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Monday, April 20, 2015

Tulip Garden Pail by Pam Bray

 Hi!!!  Pam today on the Die-Namites Blog sharing with you how to make this cute little pail. It would be a great Mother's Day Gift, May Day Package or just fun Treat Pail for you to make and give to someone special. 

Begin by cutting out several of the Die-Namites Tulip Garden (DN-1145)
die cuts out from pattern paper.


I use my Xyron Create A Sticker MAX for my adhesive of choice for these very intricate pieces plus they adhere so nicely to the acetate pail. 

Cut 1/2" strips from the green pattern paper, add adhesive and place at the bottom of the pail first, then add the Die-Namites Tulip Garden (DN-1145) die cuts that you have prepared over the strips at the bottom of the can.

 I cut several of the Die-Namites Garden Tulip (DN-1145) die cuts out from pattern paper, ran them through the Xyron Create a Sticker MAX. 

While Tulip Garden die cuts are still on the adhesive paper color the yellow flowers with a yellow Copic Marker, do a bit of doodling and cut the flower top off and add them to the green Tulip Garden die cut that you have placed on the can.  Repeat with the blue pattern Tulip Garden die cuts.

 Punch a few circles and scallop circle out, layer to the top of can, add a fancy button that has been threaded with some twine.

Add a blue embossed piece to the inside of can that has a yellow pattern scallop border. Make a fun tag...make sure to place your sentiment on it and add a tan twine bow. Well I am so glad you stopped by the Die-Namites Blog today and hope you will look around at our blog for more inspiration as well as check out the fabulous Die-Namites Store. Hugs Pammejo

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Supplies:
Craftwell Cut N Boss
WeR Memory Keepers Feelin' Groovy
Xyron Create a Sticker MAX
Xyron 1.5 Create a Sticker
Xyron Mega Runner
Marvy Circle and Scallop Punches
Deco Scallop Border Punch
Small Pail
Blue Card Stock
Orange Ribbon
Tan Twine
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1 comment:

  1. Oh my your projects Pam are simply adorable great tips and photos thanks for sharing with me....and us....:)

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