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Along the blog hop you will find cards and projects that are sure to INSPIRE you!
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If you came to me from Maren Benedict's blog then you are on the right track.
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I chose to the use super set of stamps from Unity that match the Jillibean Soup "Spotted Owl Soup" line of papers as they are so cute and I absolutely love the colors!
I made a hinged gift box topped with a rosette flower and a coordinating gatefold card with matching belly band :)
Crafty Boots - Anything Goes
I Did It - Anything Goes
One Stitch At A Time - Anything Goes
Stamp Something - Anything Goes (their farewell challenge :()
Wags n Whiskers - Anything But a Card
Addicted to Stamps - Anything But a Card
Quirky Crafts - Anything But A Card
Through The Craftroom Door - Use 2 things for Texture (3 entries only)
Fresh Brewed Designs Monthly Challenge - Something New (5 entries only)
Little Red Wagon - Die Cuts
Catch The Bug - Punches or Dies (3 entries only)
Speedy The Cats Friends - Use a Punch
My Mums Craft Shop - Lots of Layers (3 entries only)
Southern Girls - Lots of Layers and/or Birthday
Simon Says Stamp - More than One Fold
Going Grey - Unique Fold (lots of folds in this project)
Hanna and Friends - Little Gifts
Crafty Catz - Ribbon
Creative Inspirations Paint - Ribbon
Phindys Place - Stripes
Craft Your Passion - The F Word (I used Folds, Flower, Fun,)
Crazy Challenge - Birthdays
Heartsong - Chipboard and/or Glitter
Scoring Tool - Scor-Pal
Images - Spotted Owl Soup by Unity Stamps
Paper - Spotted Owl Soup by Jillibean Soup
Medium - Copic Markers
Die Cuts - Floral Doily Accents by Spellbinders and Large Petite Ovals
Border Punch - Martha Stewart Scallop Dot
Embossing Folder - Tiny Stars by The Paper Studio
Ribbon - The Whimsy Cottage
Chipboard Button - Colorbok
Brads - Unknown
I added a punched trim and ribbon all around the box, I think the little finishing touches is what makes a project extra special.
This is a simple rosette flower using a strip of cardstock 1 1/2" by 12", punched and then scored and folded between the punch scallop design.
I added die cut accents and flowers and topped it with one of the super sweet stamp images.
Inside the box. You can see the box making tutorial HERE, you simply adjust it to the size you want to make the box. Mine has a base of 5” by 4” with 3” high sides.
So the starting piece would measure 11” by 10” with scores at 3” on all 4 sides.
Then making a matching lid (just a hair bigger than the base so it fits but isn't loose) and then attached the lid at the back with a coordinating piece of cardstock for a hinge. You need to snip the back two corners of the lid to create the opening action.
The card starts with a 6" by 12" of cardstock. Score at 3" and 9" and burnish. Punch the joining edges, matching up the punching as close as you can. Decorate as desired.
Inside I used another of the stamps from the set on the message panel.
I love this cake stamp so much that I just had to include it so I created a "belly band" to show it off. The band is also punched to match the card.
I embossed the oval mat before adding the colored image, another step that I think just adds a little something extra.
Here is a close up of the rosette and that cute stamp!
Now you've seen my project the next stop is Stephanie Muzzulin who will have another fabulous project for you to see!
Have fun, keep hopping and be sure to leave a comment, you could be a winner!