Monday, November 4, 2013

Pocket Tissue Holder ~ Fall Leaves (post #1)

I wanted to try one of these using double-sided pattern paper instead of using a solid with design paper accent panels as I did on my 11/2 post {here} .
Each way has its pros and cons.
For this one the design paper from one side {leaves} shows up a lot more prominently than the other side {orange/rust} so one side of your design paper is not seen much.
With the two-sided design paper you have to make sure your pattern works from all directions.
If the design in the paper has a design that would be upside down if the paper is turned then the front and side panels would have the image upside down.
With the solid background you can turn the cut out panel accents to look just right.
I used my brand new Spellbinder dies and my older, never used scallop punch to add the decorations to the holder.
Add a little sentiment and ribbon and this makes a wonderful gift for someone special.



*Sentiment stamp called Thinking of You from Hero Arts
*Scallop circle cut using the Spellbinders Lacey Circles die set.
*2 in. circle cut using a Marvy Uchida punch.
*1-1/2 in circle cut using a Fiskars punch.
*Opening oval cut using the Spellbinders Media Mixage Ovals One die set.
*Opening scallop cut using an EK Success punch.
*Design paper from the Martha Stewart 12x12 Classic Woodland paper pad.
*Stazon Timber Brown stamp pad.
*Ribbon from Celebrate It 360 (Michaels)
*Directions on You Tube by France Martin {here}

May your day always be filled with love.
Crafty hugs,
D~

Please join me and play along with these terrific challenges!
Cuttlebug Mania Autumn
Connie Can Crop #16 Leaf it up to me
Hiding In My Craft Room #122 Fall colors
Curtain Call Welcome home photo inspiration {wreath}
Perfect Sentiments Fall or Halloween
Sentimental Sundays #179 Falling into autumn
V's Sweet Ideas #17 color theme {red, brown, sage green, golden yellow}
Eureka Stamps #64 Fall leaves or feathers
Every Day Is An Occasion Sunday Funday #15

14 comments:

  1. I really like this. This would make a great idea for Christmas Also.
    I was wondering if you could share the way you did this.

    vickiebryn@yahoo.com

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    1. I added a link to one of the You Tube videos I watched.
      I'll send it to your email also.
      Hugs,
      D~

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  2. This is a lovely project and useful too. Thanks for playing along at Cuttlebug Mania x

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  3. This is just wonderful!

    Thanks for joining us at Eureka Stamps this week.

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  4. Wonderful creation! Love those papers! TFS

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  5. What a fantastic idea for a get well soon 'card'.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at HIMCR for our Fall Colors challenge....good luck!
    hugs--
    Roberta
    Hiding in My Craft Room Design Team
    Queen Bee Paper Crafts

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  6. This is really cool! I love that it is a Kleenex holder!! Thanks so much for entering again this month D!! Scrappy hugs, Connie
    http://conniecancrop.blogspot.com

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  7. What a fabulous idea. Thanks for sharing with us this week!
    Karen
    Eureka Stamps

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  8. Fantastic idea and fabulous creations!!! Love the beautiful colors of your patterned paper. Thank you for sharing your card with us at Sentimental Sundays.

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  9. Wow, you have been busy. I love your tissue box, so pretty. Thank you for joining in with our Autumn challenge at Cuttlebug Mania x

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  10. FAB project, super creative. thanks for joining us at V's sweet ideas.

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