Stampin' Up! Tag It garden seed packet

One of the reasons I love going to Stampin' Up! events is because of the projects shared. Walls and walls of projects - oh, yeah! At last year's convention, a cute little pouch caught my eye. With it being spring (technically, anyway - let's forget that it's 80 outside), it's past time to share this little goodie with my ladies. This project, almost a direct copy of the one shared, is our class project for our Friday Getaway this morning.

UPDATE: The original project was created by Paula Wright, a Demonstrator in Utah. Visit her blog to see her blog post. 

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Want to create today's project? 
Here's what you'll need, along with the item number for easy ordering.
Stamps: Tag It (w130300/cm130303)
Project Colors: Old Olive, Tangerine Tango, Whisper White, Tempting Turquoise
Retro Fresh Designer Series Paper (132993)
Tools: Big Shot (113439), Arrows TIEF (132187), Framelits - Ovals Collection (129381), Framelits - Chalk Talk (129983)
Embellishments: Subtles Candy Dots (130933)
Other: Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755), Burpee Annual Seed Packets 

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A free copy of the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog
Rewards through my Customer Appreciation Program
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  1. This is so cute and clever, and I just love how you layered the different shapes.

    1. Thank you, Yapha! I can't take any credit for the design - it's almost a direct copy of the project Paula shared at convention. She is so clever :)

  2. Way to cute I missed that!! Thanks for sharing it these would make awesome gifts!!

    1. Yes, they would. One of my customers is sending hers to a friend who loves to garden. Another lady is a real estate agent and plans to use this to promote her business (seeds plus add her business card). Another customer is a travel agent and we were trying to figure out what clever things would fit. So many great ideas were floating around :)


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