Paisley Petals Petite Pocket set

I’m back as promised to share with you the Petite Pocket set I made at the workshop. I didn’t actually finish decorating this at the workshop as the Hostess had chosen the set I showed yesterday so I thought I’d finish it off at home. Now if she had of chosen this set I wouldn’t have finished and decorated it to give to her with the Workshop orders.

First off I’ll share the card with you as this is the card that they all made for the Make & Take at the workshop. This card was cased from Bron Heslop. I loved Bron’s card so I haven’t changed a lot, just a different dsp design from the same pack and a few colour changes.

We also decorated the inside.

This is what the completed Paisley Petals set looked like.

I was originally going to use the flower image that was stamped for the card to decorate to boxes but it was a little to plain and flat so I ended up making some paper flowers and they are held together with an antique brad.

Here’s a closer look at the box and treat box. Again I’ve added to Raffaello Chocolates to showcase a use for the treat box. These of course are one of my favourite choccies.

Which set did you prefer? I like them both but I think the colours of the first set were really nice and I loved the Blossom Party flowers that I added for decoration.

I hope I’ve inspired you with some ways to use the Petite Pocket die. I know the ideas are from other wonderful crafters but maybe you hadn’t found them as yet and now you know where they are.

I’m hoping to be back in the next couple of days (at the latest) to share some more with you.

Supplies:
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Sentiments, Paisley Petals
Card: River Rock, Bravo Burgundy, Cajun Craze, Whisper White, Paisley Petals DSP
Ink: Bravo Burgundy
Accessories: Big Shot, Petite Pocket Die, Whisper White Taffeta Ribbon, Antique Brads, Crop-A-Dile.

Till next time….

 

Nikki
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