Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Club Scrap Color Me Happy Blog Hop

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Welcome to the Club Scrap January Blog Hop featuring the Color Me Happy Kit. If you have arrived from the super creative Roni's Inkstained Blog then you are in the right place. If not, hop back to Karen's post at the Club Scrap Blog to see a complete list of all the talented bloggers.


Create a lovely home decor piece with the Color Me Happy collection and a Club Scrap Pizza Box. The inspiration for my project came from this altered art piece I saw on Pinterest.

Here is how the project came together.
Glue double thickness pieces of pizza box boards together to create a box.


Cover the box with Teal plain paper.


Layer all sides with panels cut from the Deluxe White Flowers print paper.


Paint wooden feet with teal metallic acrylic paint and once dry adhere to the bottom of the box Club Scrap Bookbinding Glue.



Stamp the sentiment onto Teal plain paper with Versamark ink. Sprinkle with silver embossing powder and heat set to melt. Layer sentiment onto Blue plain panel. Embellish with fussy cut dragonfly image.


Stamp images from the Art Nouveau and Jumbo UM stamp sets in Versamark ink onto Brown, Teal, and Blue plain papers. Sprinkle with silver embossing powder and heat set to melt.


Add sparkle and glimmer with various colors of glitter glues on the dragonflies and gel pens on the flowers.


Fussy cut the images and attach each with glue dots to varying lengths of blue coated wire.



Puncture holes in the top of the box with a paper piecing tool or pin. Insert the wires carefully into the holes.


Let's take a closer look at the finished piece.



Thanks so much for dropping by!
Up next on the hop is Tina at Finding Your Niche.
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20 comments:

  1. Love, love, love your project, Julie! Great sparkly flowers and dragonfly.
    What a great gift this will make. Thanks for your inspiration.

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  2. That dragonfly really came to life with your glitter glues - just fantastic!

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  3. Very pretty Julie and another truly imaginative use of pizza boxes.

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  4. Breathtaking, Julie! Such a cute idea for a "get well" or "congrats" bouquet. Especially for those "black thumbs" out there (like me.)

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  5. That is just too cute Julie! Love that sparklie, gilttery dragonfly! What a fun bouquet to brighten any room! TFS

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  6. OMGOSH Julie, this is absolutely Gorgeous!!! Love all the details on your home décor project! Beautiful job as always!!!
    hugs
    Cheryl

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  7. This is soooo amazing! I really love the dragonfly with the stickles, I am going out and getting me so silver embossing powder to make these. Looks so much like stained glass!!! Great job!

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  8. This is soooo amazing! I really love the dragonfly with the glitter glues, I am going out and getting me so silver embossing powder to make these. Looks so much like stained glass!!! Great job!

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  9. Way to make that project your own Julie! I love the final result and the sparkly dragonfly is gorgeous!

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  10. love this colorful and fun home decor piece! The dragonflies are delightful and sparkaliscious! TFS!

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  11. Super fun decor...and your "bling-ed up" dragonfly is a stunner!

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  12. Oh my gosh! This is just awesome! I love how your dragonfly and flowers came out.

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  13. Way to start off the new year, Julie! With a beautiful pizza box project! You didn't let me down ;)

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  14. So awesome!!!! Loooooooove it!

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  15. This is amazing! So cute and such wow factor! so clever!

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  16. Oh Julie, so sweetly cleverly constructed!!! I just love it!
    :)

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  17. Oh, this is so pretty! Love it! And love the glitters on the dragonfly!
    Lilian
    The Leaf Studio

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  18. How pretty! I can't even begin to describe how wonderful the dragonfly is! TFS!

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  19. I love how those dragonflies came out. I don't usually do too much sparkly, but just adore them.

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