but here is a sneak peek at what I’m making right now : tags!
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I’m usually not a “sketch” kind of girl. I honestly struggle to follow a sketch, but when I saw the creations of the other “Poulettes”, I had to give it a try.
Of course, I did not follow the sketch exactly, but you can still recognise it, right? right???
Here is the sketch:
and here is what I created…
Let’s say some elements decided to move to other parts of the cards 😉
Here is a close-up:
Too bad I didn’t have any beautiful Gold Soirée DSP from SU, it would have been great… I had to find a way to “fake” some, so I made the golden stripes by hand, with a ruler and a gel pen… 😉
I like how intricate this Noël die from Wonderful Wreath is… The “Joyeux” is from another set, “Cottage Greetings”. The little star-flowers are from Wonderful wreath too, I think it goes very well with the Petite Petals punch, doesn’t it?
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The project I want to share today is a box I made with the Envelope Punch Board, the Spiral Flower Original die and the Petite Petals punch.
The square box was made using the Envelope Punch Board. I used this very convenient Box Buster from The Crafty Owl to calculate the measures. The box is 4″ x 4″, and 2″ height. The lid is 3/4″. The paper must be a 9 3/8″ square for the base of the box, punch at 3 1/4″ and 6 1/8″. For the lid, the paper must be 7 5/8″, punch at 3 1/4″ et 4 3/8″.
I mated the lid with Basic Black and another piece of kraft cardstock, and then adhered the flowers.
The roses are made with the Spiral Flower Original Die in Very Vanilla, the little grey flowers are made with the Petite Petals Punch in Smoky Slate. The others are not from Stampin’Up!, but the cardstocks I used are Basic Black, Wild Wasabi and Vellum. A few rhinestones were added like tiny dew drops here and there…
I’d like to enter this box in the “It’s hip to be square” challenge from The Paper Players, although it’s not a card, it’s still square, right? 🙂
Hope you like it 🙂 Have a nice weekend!
Supplies (Stampin’Up!) :
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