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Tissue Paper Flowers

StampinUp tissue paper flower card designed by demo Beth McCullough.  Please see more at #StampingMom

It’s time for another challenge at Use Your Stuff Challenge Blog.  This weeks challenge is to create a project with tissue paper.  Well I own tissue paper, but have never used it before.  The flowers and leaves are all made with Stampin’ Up! Cherry On Top Cotton Paper Assortment (tissue paper)  I can’t believe how fun and easy it is to make these flowers.  I used the Pansy Punch and cut 4 Watermelon Wonder flowers.  For the yellow (Crushed Curry) flowers, I used the Petite Petals Punch. Use a mini brad to keep them all together in the center and crunch them.  Yep, that’s all there is to it.  I will be making more tissue paper flowers in the future.

For the layout, I used #PPA294.


I almost always make a card with someone in mind to receive it.  This time I didn’t, so if you want it, please leave me a comment at the top of this post.  I’ll draw a name and send it to you.  You may need to unscrunch the flowers after it travels through the mail.

StampinUp tissue paper flower card designed by demo Beth McCullough.  Please see more at #StampingMom

Do you all have your flowers and gardens planned for this year?  I can’t wait!  I love growing flowers and also have seven small vegetable beds.  One is Abby’s and she usually grows pumpkins.  I have one tiered bed for strawberries.  One large bed of raspberries.  I usually go out early every morning and pick these.  I like them so much, I’m not sure my family knows we have a raspberry bed, because raspberries rarely make it into the house. 🙂 The rest of the beds are for vegetables and herbs.  One of my goals this year is to learn how to preserve the herbs in the fall so we can enjoy them all winter.  I also want to start some tomatoes and other vegetables from seed in the house and I have never done that before. If you have any herb or vegetable tips, please let me know.  I would love to hear them.


Beth 🙂

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You make my heart happy!

StampinUp love card made with the Everything Eleanor stamp set by demo Beth McCullough. Please see more card and gift ideas at #StampingMom

Bermuda Bay is my favorite color.  Have you noticed Stamping Mom’s dress and shoes are Bermuda Bay?  Yep and my favorite sandals in real life are also Bermuda Bay.  Here’s a picture of them.


I don’t own a Bermuda Bay dress with Melon Mambo polka dots, however.  Anyway, my point is when I saw Bermuda Bay was in this week’s Global Design Project, I knew I needed to play along.

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This week’s Use your stuff challenge is to use Pop Dots, which is what Stampin’ Up! calls Stampin’ Dimensionals.  Since I use these on almost every card, it wasn’t hard to play along with this challenge.

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So are you wondering who gets this card?  Super Man (my husband Steve) is the one who makes my heart happy!  He’s been traveling a lot lately and I really miss him.  The next time he goes on a trip he’s going to find this card hidden in his suitcase!  Good thing he doesn’t read my blog.  Abby and Sean read my blog, so kids don’t tell him.

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Beth 🙂

Card Details:

Stamp Sets-Everything Eleanor, Lovely Amazing You

Ink- Early Espresso

Card Stock- Bermuda Bay, Tangelo Twist

Early Espresso candy dots

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