In my YouTube video yesterday I quickly showed you what I’d made using the Crisp Cantaloupe Ruffle Stretch Trim, the Fancy Flower Punch and the Silver Glimmer Paper from this week’s deals from Stampin’ Up! Today I’m going to show you these products in more detail.


I just love playing with one colour. Crisp Cantaloupe is so pretty, I guess if I was asked to describe the colour I would say it’s a peachy-orange/coral. Stampin’ Up! make crafting so easy when it comes to their products and colours. With the exception of the Bakers Twine which is in Calypso Coral, all the other products I’ve used are in the Crisp Cantaloupe colour, the card stock, stampin’ ink, pattern paper and ruffle stretch trim. They all coordinate beautifully and I do not have to spend my time worrying about coordination when Stampin’ Up! have taken that headache away for me.


These Kraft Gift Boxes come in packs of 4 for just £2.75, which is a steal! That works out to be just 69p per box. The sides of the box have been layered with Crisp Cantaloupe card stock and then layered on top I’ve used the coordinating designer series paper from the 2013 – 2015 In-Colour Stack.


Here is a close up of the topper I’ve made for the box. How pretty it is just to have a handful of colours. The base is Crisp Cantaloupe card stock, with the Silver Glimmer Paper on top. I recommend you watch yesterday’s video to see how I made the circle of Ruffle Stretch Trim using the Jumbo Sticky Rounds. Next I’ve used the Fancy Flower Punch which is on offer this week, then the 1-1/4″ Scallop Circle, then the 1/4″ circle punch and finally a Vintage Faceted Button with a bakers twine bow.

If you like to try this for yourself don’t forget that  you have until end of the day next Tuesday 22nd April to snap up some of the products at a discount. You can click the weekly deals image below to view this weeks deals.



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