Something Borrowed Wrapped Tea Light Gift Tutorial

Stampin’ Up! UK Demonstrator Pootles – Something Borrowed Wrapped Tea Light Gift Tutorial

Stampin' Up! UK Demonstrator Pootles - Wrapped Tea Light Gift Tutorial

I think that I’m very happily and totally unashamedly in love with the Something Borrowed Designer Series Paper. It’s one colour, Sahara Sand, with Whisper White, and because those are soft neutrals, you can pretty much put any colour with them and it will look great.

And I do love to add Cherry Cobbler in when I’m working with Sahara Sand, so that was the reasoning behind the first one, but I also love how the Night of Navy looks against the paper too, so there’s the reason for that colour choice!

It’s a really easy make, and can be resized for fewer tea lights.

Mine however is for 4 standard size lights, which is why I’m using 6 x 12″ (15 x 30cm) paper.


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After that, it’s just a scattering of decorative embellishments – the Something Borrowed Embellishments, Lace Trim, Jute Ribbon, Seam Binding Ribbon and all with a Dazzling Diamonds glimmer paper punch with the Pansy Punch.

Oh and the adorable hand held stapler is HERE! Plus you can get Blendabilities for FREE with £45 orders…!

Hope you enjoy the video!


Sam xx

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