Thursday, August 11, 2011

Artisan Blog Hop Day #10


Welcome to Day #10 of the Artsan Award Blog Hop. If you have been following the past few days just skip down to the information below the photo If this is your first visit, let me explain. This years' Artisan Award winners are having a BLOG HOP. We're going to show you all of our winning projects, and let you know a bit about how we made them. If you check out all projects over the whole hop you will see 100 winning projects. So don't forget to stop by tomorrow! Underneath my project, you will find a link to the next blog on the tour, and at the very bottom of this post you will find a complete list of all 10 blogs, in case you get lost on the tour. You should have just come from Connie Collins' blog. Isn't she terribly talented. I love her work.









This project started as a idea on how to use the Petal punch to make paper roses.  The next thing I knew I decided I needed a basket for them.  I played around with the Scallop Envelope box that so many people have made over the years and I decided to 'step it up' a bit.  So I decided to make a 5 sided box instead of the traditional 4 sided.  I also ran the envelopes through the big shot with the square lattice textured impressions folder to make it look woven.   I'll post up a tutorial on how I made these flowers sometime in the next month.  I hope you enjoyed today's project, now hop on over to Heidi King's blog to see her next amazing project.

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock – Baja Breeze, Rose Red, Regal Rose, Pear Pizzazz, Always Artichoke
Classic Ink – Baja Breeze, Rose Red, Regal Rose, Pear Pizzazz
Adhesives – SNAIL adhesive, Sticky Strip, Crystal Effects, Mini Glue Dots
Accessories – Springtime Vintage Designer Fabric, Blossom Petals Punch, Scallop Envelope Bigz die, and Square Latice Textured Impressions Folder for the Big Shot

THE ARTISAN AWARD WINNERS BLOG HOP 2011
1. Connie Collins  
2. Sandra Farrell   (You are here)
3. Heidi King  
4. Heather Klump   
5. Cheryl LeFore   
6. Laura Mellinger
7. Jennifer Picard    
8. Heather Stevens
9. Summer Stone    
10. Heather Summers

9 comments:

Patti said...

Stunning. The flowers are gorgeous; look like they're real. All your projects were beautiful. Congratulations on winning the Artisan award.

Connie Collins said...

Sandra, this box was a huge hit at convention. The roses on top make are just beautiful. I am looking forward to your tutorial!

LeAnne said...

Gorgeous, Sandra.....the whole project is incredible! I have really enjoyed seeing all your projects on the hop!

Newbie said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS!! The flowers are OUTSTANDING!! They took my eye first and foremost!! They I had to go back to see the basket!! A double WOW project!!!

Newbie said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS!! Superb on the flowers! They were the first thing that caught my eye! Then I went back to see the basket. They are beautiful together! This is a double WOW project!!

Whimcees said...

Hello!

This is perfection!! So beautiful! I look forward to the tutorial - to have you share this techniques will be wonderful!

Wishing you a good weekend!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

kerrids said...

Wow love the flowers! Beautiful project.

Annette said...

This is just magnificent Sandra. I look forward to your tutorial.

Linda Callahan said...

Beyond gorgeous~!