If you’ve been searching for a perfect set that could give class and elegance to your Christmas gift packaging, search no more! Today, Flourishes is sneak peaking a brand new set called, A Gift for You, and some of the Spellbinders™ team is joining them in the fun!
This set was designed not only to coordinate with some of Flourishes best-selling Christmas stamp sets but with more than a handful of Spellbinders Die Templates! A Gift For You – drawn by the ever-so-talented Marcella Hawley – offers 8 different tag styles and 8 different mini sentiments to fit inside! To make sure your tags come out with a regal style and design, this set coordinates with Spellbinders Labels Fourteen, Labels Fifteen, Labels Sixteen, as well as some of the new Decorative Nestabilities® designs like Lacey, Eyelet and Beaded Circles and Lacey or Eyelet Squares! The customizable options are endless. Would you like to win this set? Simply leave a comment on Flourishes’ Blog! Flourishes will draw a winner and announce this coming Saturday, Ocotober 16, in their Winner’s Circle on their blog!
If a peek didn’t whet your appetite enough, head on over to see what some of the Spellbinders and Flourishes designers whipped up today. I promise, you won’t be disappointed!!
• Christine Okken
• Cindy Lawrence
• Danielle Kennedy
• Dawn Burnworth
• Julie Koerber
• Laura Fredrickson
• Leslie Miller
• Stacy Morgan
• Ashley Cannon Newell
• AJ Otto
• Beth Pingry (you are here!)
• Deborah Young
• Gina Hanson
• Holly Simoni
• Margie Higuchi
• Judy Hayes
• Julie Overby
• Kazan Clark
• Latisha Yoast
• Mona Pendleton
I loved the holly wreath in this set, and wanted to hang it on my door:
I am thrilled to remove the project picture and replace it with this:
I created a 6-panel door using S4-142 Long Classic Rectangle LG #2 (the smallest is #1) to make four of the panels, and S4-128 Classic Squares SM #3 for the top pieces. I inked the edges and embossed lines with Distress Antique Linen ink, and adhered the panels with SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L 3D Foam Squares, to give them more dimension. The door knob is a glitter brad from Creative Impressions, and it’s on the smallest die cut from S4- 283 2010 Heirloom Ornaments. All paper is from Worldwin.
The inside has “Merry Christmas” stamped on S5-025 Labels Seventeen, and layered onto S4-301 Labels Sixteen.
Taking a closer look at the wreath, you can see that it has three layers. I stamped it three times and colored them with Copic atyou Spica pens, using Lipstick for the berries and Olive and Melon for the holly leaves. I hand cut and layered with 3D Foam Squares.
Pictures just don’t capture the glittery delight of the pens, but belive me, its there!
Thanks for looking! Enjoy the blog hop and don’t forget to enter to win on the Flouishes Blog!
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