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Pootlers Design Team – Flirty Flowers – Week 4

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Thank you for joining me for the final weeks design. Every Thursday throughout September, myself and 4 other ladies from our team will be showcasing projects made with the Flirty Flowers stamp set.

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For the final week I wanted to do something a little special and showcase nearly all of the images in the collection, now I used a lot of products but you could stick to one stamp set and one die set or punch to give you a similar effect.

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For the box I used a simple ‘pizza box’ style box and used Thick Whisper White cardstock cut to 5 1/2″ x 10″. I scored this on the long side at 1″, 4 1/2″, 5 1/2″, 9″. On the short side I scored it at 1″, 4 1/2″. This will create a 3 1/2″ square box once completed.

I assigned each stamp to a colour from 2017-2019 in-color collection and stamped on the unassembled box with each stamp/colour in a random pattern. Then I folded and burnished my score lines, cut up the score lines. Using the 3/4″ circle punch I cut out a half circle from the front of the lid help with opening the box. Then I glued the tabs to complete the box. I decided to add a layer to the top of the box, I cut Berry Burst cardstock to 3″ square and glued that on. I stamped an image onto a 2 3/4″ Whisper White square and glued that to the coloured cardstock layer.

 

 

I made five card blanks from each of the in-color collection cardstock measuring 3″ x 6″, scored at 3″. Using the Fresh Florals DSP I made envelopes with the envelope punch board by following the instructions printed on the board. You could use the mini white envelopes from the Autumn/Winter Catalogue to save on this part of the project.

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I cut Whisper White cardstock to 2 3/4″ square for each of the card fronts and using the stamp/ink combo from before, I stamped the images onto the card front. Using the Layering Circles and Layering Ovals Framelits I cut out Whisper White cardstock and the in-color collection cardstock for the sentiments, I glued these to the card bases using Snail and dimensionals and then I added a range of embellishments to the finished notecards. I also used the Classic Label and the Banner Triple punches as well as the Thoughtful Banners stamp set for extra sentiments.

If you haven’t got the all the die sets you could use the Stitched Shapes as this set will give you circles, squares and ovals in one. I also used the Classic Label and the Banner Triple punches as well as the Thoughtful Banners stamp set for extra sentiments.

 

So that was my project for week 4, please stop by and see my fellow team blog posts and thank you so much for joining me this month for the Pootler’s Design Team, I hope to see you on here again soon.

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Pootlers Design Team – Flirty Flowers – Week 3

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Thank you for joining me for this week’s design. Every Thursday throughout September, myself and 4 other ladies from our team will be showcasing projects made with the Flirty Flowers stamp set.

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So for this week I wanted to do something simple and I wanted to create my own DSP. I stamped the little flower several times onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock I then had to colour each one in by hand.

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I used a range of colours including, reds, pinks, purples, yellow and blue for the flowers and two shades of green for the leaves. I then cut this to 4 1/2″ square. Using the layered circles framelits, I die-cut a circle in the centre.

I took a piece of scrap Whisper White cardstock, I stamped the sentiment and cut it out so it was larger than the hole I’d created in my DSP. Then with a scrap piece of Daffodil Delight cardstock, I cut a circle using the same die I’d used for my DSP and then with the co-ordinating scalloped die, I turned it into a frame.

Using Wink Of Stella, I added some shimmer to the DSP layer by going over the coloured flowers and then I attached the frame to it using multi purpose liquid glue.

I made my card blank from Daffodil Delight cardstock that I cut down to 5″ x 10″ and scored it at 5″ to make a square card. I glued the sentiment to the centre of the card front and using dimensionals, I adhered the DSP over the sentiment.

So there you have it! A super simple and fairly quick card that you can make if you are in a rush.

So that was my project for week 3, please stop by and see my fellow team blog posts and don’t forget to check in next week.

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Pootlers Design Team – Flirty Flowers – Week 2

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I’m so excited to be a part of the Pootler’s Design Team for this month. Every Thursday throughout September, myself and 4 other ladies from our team will be showcasing projects made with the Flirty Flowers stamp set.

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Unfortunately I missed week 1 as I was due to go away on holiday and the stamp set hadn’t arrived by the time I left, but I when I arrived home at the weekend it was waiting for me. I spent a few hours on Sunday playing with the stamp set and I really love how it turned out.

So here’s my project for week 2.

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I stamped the flower in Basic Black ink onto Whisper White cardstock and used my markers to colour it in.

For the stem and leaves I used a Wild Wasabi marker as the base colour and added shading with a Garden Green marker.

For the flower I used a Sweet Sugarplum marker as the base colour and added shading with a Rich Razzleberry marker. I finished the flower with a Daffodil Delight marker for the stamens.

I cut the image out using the oval framelits and I cut a scalloped oval mat using Berry Burst cardstock, I glued these together with Fast Fuse.

Using the Decorative Ribbon Border punch, I cut a strip from Berry Burst cardstock, glued them to a strip of Whisper White and cut it to size for the card front, I added a piece of Berry Burst ribbon to it.

Using another piece of Whisper White cardstock I cut it to size for my card front and embossed it with the Layered Leaves embossing folder. I glued this layer and the ribbon strip to the Berry Burst card blank I created. For the flower layer I used Stampin’ Dimensionals.

I made a bow using the same ribbon and added it to the flower layer. Using the Thoughtful Banners stamp set, I stamped the ‘HAPPY BIRTHDAY’ sentiment, using Basic Black ink onto the smallest oval, die cut and glued it to a scalloped Berry Burst. Then I added it to the card with more Stampin’ Dimensionals.

So that was my project for week 2, please stop by and see my fellow team blog posts and don’t forget to check in next week.

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