Forever Succulents

This is my second post using the Perennial Essence suite of products.  Included in the suite is a stamp set, Designer Series Paper, Punch, Ribbon and floral centers. On Monday I showcased the Designer Series Paper and the Perennial Flower Punch.  You can see that post here….See previous post

Today my 3d project focuses on the Perennial Flower punch.

I wasn’t able to go to On Stage  this spring where demonstrators are introduced to the new products but I heard that one of the demonstrators used the punch to make a succulent 3D project.  I immediately started thinking about my own version.

Perennial Flower

The punch was designed to make a flower, using two layers of the punch together.  I used the punch 8 times then layered with glue dots.  I used one of the retiring bitty floral punches for the centers.  Once they were together I smooshed them upwards and brushed them with a sponge dauber on the edges.

  • Petal Pink card stock with Mossy Meadow sponging
  • Mossy Meadow card stock with Mossy Meadow sponging
  • Soft Seafoam card stock with Petal Pink sponging

In addition to the succulents, I also punched Mossy Meadow with my Daisy Punch and pushed all the petals together. You can see it in the bottom center and left side of the picture. Lastly I used the twig punch also in Mossy Meadow.  All those together with some moss purchased in a hobby store along with a cute little cardboard container.  I’m really happy with how it turned out.  So much so I’m using this as a make and take at my upcoming event.

Thank you for visiting today.  I always appreciate your comments and answer any question.  Stop by Friday May 17 for my final project, a Fancy Fold, using this suite of products.  Until then, 

Happy Stamping



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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.

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