Medley only available in May 2019 – or while supplies last!
Last week I shared three projects from this Medley designed my the team at Stampim’ Up! Today I am sharing another trio of projects created with the Everything Rosy Medley. Each is lovely and unique in it’s own way.Due to the short window of opportunity to purchase this new medley product, there is very little time for me to order, receive and create samples of my own. So I will share the design teams instead.
Who loves to scrapbook? I do, but I don’t usually find the time, but I will get back to it someday. When I did find time to scrapbook, I would use my Stampin’ Up! products to create my pages. So here is a sample of a page for a special scrapbook.
Using the photo for guidance, for picking the colors and coordinating products, here it worked wonderfully with Whisper White, Night of Navy and Melon Mambo. They started with a blank page, added some stamped images in Melon Mambo to create a light and open background. Then add some designer series paper to add a fun edge or frame around the photograph. Here is it just above and below. Then they added a corner to an embellishment and it looks like some stitching as well. Journal the photo along the top with our Stampin’ Write markers. Use the embellishments from the medley kit to create a fun focal point, and your done!
Now I have the scrap booking itch, maybe I can do some this summer?
Here we have a fun card with lots of color and fullness. Two pieces of designer series paper to create the background, cut in slightly smaller than the card to leave a Whisper White edge all around. Use the die cut flowers and labels from the medley to create your focal point and add your sentiment. It looks like they have run this through the sewing machine too to add the element of stitching! I never use a sewing machine – you can use your piercing tool to create a pieced straight line, then use our chalk marker to draw in the white line!
Here we have a fun fold box gift. It looks to be a 2 – 4 – 6 – 8 box design out of designer series paper. Basically use a sheet of cardstock or designer series paper that measures 8 1/2 x 11. Score at 2 – 4 – 6 – 8 inches and crease along the score lines. Then score , crease and fold one end at 2 inches. These four 2 inch x 2 inch squares will become the bottom of your box!
There is an extra 1/2 inch along the 2 – 4 – 6 – 8 score lines. Use this to seal the box together. Then add adhesive and fold the bottom together – you will need to cut along the score lines from the bottom edge, along the box edges to be able to fold them up. Then the top of the box, just gets folded closed and maybe stapled shut. Here they used the ribbon to create a closure.
Then as simple as either using the die cuts from the medley or stamping and die cutting your own from the set, you can create the tag and embellishment.
Quick List of Products used in this project:
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