Creativity Blooms

Apr 12, 2011

It’s time for anoth­er Mem­o­ry Mak­ers Blog Bounce. This time we got to play with all the prod­ucts from the Mak­ing Mem­o­ries Dil­ly Dal­ly Line. This line is per­fect for spring. I real­ly enjoyed play­ing with their Pat­terned Papers, Alpha and Ban­ner Stamps, Stick­ers and Rub On Pack, Alpha Shim­mer Stick­ers, Glit­ter Paper Flow­ers, Fab­ric Flow­ers and Die Cut But­ter­flies. They are per­fect to cre­ate spring cards, tags and projects. Once I got start­ed cre­at­ing I kept think­ing of oth­er cute things I could make and kept going and going. Real­ly the Dil­ly Dal­ly Line is so inspir­ing. If you want a chance to win a won­der­ful Dil­ly Dal­ly Give­away click here to find out more.

I cre­at­ed a spring card using the pat­terned papers, stamp set and stick­ers. I cut the bird out of the pat­terned paper and placed it on foam squares to give it some dimen­sion then accent­ed his bel­ly with Dia­mond Stick­les. I also accent­ed the bee’s wings with Dia­mond Stick­les too. I placed 2mm cream pearls on each ban­ner just to give them a lit­tle extra pop. The piece with the fab­ric flower on it is a purse that will hold a gift card inside and behind the purse is a tag to accent a gift bag.

I accent­ed the tag using the Alpha Shim­mer Let­ters, But­ter­fly Die Cute, Glit­tered Paper Flow­ers and the tiny alphas that are in the Sitck­ers and Rub on Pack. I real­ly like mix­ing up alphas and think the pur­ple glit­ter and green tiny alphas accent each oth­er per­fect­ly. I also like the way the glit­tered paper flower looks in the cen­ter of the but­ter­fly. I attached the acetate but­ter­fly to the paper one using a small dot of glossy accents and bent the wings upwards to make it look as though it was pop­ping off the tag.

I cre­at­ed the purse by fold­ing pat­terned paper, attach­ing a che­nille stem for the han­dle and wrap­ping it with seam bind­ing. Then all I did was accent the front with one of the Dil­ly Dal­ly fab­ric flow­ers. Now you need to head on over to Lain Ehman­n’s blog and see what won­der­ful project she cre­at­ed. You’re going to be so inspired once you bounce through all those who are par­tic­i­pat­ing in the blog bounce.

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