Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Merry Gift Topper - Stampin UP Artisan Blog Hop

Welcome back to the Artisan Design Team Blog Hop! We are working on our October box from Stampin' UP. This box was full of products from the Stampin' UP Holiday Catalog! I am so excited to share fun and seasonal projects to inspire you! Every Thursday of each week for one full year, all 16 of us from all over the world will post on our blogs an inspiring project for you! Be sure to get Google Translate so that you can read in your language all about how they created their projects too. Now on to my project this week... 
The seasonal of giving is approaching fast and you will want to get some ideas on how to package those special gifts in a special way! Why not try a little crafty project with your Kraft Cardstock or even the Under the Tree Specialty Designer Series Paper? Both of them are heavier than normal cardstock and work well for this type of craft. I even have a tutorial for you to follow and make your own crafty gift toppers!












From here, I took the Tomboy glue and placed a thin line of glue of the top edges of the finished flower then I sprinkled the Silver Stampin' Glitter to it. TIP: let dry for a few hours and then shake off excess glitter!

What started all of this crafty goodness was the Seasonally Scattered stamp set! I thought it would look great as a tag so I stamped it in Baked Brown Sugar that matches perfectly to the Kraft Cardstock. I added the line of Basic Rhinestones and it all went from there! I have another project with this same crafty process to share next week! You do not want to miss it!

Thanks for stopping by! I hope this inspire you to get crafty with your cardstock/paper! This project will be posted on Stampin' UP Facebook page on Friday so be sure to share with all your crafty FB friends!
Cindy

You saw my friend, Becky Cowley before me and now move on to my friend, Helene Legrand by clicking on the next button below! Be sure to stop by all 16 of us!

11 comments:

Sarah Sagert said...

This is so beautiful, Cindy! I can't wait to try and make one of my own :)

Teneale Williams said...

I Adore this idea! I am making Christmas decorations at them moment and I am now going to make some of those.

Connie Collins said...

Cindy, this is sooooo pretty! I just love it!

Melody Hyde said...

Pretty ornament, and very clever use of the clothes pins as a tool~

Holly said...

Wow! This is beautiful! I hope I remember this when it's time to wrap gifts!

Mercedes said...

Beautifully done Cindy! I bet it is super pretty in person too! I must case!

Kimberly J. said...

Beautiful package! Can't wait to get started in making one! These are so gorgeous, I wouldn't be surprised if some retail outlet would want you to do their Christmas displays! Go Girl!!!

Allison Okamitsu said...

So stunning! I want to make them…so many of them...

~amy~ said...

LOVE!

Cindee Wilkinson said...

Super cute! Can't wait to try one of these ornaments.

Amber said...

wow - these are gorgeous! I'm always in awe of your work! :)