Twinkling Congratulations

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Ahhh, how peaceful and serene is this card? A change away from the Festive theme that I’ve had going on the past few weeks and can suit any occasion – with the gorgeous starry sky and the subtles colours to accompany it.

To add layers to this card, I used a circle of vellum – which also adds a backdrop to the sentiment and provides the perfect area for some glimmer stars. Completed with a quick ‘congratulations’ sentiment, which can be changed out to suit.

I absolutely love this card and the Designer Series Paper (DSP) used, I really didn’t want to cut into it, but it makes such a lovely background and serves this card justice.

How are you finding the Twinkle Twinkle suite? Let me see what you’ve made..

Best Wishes,
Suzanne

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No Glue Triangle Box

Squeeee! I absolutely love making baby projects.. it reminds me of when my own children were small. The Twinkle Twinkle suite takes me straight back to those times and the little gifts that you get for your new arrivals. But I didn’t want to keep using the Designer Series Paper (DSP) in all of my projects, so adapted slightly by using the Subtles DSP stack – which opens you up to so many colours to be used.

This little no glue triangular box is perfect for mini treats or perhaps be used as a table gift at a baby shower or christening / baptism. The best part? These can be very quickly put together if making multiples of them and they’re so adorable, I’m sure you’ll agree.

Whilst I have gone with a baby pink, using the DSP stacks allows you to utilise any colour you wish!

Best Wishes,
Suzanne

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Twinkle Twinkle Bag

 

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Ahhhhhhh, how cute is the elephant in this stamp set? I absolutely adore it and the best part – it comes with a baby elephant too! Now of course, you can’t have a baby elephant without making something baby related.. and that’s what I’ve done here.

Originally, this was meant to be a 4″ x 4″ x 4″ box with a lid. But as you’ll see from my video, that quickly changed when I randomly pitched the box base and turned it into a wide bag. It’s amazing how these ideas come to you at the most random times.

A full punched holes and some gorgeous striped ribbon and we have a bag that can house a fair number of sweet treats for mum, booties or bibs for baby or even a mixture of the two?

Best Wishes,
Suzanne

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020918 – Twinkle Twinkle Designer Series Paper Bag

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