Paper Flower meets the 2-4-6-8 Birthday Box

As I stated in yesterday's post, paper flowers on cards are hard to mail, soI have chosen to use them on 3-D items. This time it is a 2-4-6-8 Box. This box is one of the basic boxes that you learn to make when you join Stampin' Up!. My customers have made the 2-4-6-8 box and if you are one of my  customers and have not made this box , just ask me and I will glad to help you. If you have a demonstrator, just call ask your demonstrator and she can help you.

Stampin' Up! 3-D Paper Flower and 2-4-6-8 Birthday Box Jeannine Tarrio September 2010 Holiday Mini

The flower is similar to yesterday's flower post. The only difference is I changed the punch to the scallop edge border punch and used the Celebrations Designer Series Paper. The stamp sets used are Party Hearty and On Your Birthday. I used Glimmer Brad Brights and the Decorative Label Punch from the Stampin' Up!'s 2010 Holiday Mini. This could be used to hold a birthday gift, treats for guests or used as a placecard. If you like this flower, be sure to check out my other 3-D flower posts this week and tomorrow.

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Jeannine Tarrio, Manager

Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator

blog: www.Jeanstamps.com

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Posted on : Sep 16 2010
Posted under 3-D Items, Birthday, Punch art, Uncategorized |

One Person has left comments on this post

Sep 21, 2010 - 02:09:07
Carol Carriveau said:

Love the paper you used for the flower…really brings out the brightness of the card and the "ribbon" you used at the bottom.  TFS! 


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