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Poinsettia in Pink…

So let’s use the new Festive Flower Builder Punch and the stamp set, Reason for the Season, as they are intended today and see what happens…

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Wouldn’t this look pretty on a package this Christmas under your tree?  We could make them in colors to match our wrapping paper!

Here is the Stuff ‘N Digits for this tag…

Stuff

  • Paper:  Heavy Whisper White, Blushing Bride,  and Mint Macaron
  • Ink:  Blushing Bride, Cucumber Crush and Memento Black
  • Stamps:  Reason for the Season
  • Tools ‘N Embellishments:  Itty Bitty Flower Punch, Festive Flower Builder Punch, Triple Banner Punch, Scallop Topper Punch, 1/8″ Striped Ribbon and Softly Falling EF

Digits

  • The Mint Macaron layer (I know it looks like Crumb Cake in pic, but it isn’t) cardstock tag base is 2 1/2″ x 4 1/2″, punched with the Scallop Topper Punch by centering the paper and sliding in a downward motion until it stops and punching.  Trim the top edge at the sides.
  • The Whisper White layer (I know it looks pink in the photo, but it isn’t really) is 2″ x 4″ punched with the Scallop Topper Punch and embossed with Softly Falling EF then attached to Mint Macaron with adhesive.
  • Cut 10″ of 1/8″ green ribbon and loop through tag opening at top.
  • Make your Blushing Bride poinsettia , stamping veins and sponging edges with Blushing Bride and assembling using hot glue.  The leaves are Mint Macaron, sponged and veined with Cucumber Crush and added with hot glue.
  • The flower center is Whisper White with a rhinestone colored with alcohol marker or permanent marker.
  • Add poinsettia to tag with hot glue.

Are you liking this Festive Flower Punch and how versatile it is?  Tomorrow I have a home décor piece made with this punch you might like so be sure to stop back by.

The studio “re-do” is almost complete…meaning all the painting (walls, woodwork and windows) are finished.  I can see the top of my counter and one other table but there are still supplies everywhere that need to find a home.  Have you ever repositioned every single thing in your craft space?

Hope to see you right back here tomorrow…

Here’s your “B-ism” for today…

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Get those fingers inky…and Be HaPpY!

 

B

Comments

  1. thank you for your “B-ism”, so true, your tag and flowers are beautiful, looking forward to tomarrow.

    • Sorry to disappoint you yesterday…had to run to Atlanta for the day and the traffic was so bad coming back I missed my 5 p.m. posting time. Thanks for commenting!…B

  2. Billie, I love this tag. The colors are so pretty. The blushing bride poinsettia is gorgeous. Thanks for telling us you used Mint Macaron or I wouldn’t have believed it. The “B-ism” today is so true. Good luck with finding a home for everything. I’m struggling with mine. I’m thinking perhaps I don’t need so much “stuff” and maybe I should donate it to a crafty person, who would enjoy some new-to-them items. I did that with my cross-stitch books and supplies and quite a few people are enjoying them now.

    • So glad you liked the tag. Colors can look so different with lighting and every computer monitor is different too. I’m almost finished in my studio. What a project that turned into! I used to cross stitch too for years!…B