I’m now officially part of The Wild Flower Kids design team. I’m honored to be part of such a talented group of ladies and look forward to being inspired by each one of them!
It’s Wild Flower Wednesday and the challenge this week is to Box it Up! You can read all the details here and while you are there, grab yourself a free template so you can play along!Favor Box template and Birthday Ivy and made a pocket for the front to hold a small card. The inside of the box contains mini candy bars and money. I thought this would be a lovely and different way to give a young girl some money for her birthday. The ribbon is seam binding I picked up at Hobby Lobby and I dyed it that funky purple using some homemade glimmer mist (Thanks, Harriet!) and a few drops of SU’s Melon Mambo re-inker. As you can see, it is nowhere near Melon Mambo color but it worked out wonderfully for my project.
Next up is a project I made using the free template you can grab over at The Wild Flower Patch blog called Goody Basket. This template came about because my friend Julie mentioned the idea of a template that could hold a cute little mini loaf of quick bread (like banana bread). The ribbon is off white satin ribbon that I dyed with homemade glimmer mist and some Bermuda Bay (SU) re-inker.
I hope you will play along with us this week and you can grab a free image to go with your free template by joining The Wild Flower Kids group on Papercraft Planet or you are welcome to use other images.
Jen Shults, Stamp Artist
Donna Wardle, DT Coordinator (Donna is sitting out this week)
Leigh Ann Baird, Perfect Presentations Template Designer
Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day!