Friday, 3 July 2009

Scallop pizza box a-la Ngaire

This is my last little lucky door prize post & this one is all about the very cool scallop flower on top. The scallop flower was one of many fabulous punch ideas demonstrated at Convention by Ngaire Anderson, (who is also the SU Demonstrator of the Year). To make it, I cut 3 punched scallop circles in half (made with some regal rose 'Patterns' paper) & made a cone with each one, by overlapping & gluing it. I pushed a rhinestone brad partially through the centre of another scallop circle. Then, you glue dot each scallop cone around the brad & voila – pretty scallop flower. I attached it to a regal rose mini pizza box, tied with some white taffeta ribbon.

Thanks so much Ngaire for sharing this very cool idea.
Next time, I'll be back with another pink project! Talk to you then

Inky wishes
Di


Supplies
Card/Paper: regal rose, pink pirouette, regal rose Patterns DSP
Accessories: white taffeta ribbon, rhinestone brad (Fire pack), lots of mini glue dots!
Tools: scallop circle punch

6 comments:

Andrea said...

So gorgeous & it helps that it's my favourite colour - pink! Will definitely have to try one!

Karen R said...

Diane that looks so gorgeous & I'm green with envy at your perfect bow!

The other Ngaire, in the UK said...

Loving the pink box!

Mind you thought I was famous for about 2 seconds!!! Thanks for posting buddy.

Jean said...

Di, I have just found time to look at all your latest posts - beautiful work - all of it!!! LOVE your little pink box. AND have just seen your new fur babies - arent they just the cutest?? What fun to have those bundles of mischief in the house!

Mel said...

Hey, Diane! I am a new Stampin Up Demonstrator from Germany. Sorry my english are not so good. Wow - You make it all so wunderful!I hope i make it some time so wonderful how you.Can i make a link from your blog on my blog? Please give me your answer on my blog www.melsstempelzauber.blogspot.com.
Your blog so great.
Love regards from Germany
Mel

Anonymous said...

Hi Diane,
This is the Ngaire from Australia! I just love what you've done with the flower on the box - it's gorgeous! I have to add this is the first time I've ever posted a comment where someone with the same name has done one too - how fun!!
Love Ngaire

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