Magnolia Memory Thanks Pillow Box for Simply Stampin’ Sunday

Welcome to Simply Stampin’ Sunday – my post of Clean And Simple projects that can be made in minutes using Stampin’ Up! products.  This week’s project features the Magnolia Memory Dies, the Good Morning Magnolia stamp set, the Timeless Label Punch and a Kraft Pillow Box. We made these last weekend at my Open House event and everyone loved them!

The petals and leaves are die cut with the Magnolia Memory Dies.  Gently shape the petals before adhering the layers.  The label is cut with the Timeless Label Punch.

Assemble the Kraft Pillow Box before adhering anything to it, since it has a curved surface.  The label is adhered first, then the bloom.  Last, tuck the leaves under the flower.

Here are the Simple Steps to make this project:

  1. Use the Magnolia Memory Dies to cut two small petal clusters and two medium petal clusters from Whisper White card stock.
  2. Use a sponge dauber and a light touch to apply some Pineapple Punch ink to the centers of the two smaller petal clusters.
  3. Curl and shape the petals with your fingers or a bone folder to add some dimension to the flower.
  4. Apply a small amount of Multipurpose Liquid Glue in the center of each cluster to adhere the petal layers together.
  5. Use the Magnolia Memory Dies to cut a small stamen from a scrap of Daffodil Delight card stock.
  6. Adhere the stamen piece with some Liquid Glue and finish with a large Gold Faceted Gem.
  7. Use Early Espresso ink to stamp the sentiment from the Good Morning Magnolia stamp set on a panel of Daffodil Delight card stock.
  8. Use the Timeless Punch to cut the sentiment out, with the sentiment all the way to the right end of the label.
  9. Assemble the Kraft Pillow Box before adhering anything to it, since it has a curved surface.
  10. Use Liquid Glue to adhere the sentiment label first, all the way to the right.
  11. Use Glue to adhere the magnolia bloom on the left, overlapping the end of the label.
  12. Cut a couple leaves from Mossy Meadow card stock using the Magnolia Memory Dies.
  13. Adhere the leaves under the flower with some Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

*** You can find a complete list of supplies for this project at the very bottom of this post.

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Stampin’ Up! products used to create this project: 

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$110.00

 

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5 Responses to Magnolia Memory Thanks Pillow Box for Simply Stampin’ Sunday

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  2. floridaperson says:

    This is great, Sue. Thanks for the instructions.

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  3. Just beautiful Sue! Love your flower, it’s perfect with the pillow box. 🙂

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  4. Wonderful little box! That bloom is just gorgeous!!

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  5. Such a wonderful gift idea. Thanks for the instructions. Your flower is outstanding! May have to CASE this one.

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