Display Stamper Projects – Paisley Prints

Today I'm sharing some of the projects I made for the convention display using the Paisley Prints stamp set. Yesterday I shared some using the set So Many Thanks, and Monday was Just Believe if you want to check any of those out 🙂

Baskets & Blooms die with Soft Suede card stock, and I ran it through the Big Shot with the Square Lattice embossing folder. I colored the heart stamp with Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, Rose Red and Soft Suede markers, and I took some coordinating card stock colors and ran them through my paper shredder to make the filling:


This is one of my favorites, I think I might make these for favors for Christmas dinner. I used the Two Tags die with Very Vanilla card stock (each side has two layers of Very Vanilla cs with a layer of the cardboard from a pack of dsp in the middle to make it sturdy), and I made a small open box for the middle:


This is a recycled brad container, from the side view you can see that I used the wheel on WW card stock for the sides, and the snail was wider than the strip of card stock I was adding, so I added some Dazzling Diamonds glitter to the edges:



Here is a scrapbook page I made with MDS of the day we went to choose our Christmas tree in 2008. The boys hopped up on this cool old sleigh and started goofing around and I thought it would make the perfect family Christmas card photo, since everyone that received it would know that's just how my boys are. I stamped the Christmas trees separately, cut them out, and added them to the bottom of my MDS page:


For this card I stamped the leaves and cut them out, then rolled and sponged the edges. I also used the Square Lattice embossing folder & Early Espresso 1/8" ribbon:


For this card I stamped all of the hearts separately and overlapped them, but my favorite part of this card is the sparkle…the line across the bottom is just a strip of Sticky Strip coated in Dazzling Diamonds glitter:


Thanks so much for stopping by!

5 thoughts on “Display Stamper Projects – Paisley Prints

  1. Love the brad container! I’m so glad I’ve been saving these. Love,Love, Love the glitter idea on the side of the container. Great job!

  2. You really worked hard, and by the looks of ALL your projects, you really did yourself proud! There isn’t one that I wouldn’t want to case!!! LOL 🙂

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