Hello! Debbie Seyer here today to share with you my latest project. I challenged myself to use only cardstock, ink, stamps and dies to create a beautiful project to share with you today. I had so much fun with my personal challenge, too!
www.paperandmore.com supplies used:
Using a cut file and my Silhouette Cameo, I cut 2 lightweight chipboard door hangers. After glueing them together, my base was nice and strong! I also cut 2 door hangers from the Natural White Cotton Paper 80#. I covered the front and the back of the door hanger with this paper. I inked around the edges using Old Paper Distress ink and then stamped a music note background stamp randomly all over the door hanger front.
Using the Natural White Cotton Paper 80#, I created flowers using some flower stamps with a matching die. The weight and composition of this paper is perfect to create your own flowers. Using a light mist of water when shaping the flowers helps to give body and dimension to all the petals, too! The Brown Kraft Cardstock 65# die cut beautifully using a doily die that I had in my stash. The paper is lightweight enough for the intricate die to cut using only one pass!
Here is a video showing the process I used when I was creating!
other supplies used:
Stamps - Botanical Rose stamp set & Classic Leaf stamp set (Heartfelt Creations); Music Notes background (Prima)
Ink - Old Paper Distress Ink (Ranger); Olive Grove Memento Luxe ink (Tsukineko); Crumb Cake ink pad (Stampin' Up!)
Dies - French Pastry Doily Die, Botanical Wings Die & Classic Leaf die (Heartfelt Creations)
Embellishments - pearls (eyelet outlet); lace, twine, metal embellishments, seam binding ribbon
Have a great day!
Sandee Shanabrough here with a birthday party invitation and two party favor ideas for a Frozen birthday party theme that you can easily DIY for your little princess!
Oh, a strand of blue pearls, and silver elastic cording too!
I adhered the printed invitation and then popped up the snowflakes with foam tape. I glued a silver bow onto the double snowflake for a little dazzle. You could easily add sparkle with glitter or glitter glue as well.
One more view of all three projects. The sky is the limit as to what you can create for your princess party! Remember, if hosting a party for a very young child, be sure to supervise them at all times with smaller or pointy pieces.