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Featured Paper Blog Hop-Chelsea Gardens

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CTMH Featured Paper Blog Hop-Chelsea Gardens


Thank you for joining us on this Blog Hop with lots of ideas and tips for you while using the Chelsea Gardens paper.. A Blog Hop is a 'circular' group of Blogs that you 'Hop' to (or click the link to) that will give you lots of tips, techniques and inspiration for the topic of the Blog Hop.  I hope you enjoy your time with us and enjoy the projects. If you came from Shirley Ross's Blog you are on the right track!

Here is my project for today:

I was going for a manly box that would be good for a Valentine gift.

I also made it with the scallop edges, SO Cute!


Cut paper 9x9 and score at 3” all around


I cut up two opposing sides and metered each as well as cut a bit off each end (ONLYon the corners, so they fit inside your box nicely).


Then adhere corners inside your box being sure to line them up at the corners.


The scallop top is put together the same way with the difference of using the Scallop border Thin Cut to cut the edge…

CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Blushing Backgrounds

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CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Blushing Backgrounds




Thank you for joining us on this Blog Hop with lots of ideas and tips for you while using the terrific thin cuts.. A Blog Hop is a 'circular' group of Blogs that you 'Hop' to (or click the link to) that will give you lots of tips, techniques and inspiration for the topic of the Blog Hop.  I hope you enjoy your time with us and enjoy the projects. If you came from Michelle Johns’ Blog you are on the right track!

Here is my project for today:

I used an acetate box from our ribbon packs, took off the label and wrapped Black Cardstock around the sides (I had to put two pieces together, which is why I made the White Daisy pieces smaller for each panel).




Then I put a piece of black and adhered the white panel to the top. I stamped the White Daisy panels with B1572 Banner Love. This stamp set is made to specifically meant to stamp a background on the Tag Thin Cuts...SO much Fun!! I popped the Heart on top with regular Foam Dots (gotta L…