Friday, 2 October 2015

Poinsettia Gift Bag Tutorial using Reason for the Season by Stampin' Up

Poinsettia Gift Bag Tutorial using Reason for the Season by Stampin' Up



I think I mentioned earlier in the week, I am a little obssessed with gold heat embossing on red at the moment - at least today's project also has some silver heat embossing too!

How beautiful is that poinsettia flower (anybody know for certain the definative pronounciation?). They are really easy to make using the new Reason for the Season stamp set from Stampin' Up and the matching punch, Festive Flower Builder. 

The gold embossed one just reminds me completely of the plastic versions we had at home when I was a child - it was the 80's


The gift bag they are mounted on are a really quite decent size and the foiled top just gives them a really luxurious and professional finish - I know just what I am going to be popping in these. I just need to get round to making those too!



My colour combos, Real Red, Gold and Always Articoke, Soft Sky, Island Indigo and Silver. 


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Dimensions:
Card Stock - 11 by 5 inches

Score long side at 3-3/4, 5-1/4, 9 and 10-1/2 inches

Score short side at 1-1/2 inches



6 comments:

  1. Hi Caroline,
    Please tell what you are making to put in them

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    1. Ah ha - once I have made them I will be sure to share x x

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  2. Gorgeous as always! I've said this before, but I love your creativity! I eagerly await your email in my inbox cause I just know I'm in for a treat! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us, I do so appreciate it! Have a great weekend!

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words Sue, glad to hear you're still enjoying my projects x x hope you have a great weekend too x x

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  3. Thanks Caroline. I love these little boxes. I will add them to my 'To Do' Christmas list I think!! Thanks for sharing all your creativity. :)

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  4. Love your projects and videos.

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