To help you navigate I will post the previous and next links on the hop. You will have arrived to my blog from Val’s stunning blog, weren’t her projects just gorgeous? I love this lady’s work !! A hard act to follow for sure but I was excited to create something other than Christmas and this is what I ended up with.
There are quite a few stamp sets in the New Mini that I adore and had to have but by far this is my favourite. And you know I like it as I have been sneaking it onto everything I created for weeks now.I will give a complete list of products used at the end of this post but for now the dimensions of this sweet card.
Next was a sweet gift box made from two scallop envelopes.
The envelopes were cut on the Big Shot machine and the video at the end of this post will show you just how easy it is to put together.
And of course a gift box needs to house a gift and I am so excited about the new line of Simply Adorned.
Simply adorned is a new line of jewellery perfect for every crafty person out there, the bevelled glass lockets can be customised to suit your mood and your outfits. The range contains chains, crystal charms, and different sizes lockets. I just adore them and have been making many different inserts for my lockets I just can’t seem to stop, they are double sided and you can fit quite a lot inside them as you can see, I have quite a few layers and even a string of pearls in there, they are really great.
Ok here is the list of products used.
THANK YOU for visiting me today, till next time big hugs xxx
All supplies Stampin'Up! unless otherwise stated
PAPER: Crumb Cake, Melon Mambo, Pool Party and Very Vanilla card stock
INK: Basic Black, Melon mambo, Lucky Limeade markers
STAMPS: You are loved, You're a Gem
TOOLS: Big Shot machine, stripes and frames embossing folder, scallop ribbon border punch, Oval punch, scallop oval punch, modern label punch, decorative label punch, spritzer tool
ACCESSORIES: Very vanilla seam binding ribbon, very vanilla velvet ribbon,
And here’s the video for the gift box, ENJOY then quickly jump onto Sue’s blog and have a look at her fabulous scrapbook page.