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Monday, November 10, 2008

Pointsetta Box

Two posts in one day! Aren't I the over achiever!


I've made another box and matching 3 x3 note cards. The box is made with Real Red card stock and embossed in white using the Baroque Motifs wheel. I also decorated the note cards with the same materials. The flowers are made from my world famous 'Fabulous Flowers' recipe. You can also learn how to make these simple flowers. The details can be found on my previous post here.


Thanks again for taking the time to read my blog,
Michelle

7 comments:

E.T said...

looks absolutely beautiful!

ChrissyM said...

Gorgeous set!

Susan Shields said...

Hey Michelle, This is absolutely stunning!!! Wish you were here to teach me how to do those lovely flowers!

Creations by Patti said...

OMG - I ran across your box at the Carfty Planet (whatever it's called). I lvoe this box and I especially love the colors - Yummie. They are my favorite. I didn't buy the wheel but I may have to consider it! Yikes - this is so darn beautiful - it knocks my socks off and now I have to go find them! Love love love this! You will understand when you see my blog www.creationsbypatti.blogspot.com where lots of things made in my fav: red & white! sigh...........

Nancy said...

OMGosh, what a beautiful set, Michelle! I made a some of your flowers, but a friend of mine snagged them and used them in a hair piece for her daughter before I could get a picture to send you!

Marie said...

Wow!!! I love these pointsettas. I'm so casing them. Lots of Love - Marie

Kathynruss said...

Three words: O M G! This is gorgeous. I bow to you! I've been gonna play with your flowers in red and black for poinsettias. Will share what I come up with if I am successful. Am also going to cut bottom layer apart to spread the petals out. Saw that somewhere! LOL