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Two More Projects for Friday's Big Shot Class

Scallop Envelope Box

No... you don't have to be a Big Shot to attend Friday night's stamp club but you get to create these examples with the Big Shot embossing and die cutting machine - my favourite toy!

The above example uses the Scallop Envelope Die (X4). It's simply a matter of sticking the side flaps together to form a box, add a cute little birdie on a branch made from the Two-Step Bird Punch and that's about all there is to it.

I used the sturdy Sweet Slumber Specialty DSP for the box and Riding Hood Red Striped Grosgrain Ribbon to tie up the cellophane bag.



Friends

This card
is a combination of two designs which I received as SWAPS at the National Convention in Sydney. I drew inspiration from Peggy Quarmby and Melinda Taylor. Thanks, ladies.


Project Recipe:
Stamps: Vintage Vogue
Cardstock: Soft Suede, Very Vanilla
Ink: Pink Pirouette, Soft Suede
Accessories: Bella Rose DSP, Top Note Die, Dimensionals, Dazzling Diamonds, Two-Way Glue Pen

Until next time ... Happy Crafting!

Comments

Tania Gould said…
Ooooo cant wait! Looking forward to it!
Mae Collins said…
Love the cute box, which I was in Launceston to attend your class. If I didn't have a couple of things on this weekend I might have hitched a ride up with my friend who is going to Launceston this weekend and attended your class!
Paula Dobson said…
Oh, I love both these projects Bron! Wish I could attend too, hehe. Bit far to come from Wellington!
Love these projects lovely Bron!! And as for your new look blog, it's super awesome!! LOVE it!!! :0)
Hope tonight goes fantastically!!! Thinking of you!
SMiles Sharnee :0)
sunbear said…
i love that box. wish i could come to class:)

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