Monday, May 13, 2013

Flower Gift box


Art Glitter Dries Clear Adhesive
Art Glitter Crystal Glitter
Art Glitter Butterfly Glitter
Art Glitter Azure Glitter
Die cut rose shapes
Die cut leaves
Assorted scrapbook paper
A recycled jewelry box

Begin by covering a recycled jewelry box with printed scrapbook paper.
Use a make-up sponge to apply adhesive to the die cut rose and then glitter all over.

I used assorted sizes of roses to create the finished project.  All of the flowers were cut from the same purple card stock, but different glitters were added to create unique finishes for the different flowers.
To complete the roses they are rolled and glued with hot glue.

To complete the project layer the flowers and leaves onto the box and apply with hot glue.

Missie Todd’s paper crafting journey began more than a decade ago when she was introduced to scrapbooking.  Over the years her love of crafting has grown. Now it is more of a way of life than a hobby!  She is a proud member of the Art Glitter and Connie Crystal Design teams.  Her crafting resume includes teaching scrapbook classes, leading workshops, independent scrapbook and stamping sales, and customer education and demonstration using Provo Craft products- including the Cricut Expression, Cricut Cake, and Gypsy.  In May 2012 she was a featured artist for Papers and Pixels Magazine.  She has also been featured as a guest designer for Graphic 45!  Missie enjoys traditional and digital scrapbooking, card making, custom t-shirt design, and loves to dabble in other creative outlets like sewing and jewelry making.
In her life outside her scrapbook room Missie is a wife, mother, and student.  Her boys, Blake age 6 and Ian age 4, enjoy “helping” her craft and making their own creations.  As a family they enjoy travel which always gives Missie a lot to scrapbook.   For the last few years she has been working towards becoming a nurse and is in a full time RN program.  As you can see busy is just a way of life, but Missie says crafting is her sanity and helps to keep her grounded.





No comments:

Post a Comment