Friday, 17 July 2015

A little Home Decor project–using Scallop Circle Punches from Stampin’ Up!

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Hello and welcome to my new Blog !



I have been asked by many of my Facebook followers whether I have a Blog and finally decided to take the plunge and dive into the world of Blogging.  I have to send a very grateful thanks to my wonderful friend Lea Denton who has spent a great deal of her free time making this Blog a reality for me.  Without her, there would be no Blog – as I am a technical numpty !!!   
Please take the time to visit Lea’s own wonderful Blog called “The Crafty Spark” http://www.thecraftyspark.co.uk/ It’s packed full of her brilliant projects.   Like me, Lea also sells kits of her various projects and more besides !!
I do hope you will pop by periodically to see what I have been up to.
I decided to try a little home decor !!
You will find instructions on how to create this Chrystanthemum Flower here on my You Tube Channel :


Flower Decor
I was accompanying my daughter on a trip to The Range when I stumbled across these fantastic little box frames which were, from memory, under £3.  I decided these would be ideal for adding a bright splash of colour to my craft room.   I have made these Chrystanthemums in the past using scallop circle dies.   But for this project I used my 2 3/8 and 1 3/8 Scallop Circle Punches.  It was a super quick and easy project.    I do hope you like it and why not give it a try.   

These flowers are fantastic for using as toppers for your gift packaging too !!   Both punches are available from me via my on-line shop.  


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11 comments:

  1. Hello Linda. Congratulations on your blog. Love all your makes as you know :-) I love that frame - like to have a go at that. Look forward to seeing more. Anne x

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  2. Hello Linda. Congratulations on your blog. Love all your makes as you know :-) I love that frame - like to have a go at that. Look forward to seeing more. Anne x

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  3. Thank you so much Anne - I am so pleased you like it. I hope you feel inspired to make one :)

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  4. Sorry I sent that comment twice! Feel free to delete one :-) x

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  5. Congratulations on starting your blog Linda, love your layout.
    Just watched your tutorial for making Chrystanthemums and now I need to add these punches to my collection.
    Beautiful colours.
    Christine xx

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    1. Thanks Christine - pleased you like both the Blog and Chrysanthemums xx

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  6. Hi Linda.....So happy for you and us that follow your wonderful crafts to have this blog! That frame and chrystanthemum is so exquiste!!! Love it
    Carmen

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    1. Thank you so much Carmen. That's lovely x

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  7. Hello Linda,
    I love your idea's. Thank you for sharing. I have just tried the flower, and it is stunning. Thank you.

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  8. How Funny!!! I spotted these in the Range too and bought a bunch of them but haven't got round to using them yet. this is a really nice idea for them.

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