Archives for February 2014

Rose pin

Materials needed:
Pin back
Felt or soft paper green for leafs and your choice in color for the flower
Hot glue gun
Big shot
Spiral flower die

Die cut spiral flower die from felt or soft paper
Heat up your glue gun
Roll up flower with tweezers or a skewer.
Glue the end of flower but not the last circle
Glue on the pin back
Glue last flap over the pin to have the felt or soft paper cover the pin back
Cut leaves out of green
Glue leaves to front of flower to hide the pin back.
Easy right?
(Taken from Frances Martin)
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Pot of Gold Box

Materials needed:
Gold Card stock
Extra-large oval Punch
2 1/2 inch circle punch
Half inch circle punch
Small heart punch
White gel pen
Black card stock
Real red, pumpkin pie, daffodil delight, gumball green Pacific point and purple card stock
Stinky strip
1 inch circle punch

Cut gold card stock 8×12
Score the short side at the top at 1 1/2 turn to opposite side and score at 1 1/2 again. Then turn and score at 1 1/2, 5 1/4, 6 3/4, and 11 1/2 inches
On the long side snip the lines up to the first score line.
Assemble the box with sticky strip
Use the 1 inch circle punch and punch a notch on yor front flap
Punch a 2 1/2 inch black circle and cut off the top about 1/2 inch down
Punch out 2 – half inch circles and adhere to the bottom of the 2 1/2 inch circle to form the pot
Add gold 1/2 inch circles to the top
Take a white gel pen and make small lines around the pot.
Punch out 6 rainbow color large ovals and adhere together, leaving 1/4 inch in between
Cut out a rainbow and adhere it to the pot and then adhere to the gold box.
Punch out 4 green small hearts and make a shamrock.
Adhere to the pot of gold and if you want you can put glitter on it.


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Roses in a Terracotta Pot


Materials needed:
Whisper white, pink pirouette, Melon mambo, gum all green card stock
Big shot
Terracotta pot
Pink pirouette, Melon mambo ink pads
Sponge dabber
Glue gun
Green wire
Quilling tool or skewers
Spiral flowers die

Die cut several spiral flower dies with the big shot
Some of them I inked the edges with ink
With quilling tool or a scewer start at the small end of the flower and roll it up.
Cut a desired length of wire, curl end to make a loop.
Heat up the glue gun
Pierce a hole in the base of the flower
Stick wire through the middle of the flower down through the base hole
Put a little hot glue in the middle and glue the base up around the flower.
I punched out a star and gave it veins
Pierce a hole in the middle. add through the wire and hot glues it to the flower
I made 12 of these and put them in a Terracotta pot with ribbon around it.


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Me and my baby Lowla


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Spring Butterfly Card

Materials needed:
Stazon Ink pad
Whisper white card stock cut 8.5 x 5.5
Black card stock cut 3.5 x 3.5
Gold card stock cut 3 1/4×3 1/4
Wetlands stamp set
Sticky strip
Big shot
Butterfly die
Decorative dots embossing folder
Gold fancy foil designer velum

Fold whisper white card stock in half to form card
Adhere black card stock to top middle of card
Run a piece of gold card stock through the big shot with the decorative dots embossing folder
Adhere over black card stock
In stazon stamp the birthday greetings at the bottom of the card.
With big shot die cut the largest whole butterfly from the butterfly die with gold fancy foil designer velum. (The pockadot one)
Put on a strip of pearls and adhere the butterfly with sticky strip to the gold and fluff up his wings.


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Small Easter Basket

Materials needed:
Pink. pirouette card stock cut 6 x 6
Sticky strip
Scraps of chocolate chip, Whisper white, daffodil delight, melon mambo, and marina mist
BOHO Blossom punch
Large oval punch
Flower shop punch
1 3/8 circle punch
1 3/4 inch circle punch

Take the pink pirouette and score at 2 & 4 inches, turn and repeate.
On opposite sides cut each score up to the next score line.
Put sticky strip on all four points
Instead of pulling all the tabs all the way in , like when you make a box, pull them only half in to form the basket.
Cut of top triangles
Cut a piece of pink pirouette card stock 3/4 inch by 8 and adhere as the handle of the basket.
Punch 2 chocolate chip circles from each circle punch
Cut 2 chocolate chip large ovals and with BOHO Blossom punch whisper white.
Assemble the bunny with adhesive. And adhere to the basket
Punch out 5 flower shop flowers and adhere to the handle of the basket.
Adhere dahlias to the center of the flowers.
You can add grass and candy to the center and give as a cut little gift


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St. Patricks Day Box

Materials needed:
Gumball green card stock
Scallup Circle die
Large heart punch
Black Glimmer paper
Sponge Dobber
Big shot
Always artichoke ink pad
Sticky strip

With big shot cut out two green scalloped circles and one glimmer black scalloped circle.
On each of the scalloped circles count over 10 scallops, mark with a pencil and then cut off with your trimmer.
Put aside
Cut two pieces of Gumball green card stock 5.5 x 3.75
Score each piece on three sides at 1 1/2 inch (two short and one long side).
Fold all score lines
On one piece cut off the two bottom squares
Andhere bottom with sticky strip, put sticky strips on bottom tabs and sides and pulled over to form the box.
Adhere scalloped circles to back and front of box
Adhere black glimmer scallop to front of the box
Punch out four large hearts and cut out a stem
Adhere Shamrock to front of box with sticky strip
Add a pearl


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