Hello friends and welcome to everything Well Said by the Artisan Design Team this month. This month we are making use of the Well Said Bundle and the Dear Doily Bundle.
Oh my, both of these bundles are just adorable, with such delicate die cut images.
Making this little Note Card and Gift Tag Box, enabled me to use more of the elements within the Well Written Die Set. Not just words, this die set offers leaves, a bird, a heart, a Butterfly and some flowers. It’s utterly adorable.
Petal Pink is a super soft colour to team with this type of die cut shapes. I have chosen here to team it with the softness of Pear Pizzazz and Pool Party and used Fresh Fig for the majority of the sentiments. I liked the warmth of the Fresh Fig, over simply using black.
Why I had resisted from purchasing the Lace Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, is beyond me. This embossing folder is adorable and offers such textured detail. It just had to be used as a base for this box lid. I love how the Stitched Basic Shape Dies, nest perfectly in the centre of this Doily. A real focal point.
Untie the Ribbon Bow and open up the box to reveal a split compartment for Gift Tags and 3×3″ Note cards. Simple decoration for each, there is a notecard for each Gift Tag.
Dry Embossing with your Dies
I have used the Big Shot Embossing Mats here to emboss this pretty scalloped lace edge. To avoid the embossed scalloped shape affecting the reverse of the tag, I used the actual die cut shape for the coordinating gift tag.
The Well Said Stamp Set and Well Written Thinlits can generate all sorts of sentiment combinations. It’s so versatile with it’s mix and match style.
A smaller Doily is teamed here with another Stitched Basic Shape Circle.
The Scalloped Tag Topper Punch is great for making quick and simple Gift Tags. These tags were embellished with the gorgeous Petal Pink/Whisper White Variegated Ribbon and Silver & Petal Pink Baker’s Twine.
A delicate little set, packed with lots of texture and detail. I absolutely loved merging these two suites together. Now you’ll just want to head over to see what the lovely Narelle has to share with us.
Enjoy and we’ll look forward to sharing some more inspiration with you soon.