gold Foil Sheet (Occasions Catalog) p. 23
Gold Baker's Twine (Occasions Catalog) p. 24
Gold Baker's Twine (Occasions Catalog) p. 24
Tea Lace Paper Doilies (Big Catalog) p. 156
Rhinestone Basic Jewels (Big Catalog) p. 171
 Big Shot Die Cutting Machine (Big Catalog) p. 184
Snail Adhesive (Big Catalog) p. 174
Gold Embossing Powder (Big Catalog) p. 167
VersaMark Ink (Big Catalog) p. 164
Heat Tool (Big Catalog) p. 167

Non Stampin' Up!
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Stick

To see all the Sale-a-Bration products go to my online store

For each $50 you spend from the Big catalog or Occasions catalog you may choose one product from the Sale-a-Bration catalog FREE not including tax and shipping!

Next...I have some Valentine cards, treat bags and other container ideas to hold your candy for your special day this month. Be sure to check back....
Until next time...
Happy Stampin'!
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  1. Your flowers came out very pretty.

  2. I love this die! Your flowers are so pretty out of dsp and they look gorgeous on the doily! love!