Hello There! Welcome to this evenings Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop and THANK YOU for hopping along with us! The March kit is TERRIFIC and you're gonna LOVE all of the inspiration!
I have two project to share with you tonight! One is a simple card and the other is a SUPER FUN 3-dimensional creation! I had a lot of fun creating with this set! This just might be a FAVORITE kit!
My FAVORITE project is my 3D creation! I used the enclosed acrylic block to make this cute framed art. First I cut one of the cards in half, put the block on top of it and traced around it with a pencil. I cut it out and stamped the sentiment with Memento Black ink. Next, I attached it to the back of the acrylic block attaching it with glue dots, placing them strategically behind the rain boots and grass. Next I attached the rain boots with dimensionals. I colored a piece of Whisper White Crinkled Seam Binding with a Dark So Saffron Stampin' Blend Marker. I also colored a couple of threads of White Flax Ribbon with the same marker. I slipped both ribbons and a piece of the twine that is in the kit underneath the boots, wrapping them around the block and tying them into bows. Last, I added a few raindrops just above the boots! I gave it as a gift to my husband today and he LOVED it!
My second project was created with the left over piece of card that I cut for the background of my block. I stamped the grass with Garden Green ink, mounted it onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock then onto a piece of Coastal Cabana. I attached it to a Whisper White Note Card with dimensionals. Last, I attached the rain boots (these cute boots are in the kit!), with dimensionals and tied a bow on one boot with Whisper White Crinkled Seam Binding. SUPER CUTE and SIMPLE!!
I hope you enjoyed my creations and that you'll be inspired by those to follow! Click below to hop along with us! Next up is
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These blog hops are so much fun! I absolutely adore your 3-D project. This is such a fun stamp set!!! Thank you Darla for the inspiration!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for hopping along with us Kim! That makes me so happy!Delete
I love this 3D project...a great idea.ReplyDelete
This is a great kit!
Thank you so much! I LOVE this kit!Delete
Gorgeous projects Darla!ReplyDelete
Thanks BUNCHES Terri!Delete
Great projects - love that design on the block!ReplyDelete
Thanks bunches Janey!Delete
Very clever and cute! I love the idea of using the acrylic block!ReplyDelete
Thanks you so very much! I've been wanting to do this for a while now and this was the perfect project!Delete
Cute card and what a clever idea for the block!ReplyDelete
What a neat idea to use the block that way! I may need to CASE that! I find that they are too thin for my fingers...great gift idea!ReplyDelete
Great idea with the acrylic block! Love you projects!ReplyDelete