A sweet treat

preserved purse close up

Just got back in and putting my feet up after our Jewerllery Giftables Class today Smile

I think everyone arrived this morning feeling a little frazzled by life and looking forward to some crafting therapy. By the end of the day we’d had a lot of laughs and created some fantastic projects, hopefully we all feel a little recharged and ready to face the world again!

This little sweet treat was an “extra” to go along with the the first prize in the draw that we hold at all our full day events.

preserved purse

Two Scallop Envelopes (113462) were die cut from Lucky Limeade card, the base of each envelope was trimmed off to the same width as the tabs on each side and the two envelopes adhered together. Floral District DSP (126919) was wrapped around the box and one of the Scallop tops, folded over and popped down with a dimensional. Three little leaves from the Perfectly Preserved set (W126690 or C126692) were stamped onto Lucky Limeade card with Lucky Limeade ink and the small flower onto Whisper White card with Tangerine Tango ink. These were then die cut with the Cannery Set framelits (127822). The leaves were popped up in a row down the lower front of the box on slivers of dimensionals and the flower popped up on a dimensional at the top of the leaves. A Basic Rhinestone (119246) was used to finish the centre of the flower.  After stamping the banner sentiment onto Whisper White card with Tangerine Tango ink it was die cut out with the Bitty Banners framelits (129267) and popped up with more slivers of dimensionals. Finally the chocolate treat was popped inside.

Our next full day Stamptacular is set for 10.30am – 3.30pm, Saturday 27 July. We’ll be focussing on paper, with a main project that uses a 12″ x 12″ sheet and loads of mini projects using 6″ x 6″ papers. They’ll all be trimmed and embellished with goodies from the new 2013-2014 catalogue that launches on 1 July. If you’d like to register interest and have first chance to book, then please email me.

Sara xx

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