Happy Medallions — Stampin’ Up! Artisan Blog Hop

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 assignment this week was to create a project using anything from our last box of products. Since I hadn’t used the Frosted Medallions set yet and I love medallions, I pulled it off my shelf and got it inky.


I decided I needed to take a little break from Christmas-themed projects and focus instead on birthdays.  This set is a great multi-purpose set.  I love how this sentiment is perfect for birthdays or many other occasions.


Since I wanted to use this for a birthday card, I chose some bright, happy colors — Daffodil Delight, Calypso Coral, and Emerald Envy.

I started off by brushing on some Daffodil Delight ink onto a piece of Watercolor Paper with a wet paintbrush.  After it had dried, I added some Daffodil Delight and Basic Black splatters with a stamp from Touches of Texture.


I wanted to make a little treat box to go with it, so I used the Baker’s Box Thinlits Die to create a sweet box from Calypso Coral cardstock.  I stamped the smaller medallion with Versamark ink on the cardstock before assembling the box.


I cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock with a tag die from the Cheerful Tags Thinlits dies.  A little washi tape from the Playful Palette suite was wrapped along the bottom of the box.

I love how easy it is to make sweet little gifts where everything coordinates so beautifully!

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!

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