Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Bloom Where You're Planted & a Winner...

by Elisa Kammerdiener


 McGill Paper Punches:
     -64503 Paper Blossoms Floral Petals
     -64502 Paper Blossoms Birch Leaf
     -64500 Paper Blossoms Alpine Snowflake
     -65800R Tool Kit
     -65900R Molding Mat

Additional Supplies:
     -Bazzill Cardstock (for rose)
     -Core'dinations Green and Pink Cardstock
     -Heidi Grace Pattern Paper
     -Heidi Grace Clear Sticker
     -Colorbox Creamy Brown ink
     -Ribbon

Creating the Floral Rose
   Click for full printable PDF

Card Instructions:
  1. Trim cardstock to 8.5"x5.5" Fold in half to create card base.
  2. Trim Pattern paper to 5.5"x3". Fussy cut around scalloped shape in pattern paper. Adhere to card front. 
  3. Create Rose per Floral Rose instructions.  Inking edges before you mold them. When rose is created adhere it to your card.
  4. Add clear sentiment

Now on to our winner of the Paper Blossoms Punches to create the Lily...
Scrappy Zeni said...
what a great giveaway! thanks for the inspiration and chance to win! www.scrappyzeni.blogspot.com
Please send me your snail mail addy at ElisaK12@gmail.com and I will get your punches sent out to you right away.

We would love to see what you are creating with any of our McGill Paper Punches so be sure to leave us a comment with a direct link to your project.

Till next time, Happy Crafting

8 comments:

  1. I got so excited to copy the Paper Blossoms instructions that I forgot to check for the winner! Nope I didn't win!
    Hazel

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  2. Wow! That is just gorgeous! I'm going to need to add those punches to my shopping list and try making these :)

    Thanks for the instructions!

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  3. Great card and Congrats to the winner!

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  4. Lovely card and even better punch. Roses are my most favorite flower ever. I am loving the looks and capabilities of these punches. I so want each and every one of them. I can only imagine what one could create with them. These posts are going to kill my poor pocketbook.

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  5. This is so lovely. I think I could use this to make a beautiful peony. Thanks so much for the inspiration and the instructions!

    Diane

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  6. super excited!!!! thank you so much! I emailed you my information yesterday.

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  7. This rose is so lifelike; beautifully done.

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  8. Congratulations Zeni...now go make some flowers!

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