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Debuting the Arianna Blooms Collection !

Hi Everyone,
We are pleased to bring you the Arianna Blooms Collection and invite you to take time to smell the flowers with the release of the Arianna Blooms Collection.  Step away from the hustle and bustle as you enter a peaceful garden that winds its way through flower strewn paths in sunny hues of yellow, pink and green and richly hued background papers that are reminiscent of shaded bowers. Hand drawn stamps plant seeds of inspiration with images of bird houses, cottage gardens, artfully arranged florals and elegant sentiments.  The Arianna Blooms die allows you to create five blossoms with one pass through your cutting machine while the Arianna Lace die contains intricate flowers, lacy doilies delicate foliage, corners and page accents. Refresh your spirit and let your creativity flourish with the Arianna Blooms collection.
Blog Giveaway: Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creations blog by June 17th and you will be eligible to win the entire collection valued at $210.90.


Here is what I created with this pretty collection








Other Products: Tombow Multi Mono Glue, Distress Ink (Worn Lipstick), foam adhesive, pearls, ribbon and glitter.

Instructions: Start by preparing a matchbox style box. Cut pattern paper to size and adhere to all sides of the box. Stamp the Arianna Blooms in black ink and die cut flowers using the coordinating die. Colour with distress ink and mold to shape using the Paper Blossoms tool kit. Add pearl and glitter to the centre. Assemble on the top of the box as shown. To create the mini tag book for inside, die cut tags from the Arianna Blooms Paper Collection using the Luggage and Tags Die. Stamp sentiments and adhere the blooms and decorative elements as shown. Tie it all together with a ribbon.

Comments

  1. Such a beautiful box Ujjwal!! I love those tags too.

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  2. Wow it pretty beautiful. I love this cheerful n colorful creation.

    Sudha
    sudha-kalra.blogspot.in
    crazycrafter-craftsuppliesshop.blogspot.in

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  3. What a stunning project! I love the tags inside the box, and those flowers are fabby!

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  4. Very pretty box wid some beautiful taga inside !! :-) its very beautiful !!

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