Quick Video

Happy Thursday! 

I have a quick video to share of these little fabric/tulle flowers I made over the weekend.  We had our swim banquet on Saturday and I wanted to give the coaches a small handmade gift of appreciation.  I was so excited that this project was completely HANDMADE!  

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Kimberly van diepen stampin up demo






I started with making the cookies using my Cookie Press from Stampin' Up! So easy, so cute.  You can view them HERE.  The recipe that comes with the cookies is delicious.  Then I placed the cookies into the Season of Sweets Designer Kit.  They are more for Christmas time but since the Treat Envelopes are neutral color I knew I could use them for just a regular gift.  This little kit is SWEET.  Then I covered the Treat Envelope with a little designer paper and started to make my flower.  I used our new Tulle that you will find in the Mini Catalog and our Sticky Rounds (also in the mini) and Ta-Da… it was done.  Watch the video and start making these quick and simple little accents.  


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9 thoughts on “Quick Video”

  1. Carol Carriveau

    Your cookies made me hungry…LOL!   Beautiful flowers – thank you very much for the video!

  2. Jennifer Newsome

    Enjoyed the video!  I have a question, how  much tulle do you think it took to make the flower?

  3. Hi there Jennifer. Sadly, I didn’t measure when I was making that flower. YIKES. I don’t think it was that much. LOL. Does that help??

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  5. This is a fun idea – thank you for sharing and making the video.  I made one and measured my tulle at 1 yard (36") and I twisted it tightly and filled up the full circle.  Probably if you did a looser twist it would use less.
    Monika Davis

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