Friday, April 5, 2019

Stamp Off Bouquet Bunch Flowers Blooming

Buffy, Susan and I are at it again.  Today we are excited
about Flowers Blooming.  Our weather in Ohio keeps
flipping and flopping from 20º to 50º, but hopefully
blossoms will abound!

For my project, I did a "flower box".  This box does not
fold up, as I used a small cardboard box as the base.
I "populated" my box with cut-outs created with the
Bouquet Bunch Framelits (p 216), Seasonal Layers
Thinlits (p 219) and Well Written Framelits Dies on
Occasions p 27.  The sentiment and butterflies with the
Butterfly Gala Bundle (Occasions p 35).  I used the 
Nature's Poem Designer Series Paper to wrap the box.

Hopefully this box of blossoms brings joy.

Now please click on, to see what Buffy and Susan
have done with their Blooming Flowers!

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Dear Doily with Nature's Poem

This is another project that I made in my "room of limited
stamping supplies".  You can tell by the crumpled paper
used to add texture.  The sentiment comes from the
Dear Doily set (Occasions page 47) and was cut out with
the 2 inch circle punch.  The top and bottom circles were
punched out of Nature's Poem DSP (page 189).
I love the Tranquil Tide paper, so layered it up!

Monday, April 1, 2019

Butterfly Gala set with Gingham Gala DSP

Happy April Fool's Day!
This is a combination of retired SAB items and current
Occasions product.  The butterfly DSP and punched out
butterflies are from the retired SAB Botanical Butterfly
DSP.   I used the Butterfly Duet Punch and 
Gingham Gala Designer Series Paper (Occasions page 35)
to punch and layer images.  The sentiment comes from
the coordinating Butterfly Gala set on the same page.
These coordinating products work really well together.
And we can't ignore the lovely Lace Dynamic Textured
Impressions Embossing folder, found on Occasions page 11.
That folder works so well to add frilly details that coordinate
with those butterflies.

I have to add one more card, to say goodbye to the SAB
frogs.  They were just too much fun to play with!  The sentiment
comes from the Well Written Framelits Dies on Occasions
page 27.  It was layered on a rectangle cut out with the
Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies on page 28.