Friday, July 25, 2014

Kinda Eclectic Display Stamper Project: Box of Kindness

Hi friends! Today I have another Display Stamper project for you featuring the Kinda Eclectic stamp set. 
I had just made a series of embossed circles with the sunburst image, as you saw in this card, when I saw my fringe scissors laying on my desk.  I thought hmm...I wonder what it would look like if I cut between the "rays" of the sunburst to make a paper fringe pom-pom?  Well, that led to another layer and another one and suddenly I had this cool box topper.  Of course I didn't actually use the fringe scissors--I used our paper snips--but they gave me the idea of the fringe. 
I poked a hole in all three layers and threaded some Hello Honey satin ribbon on the box and through the top.  Some stamping on the box, a quick little tag and I was done!  Here's a close up of the pom-pom.  What do you think?  I had fun with this one--just trying different ways to use this stamp set.  


2013-2014 Convention Display Stampers




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Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

5 comments:

LeAnne said...

I love this, Nance! How fun!

Cindee Wilkinson said...

Love how you made your focal point. Gives me another way to use that stamp set too!

Connie Collins said...

Nance, this box is so cute. I totally love it. The topper is so cute and clever! Also, it was such a pleasure to meet you at convention. I really enjoyed getting to know you.

Diane - oliver.mdiane@comcast.net said...

The Eclectic set is one of my all time favorites! I love the starburst done in white too! But wooooo hoooo love the way you fringed the starburst! So pretty, especially in that blue! Great box topper and the whole project is a fabulous job! hugs.

Linda Vich said...

Nance, I love this little box and your twist on using scissors to cut between the lines of the stamp/starburst framelit. I have CASEd this idea here: http://lvcre8s123.blogspot.ca/2014/08/flower-patch-meets-kinda-eclectic.html I hope you'll take a look!