Welcome to our February Artisan blog hop
You may have hopped on over from the lovely Elizabeth Price over in the USA or joined with me, either way a very warm welcome. This month we are sharing with you the gorgeous Painted with Love Speciality Designer Series Paper and the Sure Do Love You Stamp set.
I have chosen to make some wedding favours, but would also be perfect for a little birthday or baby shower treat…
I have used the Lots to Love Box Framelits to made in the inside box, using whisper white cardstock. I firstly stamped the front panel in versamark and embossing in gold, and then die cut out the inside of the image using the heart from the Lots to Love Box framelits. Once assembled I have filled with tea light candles, ready to go inside of my wrap around panel.
The outside wrap was made up from a piece of Crumb Cake Cardstock (21cm x 12.5cm) which was scored at 7.6cm, 9.5cm & 11.4cm or 3″, 3-3/4″ & 4-1/2″. This was folded on the middle score line and then cut where you want to band for the sweets to be. It’s not that easy to explain how this is assesmbled, so I have made and added a little video tutorial at the end of this post to show you how this was made.
These rolled roses are made from a circle die or punch, for this size rose I have used the large of the stitched shape framelit dies. I have cut from the outside all the way in to the centre in circles (to make a large spring) and the rolled this up from the outside to the centre. You can also see this being made in the video tutorial below.
Remember if you love what you see, we’d love to hear from you in the comments or on social media. Next up on the hop is the fabulous Jenni Pauli so be sure to hop on over and see what Jenni and the rest of the Artisan team having in store for you by clicking on the next button below.
Cathy Caines – Cananda
Charlet Mallett – USA
Connie Collins – USA
Elizabeth Price – USA
Emma Goddard – UK (You are here)
Jenni Pauli – Germany
Jennifer Frost – Australia
Jessica Winter – Austria
Kayla MacAulay – Australia
Kim McGillis – Cananda
Lauren Alarid – USA
Linda van Wely-Zwolle – Netherlands
Rhoda MacPherson – UK
Sarah Lancaster – France
Susan Wong – New Zealand
Sylwia Schreck – Germany
If you live in the UK and would like to purchase any of these or other Stampin’ UP! products I would like to be your chosen demonstrator, just click on any of the product images below to head on over to my online shop.
Pingback: Sure Do love You Artisan Bloghop – Paulines Papier
Oh my goodness Emma! These wedding favors are stunning. I love how the crumb cake softens and mutes the papers a bit. Really beautiful gifts. Can’t wait to watch the video.
Thanks so much Charlet, you can’t go wrong with a bit of Crumb Cake!
This is just so pretty Emma! The DSP is a bit loud, but together with the Crumb Cake it’s so soft all of a sudden, love it! Stunning!!
Thank you Linda! Crumb cake is just one of those colours which seems to go with everything!
Emma, these are just so amazing!!!! I think this is a fabulous idea! Great job!
Thank you so much Lauren xo
What glorious little gifts. Your blend of Crumb Cake with the DSP is brilliant and they perfectly showcase your spiraled floral accents! Smiles, Elizabeth
Thanks Elizabeth! Sending smiles back to you lovely
So far, I have given away candles only for Christmas, that will change now!
so lovely! Thank you for this brilliant inspiration ❤️
Thanks Sylwia, so glad you like them xo
Adorable project! Very Clever use for the box dies!
Thanks Robin :)
Thanks so much :)
I love these Emma, such a creative idea with the Love Hearts (did you eat them!!)
Thanks Sarah….I may have eaten a few?! LOL They are my husbands favs so he helped out too :)
This idea is now on my list! Beautiful project! Thanks for sharing!
Such a perfect little wedding favour – so all the guests can take a little romance from the day home with them. It’s perfect!!
Thanks so much Susan xo
What a wonderful idea! Love these favors.
Thanks so much Sara :)
So beautiful. Thank you for sharing. Can’t wait to make this.
Have fun creating them! :)
It was genius to pair the crumb cake with this paper, it is beautiful and these favours are so clever!
Thanks Rhoda the Crumb Cake really softened the papers – such a different look. xx