I hope everyone had a great Holiday, i sure did!! My big surprise was a Teresa Collins Stampmaker!! I can;t wait to get home and start making my my own stamps!!!
The challenge this month for Papertrey Inks blog hop is to use leftovers, not the food kind but the wrapping, bows, ribbon etc!! Since i am traveling out of state using leftover from Christmas wasn't an option, but i happened to bring home a holiday Kleenex box from work last week that i wanted to do something with in the future. This box is perfect for the challenge. The pattern on the box is very pretty and though you can;t really tell in the pictures below, if you tilt the card this way and that it has a pretty hologram dots that sparkle.
So to use the box, i die cut one side with a spellbinders label and adhered it to a square card. Next i die cut a smaller label and stamped a pitcher and flowers. For the pitcher i used aqua mist, this is a perfect match to the color of the Kleenex's box. I used true black to stamp the small Happy Anniversary sentiment on the small label.
Across the card i used twill that i dyed with the aqua mist ink. I created a loop at one end and adhered it across the card folding it around the back at the other end. Then i adhered the small label over the twill ribbon with pop up dots. Last i rounded the corners of my card.
Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the holiday!!
Stamps: Papertrey Ink: Mixed Messages, Iconic Images
Ink: Papertrey Ink: Aqua Mist, True Black
Twill: Offray by the yard
Other: Holiday Kleenex box
Die: Spellbinders labels