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Here I created a candle wrap, card, centerpiece and a gift box.
I used the sweet cup sleeve template to create the wrap for the box (I glued two pieces of dsp together since the wrap is longer than 6 inches) and then I die cut the leaves from the Rose Gold foil card stock and wrapped it around the bottom and glued them with liquid glue. I then took the Night of Navy/Rose Gold metallic edged ribbon and wrapped around the lid edge and glued it down with liquid glue.
For the top of the lid I used the stitched circle die to cut a piece of Night of Navy card stock for the top. I then added a die cut image and popped it up with dimensionals and die cut some leaves from the Rose Gold Foil card stock.
I used the template I created for the candle to cut my dsp (I again glued two pieces of the dsp together since the wrap is longer than 6 inches). I added a Melon Mambo bow to the front to finish it and adhered it with liquid glue.
I created a simple card that can be used as a wedding, garden party invitation. My card base is 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and scored at 2 1/8 from each end. Fold and now you have your gate fold. I cut 2 pieces of dsp 2 x 5 1/4 and used snail to adhere it. I then took a hole punch and punched a hole on each side. I then took about 12 inches of ribbon and thread it through and tied it into a bow for a closure.
For the inside I printed on my computer a sample wedding invitation and stamped the flower in Melon Mambo and the flower center and leaf in Night of Navy. This gives the invite a special touch. You could create a baby shower, garden party etc. invite with this medley.
For the centerpiece I took two pieces of dsp and slide them inside the blank mason jar (the jar has no images on it, got it from amazon.) I wrapped the Melon Mambo ribbon and the Night of Navy/Rose Gold ribbon together around the jar. I love how this turned out. You could do this with any dsp for any occasion or holiday for a simple inexpensive centerpiece. The flowers I got from Dollar General that are from David Tutera Collection.
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