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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Butterfly Tube by Jamie


Jamie Cripps put together a thoughtful gift using our Tubes and stickers. Jamie says, "My niece (who is very much a princess!) loves making her own bracelets so I decided to make bracelet kit for her! I designed a butterfly cut that would hold the mini tube. You can download the files through the links below:


Note: The cut file is designed to use a double sided paper as the lower butterfly is flipped.


"I filled the tube with a variety of beads in different colors and sizes and included some beautiful twines to string them on! I added the Princess stickers to the tube as well as the paper band that holds in the tube."


"I topped the mini tube off with the "make a wish" sticker and placed foam adhesives on the top corners of the wings to securely hold the tube."


SUPPLIES: We've Got Your Sticker #53007 Princess and The MINI Tube #38003.

Please be sure to join us on Friday, April 20th as Jing-Jing Nickel will be here as a Guest Designer. Jing-Jing is a former Designer for SRM and she is back for a day, sharing a fabulous project. We'll also be hosting a giveaway that day!  We have a suprise Guest Designer on Monday as well!

10 comments:

cindy said...

This is so pretty and opens up a ton of ideas for the tubes. Well done on inspiring us.

Jingle said...

This is fabulous!

Annette said...

so adorable...love this

Kelly said...

I love this so much!! My little nieces will help me make some for their party favors!

Julie S. said...

Love this idea !! Thanks so much for sharing.

Carolyn King said...

Awesome butterfly bracelet kit! Thanks for sharing your template!

Carol Hartery said...

This is AWESOME. I love the possiblities for this idea.
Thanks Jamie!

Melanie said...

Super cute, Jamie!!

Michelle Bertuzzi said...

Awesome project here Jamie! Love that princess/butterfly theme & how you made use of the tube.

~jan said...

Super-cute project, Jamie!

 
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