Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Club Scrap Succulents Blog Hop

Welcome to the Club Scrap February Blog Hop featuring the Succulents 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.


In honor of my parent's 50th Wedding Anniversary, I selected a past Club Scrap project, to showcase some of my favorite photos of them over the years. The Photo Triptych project (Anniversary Cruise 2009) has it all, pop ups, trifold book board covers, and two photo frames to showcase 4x6" prints.


Turn die cuts into succulents with papers from the Deluxe kit. Scroll to the bottom of this post for details.


Print photos along with embellishments for the project from the Digital kit.






Trim the pop up panel (Deluxe Lt. Green Print) according to the instructions and attach to the center of the Triptych.


Trim the centers from the printed Succulents frames and tuck tiny photos inside. Note: Add the trimmed Succulents digital images to the base of the pop up base.


I am so blessed to have such wonderful parents who shared that love with my brother and I everyday!
Happy Anniversary Mom and Dad!

Up next on the hop is Anne Marie at Artfully Balanced!

Paper Succulents:

Die cut Succulents papers with Poinsettias and Pinecone dies from Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations line.


Add color to each layer with Club Scrap's Hybrid Inks in Amethyst, Moss, and Mahogany and White Pigment Ink.





Attach the layers together with hot glue to form the succulents.



Glue the succulents to the front cover with hot glue.


Thanks so much for joining us on another inspiring blog hop!
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22 comments:

  1. OMG, Julie, you did it again. What a great project for your parents wedding anniversary. They must be thrilled to have this standing in their house. Love all your flower creations, they are perfect.

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  2. Congratulations to your parents. You have made a beautiful project for them.

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  3. What a great project! I love it and your succulents are awesome - they look so real! Simply lovely!! Did you give it to them yet? What did they say?? I'm sure they will love it.

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    1. Roni thanks, no I haven't given it to them yet. :) But they will see it here and it will be a surprise!!

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  4. What a great project for your parents! They will absolutely LOVE it! The flowers you made are so gorgeous! I need those dies!

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  5. Beautiful project Julie, your parents will love it.

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  6. WOW WOW & WOW!!! I LOVE all the beautiful flowers you created and your gorgeous project for your parents! They will love it hun!!! Beautiful job with this collection!
    Hugs
    Cheryl

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  7. Oh my - your parents are going to flip when they see this! It's so beautiful, you really did a great job. Those succulents are just perfect! Congrats to them on 50 years!!

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  8. What a fantastic anniversary gift! Beautifully done, Julie! I vaguely remember doing that project but can't for the life of me remember who I gave it too :)

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  9. OMG, those 3-D flowers are insane! Incredible project!

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  10. I am floored by the beauty of these projects, Julie!!! TFS.

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  11. OMG! Gorgeous Julie!!! The triptych is one of my favorite projects, it's so cool and holds lots of pics and yours is beautiful of course! How thoughtful of you to make this anniversary gift! Those flowers are simply da bomb! Beautiful Julie!!!

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  12. Do you see my socks over there? On the other side of the room? After you blew them off? LOL.

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  13. O.M.G. Absolutely gorgeous! LOVE the 3d flowers. Stunning. You did such a beautiful job on this!

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  14. BERNATH cigale.nathalie@wanadoo.frFebruary 23, 2017 at 3:41 AM

    FABULEUX ET TANT D AMOUR FABULEUX %%%%%%%%%%%

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  15. This is amazing! What a great gift! I think I still have my kit from Cruise in a Box~ never had a good idea for it. Mom and dad just celebrated their 58th. Gonna borrow your idea!! Love the quote on the front the best... their current hobby is taking cruises. Where ever, whenever they can find a deal.

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  16. Congratulations to your parents and to you on a gift that is sure to be treasured.

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  17. Oh, wow!!! This project is awesome! Love the succulents you made with the dies! Gorgeous!
    Lilian
    The Leaf Studio

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  18. This turned out beautifully, julie! I need to make this again!

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