For my first creative flutter I’m going to share with you an Easter candy dish that I created.
This past weekend my parents were up to visit, which for me usually means craft time with my mom- she’s a SU! Demonstrator and so she always brings lots of fun toys to play with! Well, this time one of the “toys” that she brought with was a handful of Petal Cards (made with the Big Shot die). I had remembered seeing a cute little basket made out of this diecut in the catty, and so I set about to make my own little version for Easter. Here’s what I came up with (and, of course, it involves butterflies):
I started by using the Abundant Hope stamp set to add a cute little greeting to the front of the bowl and the fancy little flourishes to the sides. I even stamped the main saying inside as a little “surprise” to be revealed as the candy was eaten. Next, in order to get the sides of my dish to stay upright I added a decorative strip around the bottom made with the cute new scalloped trim punch (ya gotta love Sale-a-bration).
At this point I just felt that there was something missing, but then I recalled a card I had seen with floating butterflies inside and decided that my box needed to be exploding with them. So, I used some of the Good Neighbor DSP (once again, ya gotta love Sale-a-bration) and cut out lots of little butterflies with the Beautiful Wings sizzlit. After that all that was left was to attach them to the dish using window sheets and crystal effects.
Stay tuned for another project from my craft weekend and our experiment with… Unmounting Stamps!