Friday, March 26, 2010

Verve Project Parade


This month's Project Parade theme for Verve is Fun With Flowers. I created this little flower tray (or basket) for a birthday gift.  I used the Easter Basket tutorial over at SCS and just left off the handle.  The daffodils were cut using my Silhouette.  I then stamped, embossed and cut the flowers from the Feel the Sun set.  I stamped the flowers on Hibiscus Burst, Lemon Tart and Certainly Celery cardstock and embossed them in white.  Then I cut the pieces and layered them using dimensional adhesive to create the flowers.  I used craft wire for the stems.  I even created a little holder for the sentiment within the flower arrangement.  The sentiment on the box is the Happy Birthday Plain Jane.  After attaching the wire stems to the inside bottom of the box, I added the green filler.  Then I attached the flowers to the top of the stems. 

I thought this would make a great birthday gift by itself, but you can always slide a gift card in the tray for a little something extra! 

If you're interested in winning some Verve goodness, head on over to the Verve Blog to play along with this month's theme and find out how you can win!  I hope you'll play!

Thanks for stopping by today and have a great weekend! 

10 comments:

Beate said...

Oh my GOODNESS! I LOVE your flower box! Love everything about it. Simply gorgeous!
Hugs and smiles

Stephanie Kraft said...

Just gorgeous, Charmaine!! Fresh and beautiful flowers all year round - definitely a gift by itself!!

Alex said...

WOW!!!! Charmaine, this flower box is gorgeous, girl, I just love it!! Really makes me long for Spring!!! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Danni said...

This is gorgeous!!

Heather McNally said...

Charmaine - this is I.N.C.R.E.D.I.B.L.E!!!!!!!! :)

Jana Weaver said...

fabulous Charlie...those flowers are amazing!!!

resmith said...

I just love this!! What a way to keep flowers forever!!!

Radha said...

Love the pink, and the flower looks so sweet:))

Rose Ann said...

Wow....this is incredibly beautiful and creative, girl!! I LOVE it!!

Julie Masse said...

Holy cow this is totally gorgeous! What a happy bouquet - awesome job! :)

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