Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Sweetie Pie Stamp Tin

Today I have a fun project for you I made using a small tin and two of the newest Sweetie Pie Stamps.

Isn't she cute?

I used Sticky Strip to adhere the Designer Series Paper to the top of the tin and sanded the edges with Stampin' Up! Standing System.

I added a decorated Binder Clip, a small pen and a small Post-It-Note pad.

A cute little gift for a Speical friend!

Here is the finished project again.

Sweetie Pie Photopolymer Stamp Set # 136849; $13.95
12 faces of cute little girls

Sweetie Pie Frames Photopolymer Stamp Set # 137121; $13.95
14 different stamps with phrases and frames

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Until next time...
Happy Stampin'
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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Hersey Kiss Sprial Flowers

Good Morning! Today I have a project and tutorial I think you will really like. It can be used for several different occasions. I saw this idea on Connie Steward's Blog and love them so much I had to make some myself.

Hersey Kiss Spiral Flowers

I used the Spiral Flower Die from Stampin' Up! Cut the card stock  4 1/4" x 4 1/4" and ran it through the Big Shot.
1) I used my bone folder and broke down the fibers in the flower.
2) I used a blender pen to start the rolling of the die to create the flower.
3) I made sure I left enough room in the center to put a Hersey Kiss.

4) I used a cool heat gun to put my flowers together.

5) To give the flower stability, I punched out a Blossom to attached the Spiral flower and leaves.  I used the small Oval Punch and cut the card stock to resemble a leaf. I attached the flower and leaves using my heat gun.

6) Picture of flowers with out a tag.

7) Finial project with tags. I'm planning on making some of these for our Easter dinner to have at each place setting.

Until next time...Happy Stampin'
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