Thursday, February 28, 2013

March 2013 SOTM Blog Hop

Here we are again....where does the time go?  Well mine has been taking care of my 87 year old grandmother.....this post will be quick since I'm behind on everything, with so much going on...I hope to come back in a few days to add more to this post, thank you for understanding.  59 Consultants are participating this month....make sure you see them all.   If you are coming here from Wendy Coffman's Blog you're on the right path.....and if you get lost along the way, its easy to get back on track, just go to Helen Onulak's Blog for a full list of hoppers and here we go...
I did a My Creations Box (retired now) and Chantilly Paper Packet.
The colors in the new Chantilly Paper Packet (X7163B) are so cheerful, and makes any project pop.
 Can you see the dry embossing on the roses?  Neat!
 Chipboard pieces inside have pictures of my niece with journal spots on the back of each piece.

 This will be a gift for my mother-in-law on Mother's Day :)
Products Used are all Close To My Heart
Chantilly Paper Packet X7163B
Pink Glitter Gems Z1807
Sparkles Clear Flourishes Small Z1812
Buttercup Cardstock 1271
Blush Ink Z2106
Creme Brulee Ink Z2167
Sweet Leaf Ink Z2153
Pear Ink Z2197
Black Ink Z2105

 Here is a picture of the complete set.
I promise I'll come back and add more details and product list once things settle down.  Now hop on over to Vicki Price's Blog and see her creations.....Thanks for stopping by and stay inky my friends!

16 comments:

  1. Love this box.. it is exquisite... love the embossed roses and pearls :)Kathi

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  2. I love your project - I had better create something with this box before it rots! :) OK - just kidding.... great project!

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  3. Oh my gosh - your niece is a cutie! I love how you embossed on the roses - genius!

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  4. Such a lovely idea! This is sure to be a treasured gift.

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  5. OMG-- this is stunnin and will make a wonderful gift!

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  6. Amazing!!! You did it again! So gorgeous!!!

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  7. Beautiful Tamra!!! I'm sure she will LOVE this gift!!!!

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  8. This is beautiful! Did you draw on the roses? They appear more detailed and dimensional.

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  9. This is gorgeous! Did you draw on the roses after you stamped them. They seem more detailed with more highlights and shadows. Love it!

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    1. Thanks, I actually stamped the images, cut one leaving a white cardstock edge and then cut the second one about an eighth of an inch from the outside edge, then I places the pieces in an embossing folder to give them more dimension, layering the two and popping it up.

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  10. This is gorgeous! The dry embossing has such a striking effect.

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  11. very pretty! What a great idea to emboss on the flowers too!

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