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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Monday Montage-Sweetie Pie and Roses!



We are back for another Monday Montage Blog Hop! I hope you enjoy the projects we have for you today! I really look forward to hopping through to see all of the wonderful creations that my talented friends have made!

Today I want to start with a card that I made using the new Sweetie Pie and Sweetie Pie Frames Photopolymer Stamp Sets. These two coordinating stamp sets are beyond cute!! I am hoping we get a set with some cute little boy faces really soon!

Here is my card:



I just love the little face! And it is easy to stamp the face inside of the frame because it is Photopolymer and you can see through it-perfect placement every time!

Next I have a fun spring project using the Spiral Flower Die. I have been wanting to make something with that die and I finally did!

Have a look:



A few weeks ago Bree Renwick posted a fabulous floral arrangment using the Spiral Flower Die. In her post she said she used a can from some diced tomatoes-remember? Well, I thought that was a brialliant idea (thanks for the inspiration Bree!) so I used a can for the vase for this little arrangment. What a great way to upcycle a can! I also recently noticed an amazing project by Erica Cerwin where she used the Spiral Flower Die and mixed in roses and cardstock cut like grass. Another brilliant idea since I now have my Fringe Scissors! I decided that I would fill in my vase with cardstock "grass". I love how we can get our creative juices flowing by sharing ideas! Thanks ladies!

Supply List
Sweetie Pie Card:
Stamps: Sweetie Pie and Sweetie Pie Frames Photopolymer Stamp Sets
Paper: Crumb Cake, Real Red and Whisper White Cardstock, Fresh Prints Designer Series Paper Stack
Ink: Crumb Cake, Coastal Cabana, Real Red, VersaMark, StazOn Jet Black
Accessories: Natural Trim, Dazzling Diamonds, Circles Collection Framelits, Basic Jewels Rhinestones

Roses:
Stamps: none
Paper: Pink Pirouette, Rose Red and Wild Wasabi Cardstock, Modern Medley DSP
Ink: Rose Red, Cherry Cobbler, and Crumb Cake
Accessories: Spiral Flower Die, 1/4" Scallop Circle Punch, Fringe Scissors

Thanks for stopping by! Keep on hopping to see the rest of the projects today. Click on the next button to see Kaitlyn Zumbach's awesome talent or click the back button for Elizabeth Price's fabulous project!
 

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Click here for Elizabeth Price




 

Comments:

What a cute card! I hadn't ordered the Sweetie Pie and the Sweetie Pie Frames photopolymer sets but I just might have to now! The floral arrangement is also beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

Posted by Dani Dziama on March 30, 2014 at 07:14 PM #

I was determined NOT to like the "Sweetie Pie" set ... I was SET!! I was SURE!! Epic fail ... you messed me up!! And your bouquet of flowers is so pretty! :)

Posted by Wendy W. on March 30, 2014 at 07:17 PM #

Just fantastic, both projects! Very cute and beautiful; TFS!

Posted by Donna on March 30, 2014 at 07:33 PM #

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