Wednesday 7 March 2012

Seeds of Friendship

I've been playing with some delightful Chocolate Baroque florals - you can see my guest post on the CB Design Team blog here.

I used a computer generated seed packet "framework" along with the stamp. Glenda has made a pdf of the packet available to download, you'll find the link in the blog post if you'd like a quick starting point to make something similar - it's free and includes some instructions for putting the project together.

Here's the inside of the project, an insert with a fold at the bottom that slips into the stamped sleeve. You can stamp a sentiment or handwrite a message to the recipient (or both!) on this. The ribbon through the top keeps it closed as well as looking pretty.

Mine has an actual packet of flower seeds inside as a little gift but you could use it for any small, flat gift item (jewellery, for example, or it would make a good way to dress up a garden centre gift voucher).

Stamps: The Rose Tree (Chocolate Baroque)

Paper: Smooth white

Adirondack by Ranger (Espresso)
Jenni Bowlin by Ranger (Soap Powder)

Copic markers
Prismacolor pencils
Computer and printer
Silk ribbon
Circle punch

Thanks for stopping by - do take a look at the Chocolate Baroque Design Team Blog if you get chance, there's lots of inspiration there!


Canonbury creations said...

Fabulous idea and beautifully coloured!
Val x

tracy said...

thats just beautiful joanne :)

Kathy said...

This is so pretty and such a lovely idea

Kaz said...

What a clever idea and for such a pretty card x

Karen said...

This is just exquisite my lovely!!! xxx

salamanda said...

Love the colours and I will be checking out this download as it would make a beautiful gift.

Deborah said...

So pretty - and beautifully inked and stamped.

Paula Whittaker said...

lovely work as always Joanne

Kath said...

How lovely. What a splendid gift this would make.

Traceyr said...

Spring is definitely in the air Joanne what a wonderful way to present a gift. :)

Unknown said...

It is so perfect that it doesn't look home crafted. I can see why you are on the design team - it just so very very professional.

I'll have to look at that pdf - how generous.x