Today on the Petaloo blog, I am sharing an idea for a gift you can make for Father's Day. All the details are right here, so hop on over to see more pictures and learn a little bit about how I made it.
This week on the Petaloo blog and Petaloo Facebook Page you will see some beautiful projects created by the designers for a special team up with Simple Stories. There is also a chance to win $150.00 in Petaloo and Simple Stories products.
To learn more about my project and to see more closeup pictures please stop by the Petaloo blog here. I really enjoyed working with all of these lovely products and hope that you will be inspired too.
Well, I'm a bit late with my blog post but you still have time to hop on over to the Petaloo blog and comment to win!
I already had a post schedule for Tuesday so I had to wait until today to tell you about the team up with Petaloo and Bella Blvd.
We are having a party all week at the Petaloo blog, sharing projects for birthdays. Home decor, gifts and gift bags, cards, anything to do with birthdays. The Bella Blvd design team is also sharing their birthday projects using Petaloo flowers too so you'll want to stop by their blog as well for more inspiration and of course more chances to win.
So I am going to share a little sneak peek with you here so you'll have even more of an incentive to hop on over to the Petaloo blog. :)
Have a great day and have fun soaking up all of the beautiful projects from both teams.
I've created this beautiful card with the newest Petaloo flowers. They are gorgeous!! I've also used some Silhouette files and Graphic 45 paper. If you would like to see more, just click on over to the Petaloo blog here.
You must see the new flowers that Petaloo is releasing this winter. Oh, my!! They are gorgeous. I put them on a little burlap canvas this week and they just steal the show.
The large flower on the canvas is the color Aqua but they come in many different colors. The butterflies are part of that collection too. I just love how they look on the burlap canvas. If you would like to see more closeup photos, hop on over to the Petaloo blog today and check them out.
Petaloo Textured Printed flowers in Aqua, Textured Printed Butterflies in Aqua, Textured Mini Flowers in Peach, Darjeeling Bead Hat Pins
Stretched burlap canvas from Canvas Corp, Graphic 45 paper and stickers, Ali Edwards stamps
I had so much fun creating this project for Petaloo. I am also so thrilled to introduce you to Petaloo's newest products, the Antique Lace and Textured Flowers. I go into a lot of detail about this decorated muslin bag and matching notebook on the Petaloo blog so head on over there for more details.
Doesn't the Authentique Seasons: Spring collection go amazingly well with these beautiful flowers?
Here is a little preview of the projects that I created for the Petaloo/Authentique blog hop this week. There is a chance to win a huge prize package each day so head over to the Petaloo blog and see what you need to do to be entered to win. I also share more pictures of my project and how I created them.
Today I have a blog post on the Petaloo blog that I would like to share with you. It's about getting your cards organized for the year. I have a hard time keeping up with all the people that I want to send cards to and so I thought this pretty little box decorated with Petaloo flowers might help me get those cards in the mail on time. You can see more pictures and all of the details here.
I also want to share with you the link to where I got the pattern for the box. It's really easy to put together and just requires a sheet of paper, a trimmer, and a pair of scissors. You can get the free downloadable PDF at SP and Company from Samantha Peyton at the ScrapMaster's Paradise.
Have you heard about Pan Pastels? They have become very popular recently and I am seeing the name pop up everywhere. Well for a design team assignment for Petaloo we were given a few colors to play with and I found that they are a wonderful media to use with the Color Me Crazy Petaloo flower line.
Here is my project that I created with the Pan Pastels and the Petaloo Color Me Crazy flowers. If you would like to learn and see more of my project, hop on over to the Petaloo blog.
Thanks for stopping by. I would love to hear about your experience with Pan Pastels and if you have ever used them to color flowers before. Please leave a comment. I really appreciate and enjoy reading them.
Petaloo is sharing 12 ideas for gifts that you make that cost $25 and under. Each day you will see ideas from the design team members and to make it even more special we have teamed up with Canvas Home Basics which has given us some lovely things to create with. Each day there will also be a giveaway on the Petaloo blog so be sure to stop by and leave a comment.
Here is a picture of my project but you can see more and gather a few tips on painting the flowers on the Petaloo blog post.
And I know just who I am going to give this to for Christmas.
My December Daily Day 2 blog post will be coming shortly. :)