Welcome to another Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop! There are 20 of us from around the globe who will be sharing our projects with you twice each month. All you need to do to follow along is click on the link at the bottom of each post.
Our theme for this month is “May flowers.” We had three different stamp sets from which to choose, and for this hop I chose the Grateful Bunch stamp set and coordinating Blossom Bunch Punch.
I have a daughter whose favorite color rotates between yellow and orange. She loves sunny, happy colors. And her name starts with a “K.” I found these fun wooden letters at a local big box store and decided to decorate one for her room.
I stamped these fun flowers using Hello Honey, Tangelo Twist and Pumpkin Pie ink and punched them out using the coordinating punch. This is a project that looks like it would take a long time to create because there are so many flowers. But it really didn’t take that long because the stamp and punch make three flowers at a time. I just used glue dots to adhere all of the flowers to the monogram.
I made a bow from the Pumpkin Pie 1/4″ Cotton Ribbon and a few strands of the White 1-1/4″ Jute Ribbon and a Very Vintage Designer Button. I had to get a little ribbon-tying lesson from fellow Artisan, Connie Collins. She ties beautiful bows and was so kind in giving me a quick lesson across the miles. Love her!
You’re ready to hop on over to The Netherlands and visit Chantal de Kaste’s blog by clicking on the link below. You can use Google Translate for any blogs for which you need translation help. It’s so fun to hop around the world!
Enjoy your Thursday! Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Grateful Bunch, Epic Alphabet
Ink: Tangelo Twist, Hello Honey, Pumpkin Pie
Paper: Whisper White
Embellishments: Blossom Bunch Punch, Pumpkin Pie 1/4″ Cotton Ribbon, White 1-1/4″ Jute Ribbon, Very Vintage Designer Buttons, White Baker’s Twine