Welcome to the Inspire, Create, & Share Blog Hop! This month we are hopping and sharing projects with the theme of It's a Girl Thing, Monochromatic style.
I have to tell you that it has been a struggle! I had the hardest time figuring out what I wanted to make. This is probably the 3rd or 4th thing I have made and well time is getting short so I am sticking with this one.
I am a fan of Petal Pink. We haven't always gotten along but it has definitely grown on me and I use it a lot. This is an easy and fun way to package a treat.
- 5-3/4" x 9-3/4" piece of Petal Pink CS scored at 2-3/4" x 7"
- Seal up the back creating a flat open ended packet
- Use the Ornate Floral 3-D Embossing Folder and emboss a 4" x 5-1/2" piece of Petal Pink Vellum (Perennial Essence Vellum)
- Create Petal Pink Vellum flowers using the Magnolia Memory dies and the Perennial Flower punch. Layer the two smaller 3 petal dies, then the Perennial Flower punch, and then the center in Petal Pink CS. The circle in the middle of the flower is Petal Pink CS heat embossed with a mix of Dazzling Diamonds Glitter and Clear Embossing Powder.
- Attach the flowers to the embossed piece of Petal Pink Vellum using Stampin' Dimensionals
- Use glue dots or dots of liquid glue and apply to the back of the vellum where the flowers are. This will prevent adhesive from showing through when you attach it to the packet. Now adhere it to the front of the Petal Pink packet.
- Punch a hole in the center near the top of the packet (punching through the front and the back). Insert one end of the Petal Pink ribbon through both holes. Place the brownie mix in the packet between the ribbon. Push the brownie mix down into the packet until it is hidden. Tie a bow at the top and cut the ribbon
- Stamp in VersaMark ink the sentiment on Petal Pink CS and sprinkle White Embossing powder. Emboss using the Heat Tool. Cut out using the die from the Stitched So Sweetly Dies. Attach it to the front using a Stampin' Dimensional.
This would make a great little favor or gift for a friend or co-worker. Think of all the different kind of treats you could package like this! Now it is time to check out what the talented Deb Naylor has made for you.