Sunday, April 3, 2016

Creation Station Blog Hop | Botanical Blooms



Hello and welcome. Thank you for stopping by! I'm so excited today to be able to share some more fantastic news. I was asked a couple of weeks ago by the ever fabulous Dena Rekow of The Creativity Cave fame to be part of the Creation Station monthly blog hops. First I was super blown away and then super excited to be a part of this super creative, international Stampin' Up! Demonstrators who can't help but to share what they love. I am so very honoured and humbled to be part of this wonderful group of crafters! This is my last design team, for now. I promise!

So with that I have my first blog hop with the Creation Station gals and I'm so excited to welcome you to my blog. If you came from Holly's blog thank you for clicking on to me.  Today's theme is spring flowers using the Botanical Blooms Bundle. It may not be spring here in Australia I can still have a play with the Botanical Blooms Bundle and create something floral like for you.

I've got three creations for you today using the Botanical Builder Framelits, a card and two gift packaging items made with the Gift Box Punch Board and the Gift Bag Punch board. Those two boards just make it so easy to create beautiful gift packaging quickly.


All creations use the same elements with the Pink Pirouette Botanical Bloom as the main focus and then accented by the Shine On DSP, Vellum, Softly Falling Embossing Folder and Silver Glimmer Paper.


I started with the Shine On DSP as a base, love that DSP, and then layered the elements from there. Make sure when sticking vellum to your card stock that you hide your adhesive under other elements so that you cant see it. On this card I've put glue dots behind the Botanical Bloom, the ribbon and used the edge of the Natural Expression element to adhere that side of the velum to the card. You can't even tell.


This bag is made with the Gift Bag Punch Board. You can easily make the flap for the top of the bag using the board too. Check out the video below for more details.


These framelits dies make it so easy to put together gorgeous and fabulous creations! Three/four die cuts and you've got a gorgeous floral bloom. 

Tip: When making gift boxes and bags out of vellum press lightly when scoring otherwise you will tear on the fold lines or they will crack when folding your boxes and bags together.

Check out the video below on how to do the flap on the Gift Bag. Too easy!


I hope that you have enjoyed my very first Creation Station Blog Hop and I'm so looking forward

Click on next to the super talented Mikaela
http://thecraftyoinkpen.blogspot.com.au/2016/04/creation-station-blog-hop-botanical.html

Or if you are hopping in reverse click to go back to the lovely Holly

http://hollyshobbs.blogspot.com.au/2016/04/spring-flowers-with-creation-station.html

Thanks so much for stooping by and being part of my first Creation Station Blog Hop.
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15 comments:

  1. Rochelle, I am so excited to have you in our design team and you made such amazing projects!! Thank you so much for joining us! These boxes and bags are just stunning!!! I really love them! Now, I just need some time to CASE!!! Well done!!!

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  2. The pink and black is stunning and love the added silver glimmer. Beautiful.

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  3. So beautiful and elegant. Would be lovely for a special shower or wedding event.

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  4. A beautiful set of creations, Rochelle. I love your vellum gift box! and thanks for the tip re: scoring. You have been busy yourself ;) D x

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  5. I absolutely love the color combo - I would've never picked them and they work wonderfully together! Love the vellum box and he vellum layer. Great way to hide the adhesive on the vellum!

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  6. Wow, great projects! I love the contrast of the black and pink - so pretty!!

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  7. Amazing projects! I love them all, especially the silver glimmer leaves...genius!

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  8. Are your leaves what you used the silver glimmer paper for? They really look strange but pretty. I too love the pink and black combo. Gerogous! Thanks for sharing. Congrats on joining the club.

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  9. These absolutely beautiful Rochelle. I'm so pleased to be hopping with you. I adore your choice of colours and textures … really beautiful x

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  10. SO stylish Rochelle, just gorgeous

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  11. Rochelle: I wasn't thrilled with the Botannical Builders Framelits but your beautiful projects have changed my mind! This gift set is simply stunning!

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Thank You for taking the time to comment on my creations! I really love to hear what you think and will try to respond as soon as I can! Rochelle xo