I also love a good creative challenge, so I used some of the extra supplies to create some bonus project ideas. This first one is pretty straight forward. I just added some coordinating cardstock and Baker's Twine. I did two rows of the leaves and then added the tissue paper flowers folded into quarters. I used Mossy Meadow ink to stamp the greeting and colored the flowers with a Crushed Curry marker.
I love the way this Tiny Treat Box turned out! The Tiny Treat Boxes are retiring, so snatch some up ON SALE 50% off before they're gone! I wrapped a strip of leaves around the bottom of the box. It almost fits, but there is a little gap, so make sure to start and end in the back. The greeting on the tag is from the March 2016 Paper Pumpkin kit. I also added a Classy Designer Button to the center of the tissue paper flower.
I wanted the make a card that was more masculine, so I adhered the leaf strips across a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock. I used one of the black tags from the kit and cut a banner tip on one end. I used the ink from the kit and a stamp from...oops! Looks like I used an already retired stamp set. Something to Say or Petite Pairs would be good alternatives.
Check out this video from Paper Pumpkin to see how they created the original project.
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