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L is for Lovely….

18 Dec

Good Morning!  I can’t tell you how relieved I am to be back to creating something that is not Christmas themed!    Oh how I have missed my bows and butterflies! LOL!!  Take a look at these…

This is my usual style!  For this weeks alphabet challenge, Dani has asked us to use the first letter of our name (I think).  Well thank goodness she gives us loads of leeway on the rules of her challenges because I couldn’t think of anything that I wanted to create with the letter L so I just did what ever I wanted! LOL!!  My friend Yvonne sent this lovely rolled flower to me, I believe it was cut using her Cricut.  I just rolled it up using my quilling tool.  After making this one I just couldn’t stop there, so I made two more 🙂

For this flower I used my EK Success dimensional dahlia punch and again, rolled it  with my quilling tool.  The stamp I used is by Stampin’ Up – Bring on the Cake.  The background for the sentiment was made using a circle and a corner punch.  This is a bit complicated to do as there is math involved and you need to measure out where you need to punch.

Yvonne sent this flower die cut to me as well!  They are so pretty, I’m going to see if I can bribe her into sending me some more!

Have a great day!

Lisa 🙂

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Wine Bottle Gift Tags…

7 Dec

This is my first attempt at Gift Tags for Wine Bottles…  I am making these for the Craft Market at Bishops Landing that starts on Thursday night.  http://bishopslanding.com/waterfrontchristmas/  Check this one out…

I’m not sure how popular this sort of thing will be, but I think I will make some more.  Wine is a pretty popular gift to give at Christmas right?  I used the Stampin’ Up Bring on the Cake stamp set for the sentiment.  Here’s a look at the whole tag…

I used a Martha Stewart corner punch to make the background die cut for the sentiment and cut a circle in a spiral from the outside to the middle with a pair of edged scissors to make the flower.  I just rolled it up with my quilling tool and added some stickles to give it some sparkle.  So Simple but oh so pretty!

Have a great day!

Lisa 🙂