I have some lovely papers from Papermania Signature called Blueberry Hill. I love the colours and the patterns. I covered a set of three hexagonal boxes in the floral blue and floral pink patterns. The embellishments are tiny paper roses, handmade labels and hearts, organza and satin bows.
I think the boxes are just perfect for giving gifts of jewellery, although I love them so much I might not be able to part with them just yet.
I thought I'd share a recent project with you. This is a mini tag book. It is made using four small envelopes, some of the lovely papers from Papermania Nostalgia Warm papers and some of my plain cardstock.
I love the little dragonfly brads and the different heart embellishments.
Making little tag books like this is a great way of using tiny scraps of paper that I just can't bring myself to throw away.
I have used this idea as a birthday card previously, writing special quotes on each tag before placing it in the envelope.
Hello again. I love crafting days. Sometimes we have a set project and other times we just go with the flow. This particular project was something Mum wanted to try. The original inspiration was a wedding cake box with an attached lid but I had a little trouble with getting mine to close so I adapted the pattern and made a separate lid on my box. I used floral paper from K&Company Life's Journey pad to cover the box. The decorations are a skeleton leaf, some dried rose buds, a heart embellishment and a lovely tassel. The bow was from some ribbon I had on a gifted teapot. You can also see a small sticker padlock at the front of the box. Far too nice to just put a piece of cake in!