Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Club Scrap Dahlia Blog Hop

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Welcome to Club Scrap's Blog Hop featuring April's gorgeous Dahlia kit.

April Dahlia Deluxe Kit
If you arrived here from Roni's Inkstains Blog then you are in the right place. If not, be sure to check out Karen's post over at Club Scrap for a complete list of participating blogs.


Pinspiration strikes again! Check out the link to see Amy's gorgeous rolled paper wreath.

Here is a closer look at how this project came together.

Decorate three 12x12" plain papers using a variety of stamps. Trim the Dahlia 12x12" prints and decorated plains into 6x6" squares.


Punch along two adjoining edges with flower border punch. Form each square into a cone and secure with hot glue.


Continue to roll papers to create a wreathe shape.


Cut two large circles out of Pizza Box cardboard for the base. Glue them together in opposite grain directions.



Mark a hole in the center of the base.
Attach a black ribbon to the back of the base for hanging.


Adhere the rolled papers onto the base around the marked center dot using hot glue.




Create a center piece for the wreathe using an upside down stack of Pizza Box cardboard circles. Finish off the raw edges with Dahlia Butterfly washi tape.



Attach a stamped quote to nested scalloped and circle die cuts.


Die cut butterfly shapes from Dahlia Pink, Yellow, Purple and Big Top Light Green papers. Die cut butterfly detail from black paper from stash.


Add additional color using inks and paint to the butterfly shapes. Adhere the black detail die over them using Club Scrap Glue Pen.


Attach the butterflies to complete the wreathe.


Thanks so much for stopping by!

Up next on the blog hop Anne Marie at Artfully Balanced.

Supplies:
Club Scrap Dahlia Deluxe Kit 
Club Scrap Dahlia Jumbo UM stamp set
Club Scrap Dahlia Art Nouveau stamp set
Club Scrap Hybrid inks - Onyx Amethyst, Leaf, Tangerine
Club Scrap Wildflowers Borders and Backgrounds stamp set
Club Scrap Big Top Light Green plain paper
Sizzix Alterations Thinlits Detailed Butterflies Dies
Spellbinders Nestibilities Scalloped Circle Die
Darice Nesting Circles Die
Martha Stewart Daisy border punch
Ranger Adirondack White Acrylic Paint dabber


26 comments:

  1. Oh my, Julie, you outdid yourself!What a great pinspiration.
    I totally LOVE this!!

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  2. Fantastic project, Julie--as always, with stealth usage of a CS pizza box.

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  4. Oh that's awesome Julie! I love the cone wreaths and those papers are lovely with the punched edges. Your butterflies are the perfect finishing touch.

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  6. Julie, when I first saw your wreath I thought "What? no pizza box?" but of course you did not disappoint! I can not look at a CS pizza box without thinking of you! LOVE the wreath. Great idea!

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  7. Oh Julie, this is so cute, I just scraplift it. Thanks for sharing all the details.

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  8. Oh Julie, this is so cute, I just scraplift it. Thanks for sharing all the details.

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  9. Gorgeous! Great way to use the beautiful CS papers and I love the improvements you made to the back hanger!

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  10. OMG super pretty and unique, what a great way to use up papers!

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  11. Wow! Totally gorgeous! Thanks for the inspiration Julie! Have a great day!

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  12. The Pizza Box Princess strikes again! What beautiful spring decor. Love the addition of the butterflies...just might have to pick me up those dies!

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  13. This is impressive! I love it!!! Will be scraplifting!

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  14. Wow! What a great project! Love the design and the butterflies! Beautiful!

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  15. This is stunning! Love your butterflies!

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  16. WOW what a gorgeous piece! So Stunning!!

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  17. Another beautiful project using so many of your supplies! You really do try to get maximum use from your stuff. Love that!

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  18. Nice hidden use of the pizza box LOL! You're just so awesome! Love the pretty project you have here!

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  19. This is beautiful Julie and would look great on my front door. When should I expect it? ;-)

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