Monday, December 9, 2019

Make It Monday: Frosted Seasons Gift Pouch


I was inspired by a project my Stampin' Up! friend Mary Ann Curtis at Stamp Around the Corner did recently. She made a stunningly beautiful pillow box using the Peaceful Boughs bundle. Click here to see her original design. 

I substituted the Winter Woods stamp set and In the Woods dies to try my hand at a simplified version of her design. This was one of the projects we made at Simply Sweet Stamp Club this past Thursday.

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The Snowfall Accents Puff Paint has been a hot seller this season, and I can see why! It makes gorgeous frosty accents on your project.


"Make It" Instructions
  1. Insert gift inside an assembled Pillow Box.
  2. Add a strip of tear tape lengthwise across the top. This will help the ribbon lay flat and stay in place in the next step. 
  3. Wrap Real Red Ruched Ribbon around box lengthwise and tie off with bow.
  4. Die cut a medium stitched oval with Stitched Shapes dies (2nd largest) in Very Vanilla cardstock.
  5. Stamp sentiment from Winter Woods stamp set on oval in Mossy Meadow ink.
  6. Adhere sentiment oval to a die cut large scalloped oval from Layering Oval dies (2nd largest) in Gold Glimmer Paper. 


  7. Adhere assembled oval layer to front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  8. Die cut 3 pine branches from In the Woods dies in Mossy Meadow cardstock.
  9. Use Snowfall Accents Puff Paint to flock pine needles. (Shake puff paint, randomly adhere paint in sections, and use heat tool to “puff” set.)
  10. Tuck pine branches under sentiment oval with Glue Dots.


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