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Flower box

I know Christmas is on everyone's mind right now but I'm bringing you some floral delights today!   I thought it was about time I make a box card and I knew just which flowers to use!   Without any delay, here is my first picture of today's project.

Isn't it just lovely??  All of the flowers are from the same stamp set --Friendship Blessings.  The set comes with the main cluster of three images but I wanted some single flowers.  With a bit of creative masking and delicate cutting, I managed to get several "single" flowers to use for this project. 

I stamped the flowers several times on Cryogen White cardstock.  I used Copic markers to color all of them in with a range that matched the floral paper I used.  I also colored a piece of cardstock in the same green I used for the stems and cut out several greenery pieces with a die.

I made the box from Stampin' Up Blushing Bride cardstock and stamped a background design with Lost Lagoon ink.  The floral paper (I'm in love with it!) is from the Basic Grey line called RSVP. 

I forgot to take a side view so you can see the papers I also adhered to the sides.  It is also from the RSVP paper pad.  Trust me, it's just as gorgeous!

I started by adhering the flowers in the different sections of the box.  When I was happy with how they looked I went back and added the greenery pieces.  I wanted the box to look full but not crowded.  The sentiment from Beautiful Blooms-Sweet Rose was stamped in Lost Lagoon.  I used craft foam to pop it up from the patterned paper.  As a final touch, I added a few Chantilly Cream sequins. 

I hope you all have a wonderful holiday full of friends and family!

Until next time...

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