Haven't said it today, but I truly love the Scalloped Tag Topped Punch, just so much you can do with it. And today's What's Up With Stampin' Up! Video is another prime example.
Wouldn't you like to get something in this adorable box? It also uses the very versatile Spiral Flower Originals Die, that I am calling the Simple Flower Die on many occasions. Isn't it something how you get a name in your head and then you just can't get it out? Well at least in my world that is what happens.
I did a video, click here to view, on how to make this Simple Flower and I did it as a tag. If you have not seen that flower made you may want to watch that video.
I had never used these Mini Metallic Clothespins before my stamp retreat. Well I am here to say they are the cutest little things. They only measure 1" x 1 1/4" and you get 24 pieces 12 that are gold and 12 that are silver.
I so love it when Stampin' Up! comes out with paper stacks. These are just a sample of our beautiful designer paper. They come with 48 sheets; 4 each of 12 double-sided designs that measure 4 1/2" x 6 1/2" Perfect for project like this.
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- #100730 Whisper White 1 15/16" x 10 Scored at 2"x 4", 6" & 8". Another piece measuring 2 1/2" x 10 Scored at 2", 4", 6" & 8" then flip vertical and score at 1/4" & 2 1/4". On this piece you will cut out, starting at the top, every other 1/4" x 2" section on both sides
- #132996 Fresh Prints Designer Series Paper Stack 1 3/4" x 1 3/4"
- #126861 Gumball Green Cardstock Small piece for the leaf
- #129953 & #129955 I used two pieces of Core'dinations Cardstock measuring 4" x 4" on Real Red from the Brights Collections and a Cherry Cobbler from the Regals Collections you can use one sheet and just use cardstock