Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Thank you Card and a Giveaway...

by Elisa Kammerdiener

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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 Smoothie Cardstock
     -Kraft Cardstock
     -Pink Paislee Pattern Paper
     -Pebbles Inc. Rub-ons
     -Queen and Company pearls
     -Paper Doilie
     -VersaMagic Creamy Brown Ink

Creating the Floral Rose:
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     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 5.25"x4".  Adhere to card front. 
  3. Ink doilie. Adhere to center of card
  4. Create Rose per Floral Rose instructions. Feel free to ink the edges of the petals before you form them if you like.  When rose is created adhere it to center of die cut.
  5. Create a banner with a scrap piece of cardstock. Apply rub-on sentiment. Adhere to card.
  6. Embellish with 2 Queen and company pearls.

Here is a close up of the rose.

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Be sure to leave a comment for a chance to win the punches that create the Floral Rose.  All you have to do is leave a comment on any or all the posts from now until Midnight June 28th letting us know what you thought of our projects from now till then.  The more comments you leave the more times you will be entered into the drawing.  So comment every day for more chances to win.  Also if you are a follower of our blog or facebook let us know and we will enter you in for each site you follow us on.  Plus If you follow our designers blogs let us know who and we will enter you in for each designer you follow.  We will draw a lucky winner on the morning of June 29th and announce it on the blog.  

As Always 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

47 comments:

  1. This rose creation is SO very lovely!

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  2. Such a gorgeous rose! I love how the rose is the centerpiece and makes it so elegant.
    I just checked out your blog and facebook earlier this week for the first time. Very cool stuff can't wait to order some things.

    mclaughfam@yahoo.com
    http://thelazymac.blogspot.com

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  3. Gorgeous card and rose! Can't wait to try this!

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  4. This card is stunning, including the rose! I am a huge fan on McGill punches and enjoy learning how to use and make cards with them.

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  5. Wow.. I have a rose in my garden that looks almost like this... this is bliss to be able to recreate it for cards and such... add a dash of rose scent would be heavenly sent... oh thanks so much for the chance to make them too... :D

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  6. That is a stunning project. I am going to have to keep my eye out for these punches to add to my stash

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  7. this card is just beautiful! I love the natural look it has on the flower. TFS and I would love to add to my collection. :)

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  8. Elisa--saw this on your FB page, girlie--it's gorgeous!! Can I "borrow" this design for a birthday card I have to make? :-)

    Kary L.

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  9. This card is GORGEOUS! I love the color of that beautiful rose and that it is on a doily!!! Wonderful! thanks!
    kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

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  10. Also wanted to let you know I'm a new follower! I'm also "liking" you on FB!
    I follow Pinky's blog already, just became Elise's 100th follower, and just signed up to follow Jess (gfc) and Janine (networked blogs)!
    Thanks!!!

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  11. That rose is so beautiful and delicate. Love the color too. The card is gorgeous. Just signed up to follow this blog.

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  12. That rose is just beautiful!!

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  13. This rose is so gorgeous! I love how the wrinkles are in it like a real rose! Great idea with the dolie behind the rose...makes it even much more feminime!

    Karen Day

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  14. Oh My Gosh I love the way this flower looks!such an elegant 3-D flower:-) Love the colors and the inked doily:-)
    Michele

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  15. Beautiful rose...can't believe it was made with punches!!

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  16. so very pretty!!

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  17. LOVE LOVE this flower!! I'd soo love to win!! Thanks for the opportunity!!

    Hugs,
    Tanya
    freddylswillima@windstream.net

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  18. I am already a follower on facebook.. LOVE it!!

    Hugs,
    Tanya
    freddylswillima@windstream.net

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  19. These flower punches are Fantastic! I love the projects you can create using them!

    Quilled Hugs,
    Linda k.
    myquillingnest at hotmail dot com

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  20. Sent by Jess KinderStampO and a follower of your blog. Thanks for a chance to win! You can never have too many flowers!

    Jess B.
    thatzuneek@gmail.com

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  21. I love the flowers

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  22. Gorgeous rose. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  23. This is an awesome tutorial! Thanks for the downloadable instructions!

    XO ~ Amy Jo
    http://lv2scrapandfibrofacts.blogspot.com/
    amyjrockstar at gmail dot com

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  24. I am an new blog follower! Love it! :0)

    XO ~ Amy Jo (new follower)
    amyjrockstar at gmail dot com
    http://lv2scrapandfibrofacts.blogspot.com/

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  25. I am a new FB fan. :0)

    XO ~ Amy Jo (new follower)
    amyjrockstar at gmail dot com
    http://lv2scrapandfibrofacts.blogspot.com/

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  26. beautiful flower and card. tfs.

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  27. This card is just so romantic!!

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  28. love this card as well. i love the edges on these petals. so realistic looking.
    great product.
    kmorgan1982@yahoo.com

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  29. I absolutely loooove these flowers! Gorgeous. And the Core is fabulous. I love your punches and Core is the perfect match!

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  30. Very pretty card and rose--I like the paper you used too.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  31. So many beautiful ideas. I would love to have a little bit of this talent.

    Raven

    ravenmc @gmail.com

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  32. Gorgeous card! Nice tutorial!

    ~Vanessa W

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  33. So beautiful and elegant. Thanks for the wonderful tutorial.
    Hugs, Rosalee

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  34. Sooo pretty!! TFS!
    1. I follow this blog.
    2. I follow McGill on Facebook.
    3. have followed Pinky's blog Fo-Eva!
    4. I also follow Janine's blog.
    5. I also follow Jessica's blog.
    6. I also follow Elisa's blog.

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  35. Following you and Pinky.

    I love this rose!

    April
    nginerd at gmail dot com
    http://ajoy2scrap.blogspot.com

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  36. Beautiful card, very vintage looking! Love this punch I love to make my own flowers so hopefully I'll win one, lol! I'm a new follower and liked on FB. Heard about this from Pinky and I'm checking out the other gals blogs also!
    Theresa
    mccadesmom at gmail dot com

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  37. Ok. I gotta make one. A red rose was my mother's favorite flower.

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  38. What a fabulous prize - I love flowers on cards

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  39. I LOVE these punches! What if I have all of the ones that make the rose? There's some other ones on my list... ;-)

    @Pearlgateway

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  40. Also following you on Facebook :-)

    Do you have a twitter account?

    @Pearlgateway

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