Monday, 18 April 2011

Another Build a Blossom Flower

Build a Blossom Flower Hope you had a great weekend! Ours was busy with floor hockey, soccer, a 90th birthday party and unfortunately a trip to the hospital. My mother in law slipped and fell on Saturday and ended up breaking her ankle. She had surgery on Sunday morning so we went to visit her in the afternoon. Hopefully she has a quick recovery!

This week I'm going to try something a little different. I am going to dedicate this week on a variety of flowers created using the Blossom Petals punch and Build a Blossom stamp set from the Occasions Mini Catalogue. At stamp club this month I showed a variety of flowers done using these products and had several requests to post photos on my blog as a reminder. So each day this week, you will see a different variation. Todays flower is a variation of this flower. The only difference is that only the two smallest petals were used. That's one of the great things about this punch - it has so many options. You don't have to use them all together, you can use any combination or even just all one size! Blossom Petals FlowerIf you look closely at the photo, you can see that I used the Elegant Bouquet impressions folder and flipped it over so that the debossed side is face up. Love that look and often forget to do that.

Here's a list of supplies:
Stamps: Build a Blossom (WM 121923/ CM 121994) Inks: Tangerine Tango (111834) Cardstock: River Rock (108640); Espresso (119686); Tangerine Tango (111349); Paisley Petals dsp (122367) Accessories: Blossom Petals punch (121808); Always Artichoke seam binding (121000); scallop trim border punch (118402); glimmer brads basic (121003); Big Shot die cut machine (113439); Elegant Bouquet impression folder (115964); square lattice impressions folder (119976)

Thanks for stopping by today!

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