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” 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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  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

  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

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

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

  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

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

  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

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

  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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