Monday, September 05, 2011

{ Proud to be MADE IN THE USA Blog Hop }

Did you know that all Clearsnap Products are manufactured right here in the United States, at our headquarters in Burlington, WA? They are! Every inkpad is made right here under our loving, careful guidance so that it will be the best quality possible when it reaches your craft table (and for years to come).

To celebrate Clearsnap's commitment to manufacturing products in the USA we have released a Limited Edition 3 Color Pigment Inkpad, MADE IN USA.

 Our Design Team has created stunning projects with this inkpad to share with you today, Labor Day! This inkpad has only been available to retailers purchasing inkpads and distinctive accessories direct from Clearsnap, as a "thank you" for their support of our company. 

We are giving one of these inkpads away!!! 
Please visit all of the blogs listed below as part of today's blog hop and leave a comment on each blog. Each comment counts as an entry into the drawing. 
Comments must be posted by midnight 9-5-11 PST to be eligible for the drawing. A winner will be posted on the Clearsnap Blog.
Charlotte Jenkins
You are here ---- Daniela Dobson
Mary Dawn Quirindongo

Today I am sharing with you how to create this little card.

I used a 2" scalloped punch to punch 6 circles from white tissue paper. I pressed the tissue paper in the ink pad, randomly, to get some color. I stacked the tissue paper on top of each other with one cardstock scalloped circle on the bottom. I added a brad to the center.

Start scrunching the paper, starting with the top layer. Keep doing that until all the papers are "scrunched". Use heat tool to dry/set the flower.
If you want more details I have a similar tissue flower tutorial.

I adhered the flower on a chipboard star with Zots Adhesive Dots. The bottom white strip of cardstock is stamped with star stamps from Stars4you stamp set by Stephanie Bernard using the same Clearsnap ColorBox Pigment Stamp Pad: Made in USA. 
I used a 2" Sizzix circle die to stamp the round sentiment. I cut it in half and tucked it under the stamped cardstock and twine.
All the paper edges are inked with Clearsnap ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink: Toffee.


Thanks so much for visiting!



  1. Great card! I love the tissue paper flower. Thanks for sharing.

  2. What a lovely project! Thanks for the hop!

  3. Stunning...especially the flower!

  4. Great flowers and I love the lookof Kraft paper.....well done!

  5. I love that flower!

  6. beautiful, love that big puffy flower and the inking is fantastic.
    Eva :0)
    I have 2 giveaway's on my blog

  7. What a great idea. Love your flower and the card.

  8. Anonymous10:27 AM

    Love the flower! So creative!!

    Karla Schroeder

  9. I love this card. I especially like the flower.

  10. So So cute!!!!! I love the flowers! Happy Labor day sweetie :-)

  11. Super cute Daniela! Love the tissue paper flower!

  12. Anonymous12:18 PM

    I've made tissue flowers but never thought of sticking in a patterned paper flower as shown in your tutorial. Great card too!

    Thanks for sharing.
    Dorothy C.

  13. Wonderful card--I like how you made the tissue paper flower.

  14. Your project turned out so cute, loving that cool stamp pad.

  15. Great card, love the flower.

  16. awesome card and love the flower,tfs

  17. love your paper flowers. I have just the occasion coming up for them. thank you so much for sharing..

  18. Quite frankly, I love everything you do! This card is no exception! Love the flower layered on the star - fabulous!

  19. I like the way you create!

  20. Very cute card! I love the flower, i can't wait ti try this technique!!
    Thanks so much for sharing!

  21. What a great flower technique! It is fantastic!


  22. Love the card & the tissue flower! thanx~prhmangel at gmail dot comLove the card & the tissue flower! thanx~prhmangel at gmail dot com

  23. Love it! Your flower turned out beautiful! I love this card!

  24. Great card. Thanks for the demo of your tissue flower

  25. Beautiful card! Love that tissue flower!

  26. Tissue flower is awesome.
    I like the way you colored the flower, easy and simple but beautiful.


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