Bloomin' Love Bundle: Not just for Valentine's

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So... Have you gotten all of your "wants" from the Occasions catalogue yet? Was the Bloomin' Love Bundle on your list? I must admit flowery heart sets aren't usually my thing, but when Stampin' Up! sent me this bundle to present at OnStage, I instantly fell in love with it!

At first glance this set may look like a Valentine's set but it's not; It is SO much more. So don't be packing this bundle away just because the big day has passed.

Today I'm sharing a pillow gift that I made for my roommate when her and I were at OnStage in November. Inside was a variety of SU goodies for her to play with.

My colour combo is Rose Red, Garden Green, Crumb Cake, and Soft Suede, which was inspired by the coordinating Love Blossoms DSP.

I stamped the flower images on the Muslin bag with Rose Red ink. To get it so vibrant I stamped it 3 times... pull out that Stamp-a-ma-jig!

The tag is the Note Tag Punch and I stamped it with Garden Green and Soft Suede Ink.


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The beautiful flowers were created with the Bloomin' Heart Thinlits. This set of thinlits includes 2 little coordinating flowers. To create these 3D flowers I cut out 4 large and 4 small flowers (The smaller flower is only 4 small flower cut outs). I then sponge daubed their edges with Rose Red Ink and layered them together. Once they were all glued together, I scrunched them up, fluffed them up, to give them some texture. To finish them off, I placed a pearl in their centres.

To finish everything off I added Linen Thread and pearls from the Love Blossoms Embellishment Kit.

Can't you just see this as Bridesmaids gift or a cute Mother's Day present? So elegant!

Thanks for stopping in today, have a great weekend and happy creating!






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2 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing how you made those beautiful flowers!

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  2. a wonderful project; thank you for a well written tutorial!

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