Magnolia Memory Dies on a Wood Crate

Greetings my stamping friends. I am sharing with you another one of the projects I intend to put in my booth (#137) at High Street Antique Market in Plano, Texas. For this project I used the coordinating dies from the Magnolia Lane Suite to make my own magnolia flowers after watching a You Tube video on the Stampin’ Up! channel. However, once I had them all put together I wasn’t sure what to do with them. Then I glanced over and saw some tree branches from the Seasonal Layers Thinlits Dies for a project from long ago and an idea then unfolded ….

Here are the Stampin’ Up! products that I used in the design of this project which are available now and once the new Annual Catalog goes live on June 4, 2019:

Product List

The only thing I used from the Magnolia Lane Suite, again, is the set of dies, which will be available for purchase starting June 4, 2019:

Product List

So let me know what you think about this project. I added a few of the left over butterflies from my Sale-A-Bration Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper that I had in a bag sitting on my desk to fill in some blank spaces. But maybe I should have just left them off. You tell me.

Each of the magnolia flowers is made from using one die cut of each of the three-petal dies. Here is the video from the Stampin’ Up! design team sharing the technique on how to make these flowers, as well as a larger version using the (of all things) Hot Air Balloon punch that is a new item being offered in the 2019-2020 Annual Catalog!

If you have any question regarding any design elements of this project, do not hesitate to ask. As I have probably mentioned more than once, I always offer my tutorials and assistance for FREE with no expectations or obligations. I simply love what I do, and I love to share it with you all.

Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. Until next time, stamp on my friends.


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