Saturday, February 26, 2011

Petal Cone Die Box

Today's post is another thing I've been thinking about for a few weeks.  At our last Red Hot Stampers meeting our upline, Glenda, had all of us cut out two of the Petal Cone Dies using any color we wanted, and you guessed it....she asked us  to make something out of it.  For some odd reason I chose Always Artichoke ~ don't ask me why~ and now I needed to figure out what to do with it.  Well, that's where these challenges come to the rescue!  I saw challenge 56 from Hand Stamped Sentiments.  It was all about dies, and that's what I was doing.  So I decided to do a box and put some kind of flower on top... 


...but what color  should I use for my flower?  That's where my next challenge, #41 from Stampin' Celebration helped out.  I love the colors they put out there for us to use.  This challenge has shadowing on the table cloth that makes it appear green and the flowers were just the color I needed to go with Always Artichoke.


Thanks to all the ladies out there who put a lot of time and effort into these challenges for us!

I finally came up with this lovely box.  Not sure what kind of flower I would call it, but I think it looks similar to some pictures I've seen of some dahlias, so I'll go with that. :)  



Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Card Stock:  Always Artichoke, Rich Razzleberry & Whisper White
Classic Stampin' Pads:  Rich Razzleberry & So Saffron
Big Shot Dies:  Petal Cone & Daisies Flower #2
Punches:  Boho Blossoms & 1/2" Circle
Ribbon:  5/8" Grosgrain in Rich Razzleberry
Jewels:  Basic Pearls

I sponged the daisies with Rich Razzleberry and So Saffron then attached the three layers of the large daisy to each other and curled each layer to my liking.  I repeated the same step with two layers of the medium daisies and one layer of the small daisy. I attached it to the box with velcro, so it's relatively easy on and off.





13 comments:

  1. Oh My -- this project is lovely. I love the way you created the flower (I love flowers)and your color selection. Very Pretty! Thank you so much for joining the Hand Stamped Sentiments challenge. Keep on participating!

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  2. Sara this is sooo pretty - you sure do a bang up job!!

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  3. This is fabulous!! What a neat box and that flower is gorgeous! Thanks for playing along at Stampin' Celebration!

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  4. That flower is gorgeous! Great job. I would have been stuck with an Always Artichoke box too, but you made it beautiful. Thank you for joining us at Hand Stamped Sentiments this week.

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  5. All I can say is WOW!!!!! The flower is just stunning. Thank you for playing along with us at Hand Stamped Sentiments.

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  6. Wow Sara!!! This is absolutely gorgeous!! Love how you inked the edges of the flower petals. Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Stampin' Celebration!!!

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  7. This is beautiful. I have that die but have never made this flower. I will have to play with it this way. Thanks for joining us this week at HSS.

    Robbie

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  8. This is just gorgeous!! That flower reminds me of my grandma's favorite flower. She loved mums so much! :) Love your beautiful details! Thanks so much for playing along with the Hand Stamped Sentiments die-cut challenge this week. So happy you joined us :)

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  9. Love, Love, Love the flower. It reminds me of a lily pad flower. I also love your color combo. Just gorgeous. Thanks for playing at Hand Stamped Sentiments.

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  10. This flower is so delicate and beautiful. A gorgeous project. Thanks for joinging us at HSS

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  11. Very pretty! Great use for the Daisies die. And I like the velcro idea too! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Stampin' Celebration!

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  12. Lovely! Beautiful color combo and that flower is just awesome. Thanks for playing along with us at the SCIC this week!

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  13. Beautiful flower! Thanks for playing at the Stampin' Celebration blog!

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Thank you for your comments. I read everyone! If you ever wonder how I've made something I'd be glad to let you know! Sara

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