Love Always – Print Candee Blog Hop

Posted by on April 11, 2012 in Print Candee | 17 comments

Glad that you have joined me for this month’s blog hop at Print Candee. You should have arrived from the Print Candee blog and after this you need to head on over to Joceyln’s Blog. The Creative Team have been busy whipping up some projects for Mother’s Day.

When I think of my Mum, she loves soft blue colours and roses. So I decided to make a box and combine these two things. I used some gorgeous blue digital papers called Green, Blue Simple Classic Paper Pack 308 (VN Digital Art) to cover the box base and to make the flower I used a lovely pink gingham paper from Essential Digital Paper Pack 300 (VN Digital Art) (I just reduced the opacity to 50%). And here it is.

To make the rose I did a search in Pinterest and came across this rose tutorial. I modified it a little bit to suit my project better. I inked up the edges of the rose with Spun Sugar Distress ink to add a little more depth.

And it all started with this wooden pencil box that I bought from Target -  I just made a lid to fit. I will put some chocolates in it for Mum and then she can use it as a box or maybe even a pencil holder!

Want to win some great prizes? Well, leave comments on each stop of the blog hop to increase your chances to win. Up for grabs are two $10 gift certificates to the Print Candee store. You have until 11:59pm EST on Saturday, April 14th to comment for prizes. The winners will be posted on the Print Candee blog.

Supplies

Digital Images/Stamps: Green, Blue Simple Classic Paper Pack 308 (VN Digital Art), Essential Digital Paper Pack 300 (VN Digital Art), Owlicious (Happy Colors) Paper Pack (Print Candee), AnnaBelle Stamps Fanciful Flowers stamp set

Ink: Canon colour printer, VersaFine – Onyx Black, Distress Ink – Spun Sugar, Peeled Paint

Card: White card stock

Other Supplies: Kaisercraft Pearls – cream, Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue, Spellbinders die – Labels Eight, Cuttlebug, Blending tool, AnnaBelle Stamps 0.8mm twine – white

Thanks for stopping by. Be sure to check out the other Creative Team projects as well – you won’t be disappointed!

Thanks for stopping by,

Marion

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17 Comments

  1. You have really hit this one out of the ballpark Marion! I totally ADORE it, LoVe those papers and what can I say about the flower… it’s perfect!!

  2. This is just beautiful Marion!

  3. Absolutely beautiful Marion. That rose is just amazing.

  4. So, so cute! That rose is fantastic, I would love to recieve that box any day! ;) Keep up the fantastic work!

  5. WOW… just gorgeous. I love the papers and that flower is so pretty!!!

  6. Gasp! Wow, Marion, this box is so stunning! What a brilliant idea to cover a pencil box and make your own lid. The flower is gorgeous!! BTW, I forgot to tell you yesterday how much I like your blog header….great job, hubby! :)

  7. Who wouldn’t love to receive a gift in this fabulous box and that rose topper is just gorgeous!

  8. Beautiful, Mariao – love the pairing of papers. So crisp and fresh and made with brilliant precision :)

  9. the flower and box are so pretty. Really like the 3D flower.

  10. Wow! This is so fabulous!! That flower and the box are absolutely gorgeous!!!

  11. Neat idea and I love that flower!

  12. Ooh loving that 3-D flower! Seriously, gorgeous! And what a good idea to reduce the opacity to create a more subtle color scheme. Sometimes I forget that I can alter papers – just one of the many benefits of digi supplies! :) Awesome job, as always.

  13. a perfect gift for your mum! loving the big gorgeous 3D rose, you have made it look effortless!! the colours are perfectly balanced and so sweet! :)

  14. Marion, your rose is stunning! What a beautiful inspirational project for Mother’s Day!

  15. This is a wonderful gift! I love the soft colors and the dimension of the flower is a great topper! Lovely!

  16. Marion I love this box!Gingham is always a winner with me and that sweet flower looks beautiful.

  17. The gingham rose is just stunning Marion, a perfectly feminine embellishment for such a fabulous gift :0)
    Jenny x

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