Petal Cone Grandmas gifts

These projects were my third theme that I presented at the Stampin’ Big Day Out last weekend in Auckland NZ. I decided to do a grandmas gifts theme.

In the traditional petal cone ..I put in some boiled raspberry drops. Heres a close up of it. You can see that Ive put an embossed Very Vanilla liner inside just to give it more detail.

The other projects were a flower pot of seeds. From an icecream lid,  I cut out the ribbon shape from the petal cone die and cut off the tops. I then just wrote on them  so the Grandma would have some little name stakes to put in the ground or her seed raising trays.  The other project was a pouch for some scissors although you could easily put in a hankerchief? My Daughter has been eyeing up the raspberry drops to eat..I may even let her as Im on a diet..no fun!

Heres what I used:

VeryVanilla and Cherry Cobbler Cardstock, Big shot, Petal cone die, Blossom Party die, Vintage wallpaper Embossing folder, Victoria Crochet trim, Black satin ribbon, silver glass glitter, neutrals brads, scallop trim punch, Square scallop punch (flower pot saucer), Cherry Cobbler ink, Teeny Tiny Sentiments Stamp set, Medium cellophane bag.

Come back tomorrow for the launch of our new 2011/12 Idea Book and Catalogue!

About Delyshttp://rowanz.wordpress.com/Lover of milky bars, Chocolate, fruit and coffee. Sharemilker, Mother and Wife Scrapbooker and storyteller of our lives.

One thought on “Petal Cone Grandmas gifts

  1. Delys, your beautiful projects never fail to blow my mind. Loved EVERYTHING you presented on Saturday – not to mention getting my hands on one of your gorgeous swaps! I am your number 1 fan ♥

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