Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Floral Pillow Boxes And Seed Packets Tutorial

Hello friends! I hope you are all keeping well. Today I'm sharing a floral trio of DIY seed packets which I made using some gorgeous stamps and sparkles courtesy of the lovely Stampendous. I know I'm bias but I must say - I feel really blessed whenever my DT packages arrive because I absolutely love their products.

When I saw these flower stamps I instantly thought of making little gift packages which would be perfect for any keen gardener and sure to bring a smile - they certainly did for me! And with the summertime sunshine just outside my window, there's nothing else I love more about this time of year than the abundance of flowers! :)
DIY Seed Packet Tutorial - a perfect gift for a keen gardener. Ręcznie wykonane torebki na nasiona - pomysł na prezent dla zapalonego działkowicza lub ogrodnika.

And once I started playing I thought I would share a mini tutorial with you as well :). So here it goes. 

Supplies:

Stampendous: cling Cosmos Spray, cling Peony Spray, cling Pansy Spray, cling Seed Background, Aged Rose Embossing Enamel, Shabby Pink Embossing Enamel
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®
Plus: Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: 3D Thin Foam Squares - White, Crafty Power Tape
Other: Inktense pencils, seam binding ribbon dyed with Distress Inks, Faber-Castell PITT Magenta pen, pillow box template, corner punch

Instructions:
1. Using the digital template print three packets onto kraft cardstock. Do not assemble yet.
2. Stamp the your chosen flower image in black inside the template markings as shown.
3. Colour the blooms in with the Antique White pencil and distribute the colour with a water brush. Allow to dry.
4. Start adding colour to the blooms as shown.


5. Next, build layers of colour on the leaves.


6. Add some shading to the background.


7. Sprinkle the template areas with embossing enamels and heat from underneath.
8. Cut the template out and score along the dotted lines. Form the pillow box and secure with Crafty Power Tape.
9. Finish the edges with a gold pen.


10. Wrap a hand dyed seam binding ribbon around the packet.
11. Ink up the required part of the Seed Background stamp with a PITT pen and stamp onto your leftover card. Trim around the stamped label.
12. Round the corners with a corner punch. Adhere to the pillow box over 3D Thin Foam Squares.

Here is the finished seed packet :).
Stampendous Peony Spray - painting with Inktense pencils
And here are a couple of further ideas, if you would like to give it a go!

Stampendous Pansy Spray seed packet - DIY gift idea for a gardener
Pansy Spray seed packet. Torebka na nsiona ze stemplem Bratki.

Stampendous Cosmos spray - water colours
Cosmos Spray seed packet. Torebka na nasiona ze stemplem kosmos.
I hope you enjoyed today's mini tutorial! Thank you so much for stopping by and for all your sweet comments.

Big crafty hugs

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Challenges for this project:
Frilly and Funkie - It's Summer
Live and Love Crafts # - In the Garden
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Country View Challenges June - Shabby Chic
Our Creative Corner - What Makes You Smile
Vintage Stamping Challenges # - Hot Sunny Colours
Noor Design #7 - Here Comes Summer

20 comments:

Ros Crawford said...

Oh my they are STUNNING!! That last one is my favourite!

Joanna said...

Przepieknie pokoloroweane stemple. Same stempla sa cudne. My na te pierwsze po lewej zawsze mowilismy motylki. W akacje zawsze kwitly :-)
Teraz juz wiem jaki efekt daje puder enamel :-)) Napewno wszystkow yglada pieknie.

Pamellia Johnson said...

Wow Joanna, these are just gorgeous! I love the seed packet idea and your flower stamps are so beautiful and coloured to perfection! The gold edging really adds an extra touch of elegance! hugs :)

Crafting Queen said...

Wow, these are just stunning!!

Samra Leshinski said...

Oh my goodness these are breathtaking!!! Love the way you colored the flowers and added embossing enamel to give it that rustic elegant look! Simply genius! Thank you so much for the tutorial, I sure will use it! Bookmarked! Have a wonderful day!

janice15 said...

They are just lovely... I agree any Gardener would or should love these.. Happy Wednesday with love..

Carole @ From My Carolina Home said...

Wow, so cute and you make it look easy. I'll have to try that! Thanks for the tutorial!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Absolutely beautiful, I adore the flowers and your shading, works beautifully on the Kraft. Gorgeous. Tracy x

BurningRubber said...

Wow! I am blown away! These seed packets are stunning!!!

Stampendous said...

Gorgeousness! These flower pillow boxes are just amazing! Great little tutorial the gold edging really finished off the box nicely. Thank you for posting your fabulous project today.

Teresa Kline said...

hey Asia! these are stunning, your coloring is amazing! I am having a giveaway on my blog, stop by to enter. so glad you played along with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

sparkle & shine *~*

barbara macaskill said...

WOW! WOW! WOW! WOW! WOW! These are absolutely spectacular!! LOVE the soft colors! TFS!

Furrbster said...

Love the tutorial. These are really fabulous! Those pencils look really good too.

Hugz Tinz

Jan Hill said...

Wow, these seed packets are gorgeous! I love the Peonies, what a great idea for a lovely present for a gardener. The colouring is beautiful, very subtle. Thank you for joining my challenge at Our Creative Corner. Jan x

Ammaris Art said...

Przesliczne pudeleczka, cudnie je pokolorowalas. Moim absolutnym faworytem jest to ostatnie :) Pozdrawiam serdecznie!

Sue C said...

Beautiful gift boxed Joanne ! The flower stamps are gorgeous and the Inktense pencils have added the perfect colour. Thanks for joining us at Frilly and Funkie. Sue C x

Astrid Maclean said...

Stunning project, absolutely love what you did here, just beautiful!
Thanks for adding it to our challenge at Countryview Crafts and sorry I only come to comment now, but better late than never I guess...

Georgie C said...

My goodness, these are just sublime!! Wow Joanna these are so incredibly beautiful... now you're newest follower too, your work is just amazing. Can't wait to see more creations!! Thanks for playing along at Frilly and Funkie.
Hugs
Georgie xx

Buttons said...

Simply beautiful Joanna! As ever you've got such an elegant touch to your projects and the touch of shimmer is perfect. Thank you so much for playing along with us at Frilly and Funkie. Jenny x

Sandra Mathis said...

Hi Joanna,
What a fab idea to create your own seed packets! These are beautiful; lovely images and colouring, as well as beautifully decorated with the frantage and seambinding. Thanks for joining LLC for our "In the Garden" challenge.

Hugz, Sandy
Owner & Operator @Live & Love Crafts

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