She wants to see your handmade creations and diecut, and premade flowers, BUT NO FLOWER IMAGES, or rather Flower Images ALONE do not count, there needs to be additional dimensional flowers added to count.
This is right in my comfort zone - I really like making flowers! For my project, I thought I'd show you a 21st birthday gift box I made from a template (Arty Farty, I think).
It's about 6 inches in diameter and is ideal for a small gift (like the earrings and necklace that was going to go inside this one).
I made the box from plain white card, and distressed and stamped all the pieces before putting it together. The request was for pink and purple, so that was the colour distress ink I used.
On the outside of each "flap" a further piece of card is stuck - I embossed these with my butterfly embossing folder and then coloured them to match before sticking them on.
I used some of my Nuvo crystal drops to put the faux "pearls" all around the edges of the layered panels (this took ages!) and then attached the ribbon and charm onto the front of the box using my hot glue gun.
I stamped the name and the 21 in versamark and then heat embossed it in silver. Then it was time for the flowers! I used my Dreamees stitched flower stamps to stamp out a number of varying sizes and cut them out. Then, I used my chameleon pens to colour them in. I was really pleased with the shading effect I got with the pens! Before I made the flowers up, I went over them with my clear wink of stella pen, which gave them a lovely shimmer.
I used my pokey tool end to shape the petals and then layered the different sizes to make a number of flowers, which I stuck (along with the name and number) onto the top of the box with my glue gun.