13 Aug 2009

Tissue Paper Stamping

I took an on-line class a few months ago from the marvellously talented Tania Willis, and we learned several ways to use items already in your know, instead of buying, buying, buying!! (of course, at the time I wondered what is the fun of that...)

There were several techniques that you would just bop yourself over the head and think - why didn't I think of that? - and one of them was stamping on tissue paper......easy enough....

I finally got around to making a tissue paper flower af
ter seeing this beauty from Lauren Meader! Isn't it gorgeous?

I cut several flowers from the Spellbinders Blossom Die out of green tissue paper and then stamped one of the flowers from Little Paper Shop's {Endless Arrangements} around the edges of each tissue paper flower. I crinkled up the tissue paper and then gluedotted (very technical term) each one together and then onto the card.

I rounded my flap with the Spellbinders Scalloped Circle Die and then I just added a bit of Velcro to the underside of the flap for a closure, but it would be pretty with a tie or a ribbon too!

Don't forget that Little Paper Shop has everything on sale until August 31st to celebrate their new design and their is even a freebie digital image in the new forum!! Check out all the details here!

My little granddaughter Robin just got her first tooth made me so happy and then a little sad.......she is growing up so fast.......what a mush I am.......

Stamps: {All Occasions} (Little Paper Shop) Cardstock: Frosted Kiwi (Prism) Paper: 6 x 6 Paper Pad: June Bug (Basic Grey) Ink: Vivid Dye Ink -Inky Blue (Gina K Designs) Accessories: Classic Scalloped Circles Large, Blossom, Long Rectangles Small (Spellbinders) Melon Berry Button (Papertrey Ink) Navy Button (Basic Grey) Small black pearl (unknown)


  1. Hey, that was the card you gave ME for my birthday! :)

  2. This is gorgeous, Bonnie! I love that big flower!

  3. This is too cool Bonnie! I have to try one of those flowers. Really, it's HOT! (as hot as your weather, maybe even.) ;o) Love the fold too (and that Frosted kiwi paper) You always have THE greatest papers. Ya make me wanna shop! (BAD Bonnie! heeheehee) ;o)


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