Today is my first official post as part to the Artists on the Block Design Team. I have created a wonderful candy dish using the Eileen Hull/ Sizzix XL Scoreboard Die
along with Graphic 45
I first stained the sides of the Artist Block with Spiced Marmalade Distress Stain and while it was drying...
I cut and rolled 75 or so flower petals using my McGill Flower Roller and Mat....
to make these dimensional flowers for my box.
I used the Graphic 45 Birdsong Collection for my Artist Box
, adding some clear green beads as legs and fussing cutting some of the patterns for the paper; i.e. flag, lanterns, lady, umbrella, etc. and adding it to my Artist Box with adhesive and pop dots.
I love metal and ribbons, so I try to incorporate in my designs as much as possible.
I also added branches that I cut out of a River Birch Tree I have in my back yard that has little buds and added my flowers and leaves using a hot glue gun.
Filling it full of Raspberry Kisses along with scattered blossoms and leaves I think it makes for the perfect unique candy dish. I hope you enjoyed my candy box today and think about how you can use the Scoreboard Die from Eileen Hull/Sizzix
to make some easy and fun gift ideas. Don't forget to stop by The Artists on the Block Blog
to see other inspiring projects. Hugs Pammejo
Eileen Hull/Sizzix XL Scoreboard Die
Graphic 45 Birdsong Collection
5 Petal die cut
McGill Flower Tool and Mat
T/H Spiced Marmalade Stain
Various metal, ribbon, beads, twigs
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Wonderful creation and awesome use of the papers and ATBs, thanks for sharing your steps!!ReplyDelete
Pam, this is stunning!!!! ^.^ReplyDelete
Absolutely fabulous, Pam. I love the beads you used for legs. They actually look like oriental lanterns. The whole box is beautiful! Your work is always so wonderful!ReplyDelete
Stunning!!! I just got this die (at least I think it's the same (the one that has AB and C)?? This is fantastic inspiration! Love those cherry blossoms to go with the branches, brilliant!ReplyDelete
Hey, this looks familiar, LOL. It is so lovely Pam. Thanks for joining us at Inspiration Journal this month. =)ReplyDelete
Stunning, Pam! Absolutely stunning!!! The work you've put into this...my goodness...it's just so pretty!ReplyDelete
This is a beautiful creation. What a wonderful idea for a gift that would be a pleasure to receive.ReplyDelete
Really beautiful Pam! Amazing!!ReplyDelete
Oh Pam, this is gorgeous! Love everything about it. What an outstanding gift this would be as an Easter hostess present.ReplyDelete