I created a card, prayer card holder (or it could even be a gift card holder), and a treat box. I used Once Upon a Springtime papers.
I love the pink and green with chocolate brown. It is a combo that makes me happy!
I used Our Daily Bread Designs stamps that match Spellbinders die templates. If you love that tiny flower, read on for a tutorial on how to make it!
I like scripture stamps. I buy them all the time, I even make my own on the computer (digi stamps). You cannot have too many stamps with the Word of God on them!
I created this little folder to hold papers for jotting down prayer requests and praise reports. But it is also the perfect size for a gift card.
You could change out the inside sentiment if you wanted to place something else into the folder.
My amazing friend Jacquie (who now has a blog!) taught me how to make this treat box. Maybe she will put a tutorial on her new blog!
I put a candle into my box. I think I was out of candy the day I did my photo shoot, if you want the truth! You can put anything you want in there! It's perfect for flavored tea bags, treats, and more.
Ok, now here is that tutorial for making the tiny rolled rose.
Supplies Needed:Spellbinders™ Presto Punch™Machine
Spellbinders Presto Punch Starter Pack Punch Templates - Flower
Cardstock or heavy weight designer paper
Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue - Star Dust
Paper piercing tool
Glue (Tombow Mono Liquid or similar)
1.Using the Presto Punch machine, punch 4 flowers with the flower punch template. (Note: you can make the flower with any one inch flower punch or die cut.) Yes, these are TINY!
2. Cut one flower into a spiral with sharp scissors.
3. Roll the spiral flower onto a piercing tool or similar.
4. Glue the bottom of the flower to the rolled shape, to create a rose.
5. Cut a slit between two petals of flower #1. Cut out one petal of the flower #2 (it will look like a piece of pie). Cut two petals from flower #3, as shown.
6. Wrap flowers 1, 2, and 3 into a cone shape and glue. Cut the points from flowers 2 and 3, as shown below.
7. Assemble the rose by stacking each layer, and gluing together. Place the rolled rose into the cone created from flower #3.
8. Once your flower is glued together, you may add some Stickles or glitter to it, or even spray it again with a sparkling mist.
See, tiny! Smaller than a quarter!
Graphic 45 paper: Once Upon a Springtime (Fairy Folk, Woodland Fantasy, Primrose Cottage)
Cardstock: Bazzill, Neenah, American Crafts
Stamps: Our Daily Bread Designs, StampingScrapping
Ink: Clearsnap Colorbox Fluid Chalk (rose coral, chestnut roan), Memento rich cocoa
Embellishments: ribbon from the fabric store, glitter glue from Ranger Stickles, eyelets from We R Memory Keepers
Tools: Machines from Spellbinders (Grand Calibur, Spellbinders Presto Punch), Dies from Spellbinders (Labels Eighteen, Labels Five, Labels Four Small, Fleur de lis Accents, Presto Punch flower), Scoring board from Scor-pal, Crop-a-dile from We R Memory Keepers, Bow Easy from Posi-Bendr Company
Adhesive: Scotch 3M, Tombow