Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Club Scrap Dahlia Blog Hop

Welcom to the
Dahlia Blog Hop.

I hope you arrived here from
Jennifer's Blog
and see what beautiful art she made.

If you happen to loose your way,
you can always go to the the main
Club Scrap Blog
and see all the participants.

I start here today with a scrap page that I made for
a scrap sketch  challenge on the
Sketch-n-scrap Blog.
Yes, all the flowers make fun pages for girls,
but I think this one is perfect for boys too!
Here is my page with all the elements that are found in
 the Club Scrap April Dahlia kit:
the circles are cut outs and the sentiment strip too. I used the washi tape
that came with this kit and

the ribbed kraft circles with the hemp that came with it too.

 The butterfly is cut out with a die and I made some
instructions on my blog last Monday.
See here for instructions.
On top of the butterfly  I used the circles
 that also came with this kit.

Now a friend of mine asked me for some cards
and so I started to work and made it into a gift.
A bag with 4 cards and matching enveloppes.
First I share with you how I made the bag:
1. I used the 12x12 inch paper with the 2 borders.
I started by cutting of one of the borders.

2. I glued this border on the backside of the paper 
where the other border was on the other side.

3.I used the score board and made lines at 3 and 9 inch
on the vertical side of the bag.

4. An horizontal at 3 an 5 inch (just under the border).

5. Now we strt the folding. We start with folding 
the top border to the front.

6.Turn your paper over and fold the sides towards
the middle.

7.Tape this down with scotch tape.

8.Fold the bottom upwards on the line
you made before on the score board.

9. Open the bottom fold and push thou outside inward 
to have the fold lines line up with the fold.

10.Fold top and bottom flaps towards the center
and tape themalso down with scotch tape.

11. Fold the edges of the bag to help to formthe
corner creases. Now you can open the bag and
form it into its shape.

Punch holes into the side of the bag and 
into the tags. 

Tie a ribbon through the holes to formthe handle.
The two tags are tied onto the handle. You can move 
themapart to write inside.

Now you can add th cards inside.
These are the cards that are inside the box.

This card is made with a piece of the decorated
paper from the kit. Hardly anything else is needed.
I decorated it with a pice of ribbon, a paper
flower from my stasch and a cut appart
and button from the kit.

This sympathy card is stamped with the flower from
the unmounted rubber stamps.It is colored with 
brown pencil and on top a little gold glitter
glue. The splatter is also stamped with one of the stamps 
fro this kit.

Here I used the flower as a border to this lovely sentiment
fromthis Dahlia kit. The flowers and butterfly are
colored with pencil.

The last card started off with sprinkling
a little tangerine color burst on the white
panel.After spraying it with water and drying it
I stamped the flowers on top. Added a little 
color with pencil to the flower
and some sequins for the bling of the card.

Ok, now just one more!
Thanks Club Scrap for always knowing
what we need! Today I need orange paper
for in The Netherlands it is Kingday
and here is a card with apicture my DD took
of us today: yes we wearing a lot of orange.
Background is the stamped flower in versamark and
embossed with clear embossing powder. 
Then sprayed with orange distressink.
Also stamped with the splatter stamp in black.
It is a very cold day today with rain on and off,
but we are having fun!

I used the buttens and the cut apart flower circles
as embellishments on the card. The Sentiment is by


And for more inspiration hop over
asnd see what lovely artwork she has come up with.

Thank you so much for looking
ad all your wonderful comments.
Have a creative day!



28 comments:

Desire Fourie said...

Absolutely love your page and yes who says one cant use flowers with boys. All your cards are stunning too.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

Annette said...

Hetty you have outdone yourself this month. I love everything!

Paulette Creates said...

Everything is beautiful. All your details are always impeccable.
Paulette

jen t. said...

Wowsers!!! Awesome projects!!

KnitterPam said...

Such beautiful projects, Hetty! I don't think you can go wrong with this kit!

Julie said...

WOW Hetty!! You really did outdo yourself. LOVE all the projects. Great work, and especially like the little gift bag!

Ink Stained Roni said...

Everything is amazing - I love how you used the border paper to create the paper bag! Great ideas!

Anne Marie said...

So many beautiful projects this month Hetty. I just love them all. My favorite is the orange for Kingday! Orange is my favorite color!

Donna Coughlin said...

So much gorgeous-ness!!!!

Donna Nuce said...

Hi Hetty! The butterfly was fabulous!!! Your grandson is adorable. Love the bag idea for the cards - will have to try that. Happy Kings'day too!

crzymom said...

Lovely cards and layouts Hetty!

Rettaescape said...

Wow! Hetty, You always take the blog to another level of creativity! I love the male perspective on the scrapbook page, just beautiful! The cards and book are adorable! Thank you for such detailed instructions.

Karen Wyngaard said...

What a wonderful assortment of projects. I love the garden page with Owen, so cute!

Jill P said...

Look at you go .
Lovely layout, cards and everything!

APeeling Papercrafts said...

Love the bag and cards! So great!

Tina Dornbaum said...

Wow what a collection of projects you did. Every one of them is stunning and full of life. WOW!

Lisa in Texas said...

You do beautiful work! Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

Maxine D said...

Beautiful work Hetty, and so varied!! Thank you too for the instructions on making the bag.
Blessings
Maxine

Angela said...

Gorgeous page! That 3D butterfly is lovely! Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

Daffodil Cards said...

What an amazing post Hetty, and wonderful tutorials, cards and scrapbook pages, so much beautiful work
Faith
x

Carolyn said...

Lots of goodies! Beautiful! TFS!

blbabe1234 said...

Wow! Beautiful work! I LOVE the watercolors and the washi. Thanks so much for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

Sura said...

Beautiful projects! Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap.
Surama

Laura said...

Oh my goodness, so many beautiful projects! Love the scrap page with your grandson and that snail in the garden! Your paper and decorations are perfect and I agree that the flowers are perfect for boys too! Your cards, bag and fun King Day scrap page are all fantastic too! Thanks for sharing!

Karen Lai said...

goergeous projects! *love* Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

Kay Williamson said...

Oh Hetty, looking at your projects again today, so great!! I really enjoy getting to see all the fun stuff you do!

April Puzzuoli said...

Awesome projects! Love this kit!

Lisa D said...

Wow! You were a busy, crafting gal! I can't even pick my favorite.