Perfect spiced paisley pattern…

These are the make and take projects I did at my friend, Ruth’s, craft evening recently.  They’re a variation on the make and takes we made at my upline, Michelle’s, crafting day a little while back.  I loved them so much I just had to share…

I love the spiced paisley stamp set, available in the mini catalogue until the end of April 2012.  This stamp set is such great value at just £20.95 for a set of 7 stamps in wood mount, or £16.95 in clear mount. 

We stamped a random pattern over a piece of 12”x12” whisper white cardstock, and then with a little cutting and scoring, made a box and cards from it.  We stamped on the envelopes to make a complete matching set. And nothing went to waste – we even made a matching bookmark from the offcuts. 

Everyone did really well and were very proud of what they produced as they had taken a blank piece of card and turned it into something so pretty with just a little stamping, cutting and scoring. 

That’s what I love so much about Stampin’ Up!  Their products are so fabulous that they make it so easy to produce such great, professional results!  Thank you Stampin Up! 


All papercraft supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card recipe: stamps:  spiced paisley, thank you kindly, friendly words wheel, triple treat flower, tiny tags; cardstock: whisper white, certainly celery, soft suede; inks: so saffron, certainly celery, pool party, soft suede, pumpkin pie, river rock; accessories: pear pizzazz seam binding ribbon, stamp-a-majig, tombow multipurpose glue, antique brad, stampin dimensionals, fancy flower punch, five petal flower punch, jewellery tag punch, scallop trim corner punch, two tags die, big shot machine, mini envelopes. 

Thanks for dropping by today

One Comment to “Perfect spiced paisley pattern…”

  1. Such lovely simple ideas but very effective with a lovely fresh colour scheme !
    Jane x

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