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May 27, 2015

Die-Namites & Craftwell Week: 'Wedding Silverware Holder' by Pam Bray

Cut 'n' Boss Design Team: Pam Bray Cycle 11

Our week of fun continues!

All week long we are featuring projects created with the amazing Die-Namite dies and giving you an opportunity to enter for a chance to win a $25 dollar gift card so you can snatch yourself some fancy dies! We are also adding some Craftwell mini embossing folders to make the pot even sweeter!

To enter: Follow our team's blog posts and leave a comment. When done, hop on over to the Die-Namites blog, and leave them a comment on their blog post featuring Craftwells' embossing folders. At the end of the week, each blog will pick a winner from the comments! Each blog will announce the winner on Monday!<--- that means there will be 2 lucky winners in the end!

See today's amazing post by Pam!



Great DIY Wedding Idea

Hi it's Pam today on the Craftwell Blog sharing with you a fun Silverware Holder idea using my Cut N' Boss, Craftwell Embossing Folders and Dies along with a die from Die-Namite.  Die-Namite is sponsoring the Craftwell Cut N' Boss Design Team this month on the Craftwell Blog. 



 I began by cutting two of the Folded Tag Dies out using my Cut N' Boss.  (You can get two Folded Tag pocket dies out of one sheet of paper).



 Once the Folded Tags are cut out, run back through the Cut N' Boss with the Motif Embossing Folder.



 Fold sides in and adhere on the side and bottom to form the pockets with your Mega Adhesive Runner.



 Cut a strip of burlap and place around. (I used the Xyron Creative Sticker MAX because I wanted to have adhesive on the whole piece of burlap.)



 Cut two of the Tim Holtz Tags out so you will have one for each of the Folded Tag.
 Run both through the Cut N' Boss using the Alpha Embossing Folder.



 Die cut six of the blue polka dot papers out to make two roses. (I cut two of the green polka dot ones out but did not use them)



 Cut one petal out of one of the flower shapes, two petals out of another and leave the third whole.



 Using a stylus, tweezers, and a soft mat...Roll and form flowers. So roll the one and two petal pieces you cut out using your tweezers, insert the one petal into the two petal you roll and glue at base.





 Like this...I used Glossy Accent to glue them together.


 Now roll the three and four petal pieces and repeat. Gluing the two petal into the three petal and the three petal into the four petal....For the last flower piece, cut toward the center, using stylus and tweezers bend and pinch to form flower and glue the prepared rose piece to the middle of full flower pieces.

 This is what it should look like when it is all pinched and glued together.
Tie a pretty ribbon around the burlap. Adhere the Folded Tag to the top of the Alpha Kraft Tag. Add  prepared rose when glue is dry to front of Folded Tag with Glossy Accent. Allow it to dry completely.


 Tie a some Aqua Twine around the burlap and tie a gold bow to hold the ring. 



 Cut two sets of the Pompom (DN-1086), one in gray one in pink from the Lawn Fawn Paper Pad. Cut the pink Pompom Buds off place on top of the gray Pompom. 



Here is a closer look at the Pompom Die along with how I tied the ring on with twine.


I hope you enjoyed my tutorial on how to make the beautiful roses and try making a few along with making some of the fun Silverware Holders for your next special event. 

Thanks for following my project today! 

Be sure to leave me a comment to enter our giveaway, and to double your chances, be sure to head over to the Die-namites Dies blog  and leave a comment there too! 

Hugs Pammejo


Supplies:
WeR Memory Keepers Nesting Fold Over Tags
Tim Holtz Tag
Lawn Fawn Lets Polka Dot Paper
Aqua and Kraft Card Stock
Gold Glitter Card Stock
Burlap
Ribbon
Xyron Mega Adhesive Runner
Xyron Create a Sticker MAX
Xyron Create a Sticker 1.5"
Tiny Attacher
ColorBox Chestnut Roan Ink



20 comments :

  1. OMG this is super adorable. I love love love this idea for party. thanks for sharing.

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  2. I absolutely LOVELOVELOVE your silverware holders!! This is perfect for parties and barbecues! My neighbors always have weekend gatherings and I think I am going to make up a bunch of these for them to use next weekend! They always provide all the food and drink for everyone and I know they will love having these for friends and family to use. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. wow... love these little pockets! Beautiful details and colors... love all that texture!

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  4. What a creative presentation! Love it! Thanks for the inspiration to try something different (& beautiful!).

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  5. WOW!! All I can say is I want to come to one of your parties!! Especially if this is just how you present the silverware!! so pretty and thank you for sharing!

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  6. WOW! those are AMAZING!!!

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  7. Your holder is just
    beautiful! I'll try to
    make some of these
    for family reunion!
    Carla from Utah

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  8. Lovely idea Pam! The color scheme is fantstic, TFS!

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  9. Beautiful silverware holders. Love the little engagement ring peeking out from the bottom.
    these could be adapted to any occasion. I might try it for the annual fish fry that I have at the house in august.
    Jazz up the picnic.
    thanks for sharing.

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  10. Lovely idea Pam, lovely fresh feel to this with your colour choices. Tracy x

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  11. What a fab idea! These are adorable... thanks for the step-by-step!!

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  12. Love your projects and tutorial. Embossing folders are a must at my crafting table and I love the ones you show cased today.

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  13. These are just amazing!

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  14. Fabulous idea. Love the colors.

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  15. Fabulous idea. Love the colors.

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous, Pam! Love the colors and texture on the place settings!

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  17. woooowww!!! great idea! I love so much!!!!

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  18. Love those flowers! Fabulous projects, thanks for sharing!

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