Sunday, June 14, 2009

Bali Breeze Field of Flowers








I had to create a project with Aqua and Peach for color challenge due this weekend. First I chose a retired Bali Breeze Designer Series Paper by Stampin' Up! The colors were perfect! Then a scene came to mind with sweet Miss Anya. I wanted to incorporate Miss Anya in a field of flowers and throw in some candy that matched the challenge colors. I came across this awesome tutorial and knew I had to make one! My box is a tiny bit different. The top flap is a little shorter and I used Stampin' Up's slit punch for holding the lid flap. SU ribbon, card stock, & trio flower punch. The longest strip of grass I hand cut and added some pieces from Sizzix grass die. I colored her with my SU markers and added eye shadow! It's sparkles when you see it in real life. ;-)

Here is the tutorial if you want to make one for yourself. Box tutorial

Stop by her blog and let your know how wonderful she is for taking the time to create this tutorial.

13 comments:

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh this is darling awesome job.

linda said...

Very cute box and a great gift! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

Michelle Forrest aka transprntbutterfly said...

Very cute and an adorable gift!

Jeni C Slack (^0^) said...

Thanks so much for leaving a sweet comment on my page! I loved your box, I will try to make one like it. :)
If you make cards, please come play with us, and there is a prize of up to $500 at Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge Best, Jeni MMDT Member

Tracy said...

I love your version, great job!! The slit punch is another great idea for the closure. Thanks for the link!

Donna A said...

That it sooo cute.

Kay Kalthoff said...

Absolutely darling! I love the coloring you did with the SU markers!

Anonymous said...

Goodness gracious. It is adorable. I saw it in person and of couse it has that Elizabeth Bling to it. Just adorable. Another great job.
Hugs,
Lori

Ruby said...

What a GORGEOUS box Elizabeth. I love it! Thanks for sharing the info on the tutorial too, I'm going to have to check that out!

Anonymous said...

Oh thank you for filling me in. Just couldn't find it.
Your watermelon container looks like a really fun project. Thanks for sharing it. :)
Kaylasgrammy

Suzie said...

Such a cute box. So talented!! I would love to receive the template & instructions. Thanks for sharing you talent!!

Anonymous said...

The watermelon template would be to die for!!! Thanks so much for generously sharing.
Christy
stone.lucas@att.net

stampingdiana said...

Great bag!
You did a fabulous job!
Thanks for sharing!

Diana C