Sparkle and Shine, Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Sparkle and Shine, Bow Builder Punch, Petite Cafe Gift Bag, Engagement, Congratulations, Papercraft by Jennifer Frost

The Beyonce tune "If you like it then you shoulda put a ring on it..." was playing in my mind when I put together these projects for the Artisan Design Team blog hop this month.

Sparkle and Shine, Bow Builder Punch, White Gel Pen detail, Engagement, Congratulations, Papercraft by Jennifer Frost

The theme of the hop is "Perfect Packaging".  I find it easiest to create packaging when I have a card to match a design to - so I started with this first.   I chose to feature the Sparkle and Shine stamp set to congratulate a bride to be.  I love that beautiful gemstone - perfect imagery to represent the ring the lucky lady just had put on her finger!

Sparkle and Shine, Bow Builder Punch, Petite Cafe Gift Bag, Engagement, Congratulations, Papercraft by Jennifer Frost

I created this matching gift tag complete with a Bow Builder black card bow and attached it to a Petite Café gift bag with a mini gold clothes peg to complete my package.

Be sure to hop along with us via the link below to find heaps of wonderful "Perfect Packages" inspiration!  Speaking of inspiration - have you been following the team's Pinterest board?  You can find it by following the link 'here'.




9 comments :

  1. Your set is so sparkly and beautiful! Did you color the patterned paper with the white gel pen? So clever. I love it even more in white, black and kraft. Love the diamond in the middle of the sunburst too.

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  2. This project is so elegant! I love all the details very much.

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  3. These are so striking Jenn! Fab job my friend.

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  4. Love this colour combination with the touch of gold, absolutely classy! X

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  5. Gorgeous and very chique!Love how you've used the Sunburst Thinlits :D

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  6. I love that gemstone paired with the sunburst die! Very classy and fun, Jenn!

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  7. I really like how you used the sunburst die to create that shine on the jewel. So clever!

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