How to make rolled flowers & a banner card using Stampin Up supplies

Back to my roots today - soft, vintage & dreamy - the challenge over at Stampin Royalty was to use Blushing Bride, Pistachio pudding & crumb cake - three gorgeous colours but all together on the same project?? 

Here goes then! ...

I love scraps (my stash box is testament to that ;) - and making something worthwhile out of pieces of paper that would otherwise be discarded! Just think - what's the potential of your scraps? ;)

Starting with crumb cake card as my base layer, I knotted & strung some whisper white bakers twine and glued to the card. I cut a tea doily in half as the backdrop to the banner and then cut various shapes out of In colour paper stack papers & Venetian Romance paper using the heart punch, hand cut banners, apothecary accents framelits & the scallop oval punch.

For the rolled flowers, you simply punch a circle of paper, cut into it until it makes a spiral then starting at the initial end you cut roll the paper over and over until you rech the end - simple! 

I used more scraps of paper stack papers and put the new sticky back candy dots in blushing bride into the centres of the flowers (the candy dots can be used on their own or applied to a brad base for colour coordinated brads!). The flowers were offset with a branch from the Bird Builder punch.

The little sentiment tag was punched out of Naturals Ivory card which I had embossed with the Delicate Details embossing folders and then stamped in crumb cake using the Lovely Little Labels stamp set. The sentiment was punched using the cute little Petite Curly label punch and then sponged around the edges for definition. 

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