Thursday, November 3, 2011

Petal Cone - Santa


I'm blessed to have followers who inspire me. Not only do they inspire me they also spice up my creativity. I do believe we all need one another as craft artist and I just want to thank you all out there :)

Today, I would like to share a casing I made from Mary's Craft Room :) I saw it in her blog last September and have been planning to make these. I just tweeked and spruced some parts. Thanks, Mary for sharing your inspiration from your daughter :)

Here's a set of them. I just can't stop making them too :)


Supplies used:
Punches:
- Scallop Circle Punch #119854(with silver glitter for the hat rim)
- Scallop Oval Punch #119856 (for the bottom edge of the hat rim)
- Large Oval Punch #119855(Santa's face)
- Cupcake Builder Punch #121807(for the eyes and holly berry)
- Itty Bitty Punch Pack #118309(circle - for the nose)
- Boho Blossom Punch #119858(large flower - for the pom pom tip of Santa's hat)
- 2-Step Bird Building Punch #117191 (for Santa's mustache)

BigShot Tools:
- Textured Impression Embossing Folder #119277(TIEF - Elegant Lines)
- Petal Cone Die #121810

Cardstock:
- Real Red (for the box and nose)
- Blush Blossom or Blushing Bride (for the cheeks)
- Basic Black (for the eyes)
- Whisper White
- Spruce (Pear Pizzazz)
- Cherry Cobbler Red (hollies)

Other Supplies:
- 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon - Real Red #109034
- Glitter Paper - Silver #124005
- Not SU Punch for the cypress leaf with the holly berry
- Tempting Turquoise Ink Pad #100814 (to smudge edge of mustache)

Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. Please visit my blog and my Stampin Up Website! Have a nice day!

10 comments:

Mary said...

Kay, I LOVE your take on my creation! These are just too cute! Wouldn't these be cute sitting on the table as name cards? Or to hold small treats for friends, family or co-workers? Thanks for the link back to my blog, I appreciate it and LOVE your blog for the many wonderful ideas you share with all of us!

Jaqueline said...

Love your Petal Cone Idea! Can you tell what color paper you used for the Santa's face

Jackie

lisa808 said...

Wow, super cute Santa treat boxes. This die sure is versatile.

jimlynn said...

Fantastic!!! This is just way too cute. Love 'em.
Lynn

Gail S. said...

Kay - super cute! I love the glitter paper that you added - just perfect for Christmas!

Carol Carriveau said...

Fabulous - so bright and pretty and FUN!

-Susan- said...

Kay I LOVE your santa and tried making one of my own. Did you have any problems punching the sliver glitter papper? I broke my scallop edge punch on the first try!!

Sandy Kanapilly said...

absolutely LOVE your boxes!!! thanks for sharing ;)
sandy

Sandi's Stamping Sala said...

Wow!!! Thanks for sharing - I think! After seeing this, I had to invest in the die, the premium crease pad (it really does make a difference) and some more sliver glimmer paper. Having completed my fisrt Santa, I'm so happy I did!

Nadia said...

I made the copy of it...but with a cookie :) You can see it tommorrow on my blog here http://cakecreationsforyou.blogspot.com/
Thank you so much for inspiration!

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