Thanks (so much)

8:19 PM Jessica Brigden 5 Comments

Creative "thank you" projects is the challenge today over at Hand Stamped Sentiments.  I thought this cute fabric rosette key fob and coordinating gift box that I made for one of my Stampin' Up! Workshop hostesses was just perfect! Erika Clark has a great step by step tutorial for the fabric rosette.
The Gift Box:
Stamps:  Tiny Tags #118592 $16.95, Daydream Medallions #126467 $26.95
Paper:  Pink Pirouette, Whisper White
Ink:  Riding Hood Red, Pink Pirouette, Baja Breeze
Accessories:  Floral Frames Framelits #127012 $26.95, Bitty Box XL Die (retired)
Fabric Ribbon Rosette Key Fob:
Jumbo Sticky Rounds #127852 $4.95 I love these - They're like giant glue dots!
Twitterpated Fabric #125412 $9.95
Subtles Designer Buttons #119745 $8.95
Large Pearl Basic Jewels #125577 $4.95
Certainly Celery Ribbon (retired)
Felt (for the backing)
Hot Glue Gun
Silicone Craft Sheet #127853 $5.95 An absolutely must have for working with hot glue!  Nothing sticks to this sheet which makes clean up a breeze!

And here's another variation that I showed my Creative "Card"-iologist team members how to make at our last play date.  This rosette uses the retired Spring Vintage fabric from Stampin' Up!
Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Stamping,
Jessica

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5 comments:

  1. Cute stuff! I love the addition of the gift box for the rosette. Glad you joined us this challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments. Smiles, Elizabeth

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  2. They are adorable! I love the colors you picked for the flowers. Btw, i agree, the silicone sheet is a must have, it's a game changer for me. And thank you for the link back and the kind message you left:) Thanks for joining us at HSS! Erika

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  3. Very Cute!!! Great gift set!!! Love the color combos you used!!! So soft and pretty!!! Thanks for playing along with Hand Stamped Sentiments, Diane

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  4. Wow! What a great idea for a gift set. I love the rosette key fob. Thanks for playing along with Hand Stamped Sentiments.

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  5. So pretty! I have a ton of SU fabric and haven't played with it enough, may have to try this after the holidays. Thanks for playing with HSS.

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