Tuesday, April 18, 2017

JAR OF LOVE IN A CRATE - STAMPIN' UP! ARTISAN BLOG HOP


Welcome to the Onstage Display Stamper Artisan blog hop where a few of us, who were Display Stampers or Presenters at our local Onstage Stampin' Up! events recently, are featuring the samples we made using brand new product that will be in the new 2017-2018 Stampin' Up! catalogue. You have probably just arrived from Martha Inchley.  If you are just starting here, hit the "Next" button at the end of this post to continue on the hop.  You won't want to miss a thing!


Day five of this Artisan Display Stampers hop and I hope you are feeling really inspired by all that you have seen so far, I know I have.  Today I am featuring the Wood Crate Framelits Die and Woods Words Stamp Set on this project.  This time I have paired it with the Jar of Love bundle.


This really was a labour of love.  Lots of stamping and lots and lots of die cutting (but at least I didn't have to cut each element out by hand!).  Unfortunately, it appears I may have thrown out my tiny fern die by accident.  I can't find it anywhere!


I love how the crate turned out!  I die cut the crate from Smoky Slate cardstock and stamped it with the Hardwood Stamp.  To add to the florist shop feel of this project, I wrapped the crate in Smokey Slate Gingham Ribbon and attached the cute wee tag, stamped with the Wood Words stamp set, with new Pool Party Bakers Twine!

Next up on the hop is our lovely Shannon Lane.


Aurelie Fabre 
Cathy Caines 
Sylwia Schrek
Dani Dziama 
Jessica Winter 
Kimberly Van Diepen 
Maike Ulbrich 
Martha Inchley
Paula Dobson - You are here!
Shannon Lane 
Tanya Boser 


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2 comments:

  1. I am going to have to get that crate die now Paula hahahaha...Imagine if you did have to cut them all by hand :o!!! This is so cute and would be a perfect thank you gift or get well as the flowers would never die xx

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    1. Oh, a get well. I love that idea Kim ♥

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