This tea kettle cut file by SVGCuts.com
is such a great size! It measures 9 inches high with a circumference of 4 inches, making it perfect to tuck in a stack of homemade cookies, tea, or perhaps a bottle of lotion or body wash? Whatever you tuck inside, your friend will be excited that you thought of them.
The top of the handle is adorned with die cut flowers created with the Flower Die Set #3
. I layered together all three flower shapes, as well as the large circle. I also added in a few blue swirls from the die set for a magical feel. The die cut leaves were created using the Fall Branch Die Set
. All papers for the flower cluster are from the 6×6 paper pad
Alice, herself, beckons you to go on an adventure. I don’t know about you, but she makes me want to spend the afternoon reading a book in a beautiful garden. (Isn’t the artwork in this collection so adorable?!)
Button/Twine/Purple Ric Rac Trim
Gray Distressing Ink
I received a fun email recently … I found out that my blog has been included on Feedspot’s Top 100 Scrapbooking blogs! Thank you to Feedspot and everyone who supports and reads my blog. That made my day!
If you are looking for more scrapbooking blogs to check out … you may want to check out their list! A lot of my favorites are on there and I’m discovering new ones, too!
I have another papercraft for you today! An RV Gift Box created with the Echo Park Paper Good Day Sunshine collection. This is one of my favorite new collections! When I saw the RV image … you know I just couldn’t resist trying my hand at creating one with my Silhouette Cameo machine!
I found this adorable cut file by Snapdragon Snippets in the Silhouette Design Store (Design #87066). I have many fond memories camping with my family in a trailer each summer.
The colors, patterns, and embellishments were absolutely adorable for this project! I had a lot of fun decorating each side of the trailer, as you can see! I mean, really! How cute is that quilt-inspired paper?!
The Good Day Sunshine decorative brads were perfect as hubcaps, and tail lights!
And the best part is that this darling project opens up as a box, so that you can use it as a gift box!
“Camping 3D Trailer Box” cut file by Snapdragon Snippets
(Design #87066 in the Silhouette Design Store)
Gray Distressing Ink
Have you planned any fun camping trips for this coming summer?
One of the first things my family loves to do once the weather warms up is to pack up a picnic and head to the local park.
I added a sweet little banner to the basket handle by punching the banner pieces from the Ephemera pack
with a 1/16″ hole punch and then threading them together with some twine. Banners always make ordinary occasions feel special, don’t you think?!
Peeking through the holes of the basket on the sides, you can see one of my favorite patterns from this collection … the dark blue floral from the 6×6 paper pad
! I will definitely be picking up multiple sheets of it’s 12×12 counterpart … the Festive Floral paper
I created a cluster on the side of the basket, by layering together Ephemera pieces
along with some delicious-looking, chipboard icons
. I’m ready to kick back with a tall glass of lemonade on a warm, breezy day … How about you?!
The main photo is matted with more Ebony Black felt cardstock
and the Newsprint paper
from the Wish Upon a Star collection. On the right upper corner of my photo I placed a fun little cluster using the “Let’s Get Goofy!” sticker and a few clouds.
To the left of my smaller photo, I added the chipboard Mickey balloon, the “Love This” pennant flag (Frames & Tags Ephemera
), a few chipboard stars, and a shiny enamel dot.
I applied the “FUN” rub on phrase
to white cardstock and then used fine-tipped scissors to cut out the letters. I added it to the bottom of the chipboard castle
as a fun title for my page.
I’m ready to head back to the “Happiest Place on Earth” soon after creating this page! How about you?!
Thanks for stopping by!