It’s time for another round of inspiration from The Stamp Review Crew. If this is your very first visit, we are a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators whose mission is to do a blog hop on the first and third Mondays of each month. Our hops are unique because each of us features the same stamp set. The result is you see the versatility of the set and the amazing things you can create with it. This week we are featuring Wondrous Wreath. I am Stop #6 on the hop. You may have just left Stop #5: the talented Deb Currier. Her work is always fabulous. As for me…I designed a Wedding Treat Bag. Enjoy today’s hop!
- Score! To create an elegant look, I used the Diagonal Plate and the Simply Scored scoring tool to create the diamond background on this treat bag. Of course, wedding treat bags call for Pearls, don’t you think?
- Decorate! The Wreath was stamped in Always Artichoke (stamped off once) and the overlay was inked in Mossy Meadow. The sweet little blossoms, punched in shades of Pink Pirouette, Soft Sky, So Saffron, and Wisteria Wonder, were created using the smallest flower die from the Flower Fair Framelits collection. Pearls were added to the centers of each. A few sequins add just a touch of sparkle.
- Bow! A Sahara Sand lace bow is the final touch.
Wouldn’t this be adorable to hand out to guests as wedding favors…with a packet of flower seeds and a cute little poem tucked inside? Or maybe a square of chocolate? What do you think? Won’t you let me know in your comment today? Your comments are important to me, and I read each and every one! Of course, if you have any questions about today’s project, I am only an email away! Now hop along to Stop #7, Kerry Willard Bray. Her work never ceases to amaze me. And if you get lost along the way, you can find a list of all the hoppers at The Stamp Review Crew. Until next time…