Blossom Builder Kit Challenge


 

At last week’s Maui Stampers team meeting, Peggy brought covered “sticky note” pads for all of us:

Peggy's Post-it's

I apologize, because the colors are a little off – they’re Razzleberry, Coral, Daffodil, and I think Limeade and Not Quite Navy, but I’m not sure.  She used the Blossom Builders Designer Printed Kit (#125410, $9.95) to embellish these.  She had us all laughing as she explained how she got started with the first one, then challenged herself to see how many different versions she could make with one page of  die cuts (there are two in the package).

Here’s a better look at the one I got to keep:

The sticky note I kept

Now you can see the colors!  Aren’t they gorgeous?  I love the way these turned out, and Peggy said she put them together in a flash.  She has a great eye for color and texture, and wait until you see what she did inside:

Inside my sticky note

Wouldn’t these make great party favors?  I need a little stash like this – how about you?

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3 thoughts on “Blossom Builder Kit Challenge

  1. These are so cute and colorful! I’m glad you shared this post. These would be fun little door prizes to give away or cute teacher gifts.The little designer brads in the center of the flowers are perfect!

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    • Dina, it’s very easy – if you have a 3×3 sticky note pad, cut card stock 3 1/4″ x 7″. Score in 3 1/4″ from either end to create the folder and attach your sticky note pad with Sticky Strip (of course!) To embellish the front, we used the Blossom Builder Die Cut kit from the Stampin’ Up! Occasions 2012 Mini Catalog and just layered pieces with glue dots and Stampin’ Dimensionals. Hope that helps!

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