Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Stampin' Up Darling Doily Tag/Ornament Holdler with Delicate Ornament Tags/Ornaments

That title is sure a mouthful, eh!

I'm late getting my blog done again today so I'll get right to my project:

I used Stampin' Up's Darling Doily Thinlit Die (Retired) and made a tag holder box out of it with a SU Festive Flower belly band to hold some Delicate Ornament tags that I designed. 

The above picture shows the whole ensemble that I designed.

Here is the SU Darling Doily tag holder box with the SU Festive Flower belly band.

The belly band is 1/2" wide x 7 1/2" long.  I used SU's Real Red Envelope paper to make the petals of the flower and the belly band and SU's Old Olive Cardstock to make the leaves.  I punched two flower centers using SU's Crushed Curry Cardstock and crossed them together.  I added a small, punched circle to the very center.

The flower is so pretty.  I made it using SU's Festive Flower Builder Punch.  You can also stamp the veins in the flower petals and leaves using SU's Reason for the Season Stamp Set.  I chose to leave the petals and leaves solid.  I LOVE this punch.  You can make and layer all different sizes of poinsettia flowers for Christmas or change the color of the cardstock and make some Spring flowers.

Above is a picture of the dimensions for the back of the tag holder box that I designed.  I used Whisper White cardstock cut at 4"x4 3/4".  I started scoring using my SU Simply Scored Scoring Tool with the 4 3/4" edge at the top.  Score at 1 1/4" and 3 1/2".  (I forgot to put the scoring dimensions on the dimension paper in the above picture.)  Turn left and score at 2 3/4". 

Fold up on all score lines.  Cut flaps at each score line up to the first score line.  Fold and adhere corners like the side of a box. 

I die cut one SU Darling Doily out of SU Whisper White Cardstock.  I scored 3 sides at 7/8". Cut flaps at each score line up to the first score line.  Fold and adhere corners like the side of a box. I adhered the front and back of the box together at the sides and bottom using MonoMulti Purpose glue.

For my tags/ornaments, I die cut 4 of the long SU Delicate Ornament Thinlits Dies; 2 from SU Old Olive Cardstock and 2 from SU Real Red Cardstock.  

I also die cut 4 of the ornament caps; 2 from SU's Gold Foil Paper and 2 from SU's Silver Foil Paper.  I punched 4 scalloped circles; 2 from SU's Gold Glimmer Paper and 2 from SU's Silver Glimmer Paper, using SU's 2" Scalloped Circle Punch.   

Using SU's Stampin' Dimensionals, I adhered the Scalloped Circles to the Cardstock Ornaments.  I did the same with SU's Gold and Silver small foil doilies.

I stamped 4 of the bulb image from SU's Lots of Joy Stamp Set on SU Whisper White Cardstock; 2 using SU's Old Olive Ink and 2 using SU's Real Red Ink.  I then punched the centers of the ornaments out using SU's 1 3/8" Circle Punch.  These were adhered to the ornaments using SU's Stampin' Dimensionals.

Using MonoMulti Purpose glue, I adhered SU's Winter Wonderland Embellishments to the centers of each ornament.

Look at the height I achieved with the Stampin' Dimensionals.  Awesome!!!

Phew, that was a long; but, fun post.  Hope you enjoyed it and made it to the end!  =)

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This is my first blog and it is still under construction.  I have yet to receive my Watermark so the picture's are copyright Lynn A. Gauthier, 2015 Stampin' Up. 

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1 comment:

  1. WOW GIRLFRIEND......This is AMAZING! When I get back to Arizona....I'm making one of these. THANKS for sharing.