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A Very Special Bonnet

January 30th, 2012 , 2 Comments »

Stampin Up Everyday Enchantment Bonnet Sale a Bration Occasion Mini

Hello Folks. . .  Welcome to another Monday.  I just love making craft projects and 3D items.  Today I have an adorable bonnet to share with you.  When I think of bonnets I think of Easter but this little gift could be for any occasion. 

First thing I did was cover a 4 x 4 thin coaster with designer paper from our Everyday Enchanment Designer Pack. FREE when you place a $50 order.   I put a very thin coat of Tom Boy #110755 glue on my coaster.  Applied my paper and let it dry for just a tad, then I ran it thru the Big Shot using our Scallop Circle Die #113468.  The top of my bonnet is an empty Stack and Store Container #103649 that buttons come in.  If you don't have an empty one you can find them on pg 226 of your catty.  I put sticky tape around it and attached my 5/8" Very Vanilla Ribbon #117291.  Our 2.5 Circle Punch #120906 fits the top of the container perfectly.  

Bonnet Box Stampin Up Sale a Bration Occasions Mini Easter Bonnet

My flower is made from our 1 3/4" Scallop Circle Punch #119854.  I punched eight of them.  Spray them lightly with a mister and crunch them up in your hand.  Now uncrunch them but be gentle.  I then stacked them on top of each other and inserted a brad in the center and began to bring each layer up towards the center.  Viola' you have a scalloped vintage looking flower.  I once again used some Tom Boy glue to attach it to my base.  Added some of the pretty green organdy ribbon from the SAB mini.  Fill the inside with your favorite candy.  I used some Skittles that I had on hand. 

This reminds me so of an Easter Bonnet but would make a wonderful gift for a special friend on their birthday.  This idea comes from one of the display boards that was shown at Stampin' Ups Leadership Conference.  Oh, so cute. 

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Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope you try and make your own Bonnet, it's a fun and easy project.  Have a wonderful day.  Happy Stampin'

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2 Responses to “A Very Special Bonnet”

  • This is beautiful Sandy. 

  • This is gorgeous!! Love love love this idea and have tons of these containers laying around!! Can't wait to make some of these for Easter!!

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    I will be featuring this idea on My Crafty Picks #55 with a link back to your blog on 3-4-12. Make sure to stop by to check out all the picks and to pick up your blog badge to display on your blog for being featured!!
    If you wish to decline please email me by responding to this comment to let me know.
    Thanks and take care
    Tiffany Bauer
    http://www.mycraftyworld.blogspot.com

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