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The Stamp Review Crew - Painted Petals

Welcome to addINKtive designs and the next stop on The Stamp Review Blog Hop for Painted Petals. The SRC are a group of Stampin' Up! demonstrators who want to show you how much you can do with one stamp set.  We will feature one stamp set with each blog hop and each stop on the hop will show you a different idea using that set! So look out for The Stamp Review Crew every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month.

I have some little chocolate holders to share with you today.  I think this is the fourth version that I have made and really love how these ones turned out.  It was fun to use the Painted Petals Stamp Set and change my original design by using some updated punches and embellishments.

The three sentiments in this set are so versatile.
 A sneaky peek at the inside.
 The little chocolate hearts are attached with some Sticky Strip.
I used my trusty Colour Coach to help me decide on the colour combo.
I hope you are enjoying all the wonderful inspiration on this Blog Hop.  I was brimming with ideas on how I could use this gorgeous stamp set but was away on a High School Camp just before the Easter Break and now we have family staying with us.  There has been limited opportunity for me to craft, but for now I am really enjoying the holiday break. I will be back with some more projects very soon as South Pacific Convention is not too far away and there's swaps and twinchies to make :)

 Up next on the hop is Yapha Mason -
Or back to Lisa Young -
Thanks so much for stopping by on the SRC Blog Hop.

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Yapha Mason said…
These are super cute, Bronwyn! What a great way to use this stamp set!
Linda Callahan said…
The colors are fabulous on your treat boxes! These are as sweet as can be!
Tanya Boser said…
LOVE these sweet little treat boxes!! I think I have seen you make them before, but they get cuter every time :)
Sarn said…
Absolutely lovely projects here.

Hugs, Sarn xxx
Rochelle Blok said…
Fantastic creations Bronwyn! Love it and that colour combo is awesome. Might have to give that one a go some time!
Lillybet said…
Happy Easter Bronwyn, these are gorgeous. I have been looking for chocolates like these, where do you source yours from?
Rachel Palmieri said…
Those colours are gorgeous, Bron. What a fabulous project!
Cindy Beach said…
First thing that caught my eye was the gorgeous COLORS! Fabulous combo and you brought it to life beautifully!
When a project is gorgeous AND it contains chocolate it's a winner in my book! Perfection.
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous!! The colors are awesome and the treat box is so cute too!
Deb said…
Super cute chocolate holders! I love how you decorated them with this stamp set! Too clever!
Heidi Baks said…
Adorable, Bronwyn! I love how you fussy-cut the flowers.
Dawn Tidd said…
What a fun way to receive chocolate! I love the colors and all the little embellishments you added. Just lovely! I have to ask, what is a twinchie?
Anonymous said…
Sweet, beautiful and YUMMY! Thank you for sharing yet another wonderful project with us!
Bronwyn Eastley said…
Hi Elizabeth. I got these chocolates at a confectionary shop in Latrobe, Tas.
Bronwyn Eastley said…
Hi Dawn, in answer to your question, a twinchie is like an inchie but 2"x2".
Betty said…
These are adorable! Love your beautiful photography too!
Lillybet said…
Thankyou Bronwyn would you believe I found some at the airport on the way home! May just have to try these myself now! Yay! Liz
Mike said…
Bronwyn, these are so clever. I love the color palette you used on these. They look so rustic and inviting! Beautifully done!
Muito bonitas!
E o toque da renda sempre encanta.
Unknown said…
Time to find my color coach - that's a great combination! And the treat holders are so pretty.
Unknown said…
I love the concept of your treat boxes and I agree that the colors are beautiful!
WebDeb said…
Hooray for the Coach! Those colors together are amazing -- excellent work!

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