Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Hey Presto on a Scallop square box

Perfect Plum and Concord Crush what a surprise that I'd like this combination of colours! 
You may not believe me, but not one stamp has been used on this gorgeous little square scalloped box.
You may not believe it... but it has mainly been done with brand new summer mini products including the Specialty Designer Presto paper. All I've done is sponged with some Perfect plum ink and used a Blender pen to high-light the flowers and leaves. Thats all you do to make this paper sing!
Like magic the white embossed pattern appears when you ink it up, either by sponging, water colouring, spritzing or spraying.
The box is made with a couple of Scallop squares rolled out with the Big shot machine and a quick little box in the centre that you could put ... well chocolates of course or T-bags, or chocolates...
And the embossed heart of hearts (that's a Big shot Emosslit die see page 151 of the IB&C).
And the Beautiful wings little Butterflies (thats another Big shot embosslit die too).
The metal circle tag is a vintage item from page 8 of the Summer mini, it comes with the vanilla string and shimmery paper inserted for easy attachment to your projects.
Would you like me to demonstate how easy this box is to make?
Make it with friends during February and check out these specialty items during this summer season.
Cardstock: Perfect Plum, Concord Crush.
Specialty Presto Patterns paper ($22.95).
Ink: Perfect plum, Concord crush
Sponge and Blender pen (3 for $18.95).
Big shot, Bigz clear die:Scallop square $42.95.
Embosslit dies: Beautiful wings and scalloped heart.($21.95 each)
Mini vintage tags ($6.95)
Basic Pearls (150 for $9.50)

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