Burts Bees Gift using Succulent Garden + How to make Roses

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Burts Bees Gift using Succulent Garden + How to make Roses

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Well today’s project is a little mini gift, ready for Mother’s Day, which in the UK is on March 26th, so a little over a month away, but I love to make little treats for my Mum.

She and I are both fans of Burts Bees products and while you can get little gift packs of smaller sized treatments, often the packaging can be a bit plasticky and uninspiring so I decided to make a little treat bag of my own to pop in 3 of the best seller products!

And for me, this was a great chance to share how to make your own rolled roses. They’re so easy, and the size of them depends on the size of the circle you start with. This little darling is made with a 2″ circle punch, but larger framelits would work as well!

What do you think? Fancy making a mini treat or some roses? I’d love to see yours!

Happy Friday everyone!

S xx

Paper – 6 x 6″ (15.25 x 15.25cm)

Score on the FIRST side at 1-1/4, 4-3/4″ (3, 12cm)

Score on the SECOND side at 1/2, 2-3/8, 3-5/8, 5-1/2″ 91, 6, 9, 14cm)

Stamped panel – 2-1/4 x 3/4″ (6 x 2cm)


I hope you enjoyed this project, please do use the hostess code to get free product! (hostess code shown in the top right of my blog for the current one!) Learn more HERE. If your order is over £150, please do not use this code as You become the hostess and get the Rewards!



Sam Hammond

#1 Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. Thank so much!! . . . I will add some cellophane paper to wrap it and end it all with a nice bow.
    I enjoy so much your tutorials.

  2. So lovely!!! TFS!

  3. Donna Lewis says:

    lovely little gift box I really love to watch your videos your so caroming if I’ve had a stressful day I just watch one of your videos and hay presto I’m feel much better cant Wait for the hot glue gun vid xx

  4. Sweet little gift, and love the rolled rose! Haven’t made one for so long myself.

  5. Oh my gosh Sam, great project! Love Bert’s Bees products too! Thank you for the rose tutorial! What? Hot glue gun project.

  6. Hope you Plcture,sorry if I sent it twice x

  7. Lovely little gift. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  8. I could totally see a ribbon closure by punching slots around the top edge and threading ribbon through. Such a cute little box! Thanks for the tutorial!

  9. So Sweet! Love, love love your packaging videos and ideas. Thank you so much for the inspiration ‘across the pond’

  10. Lisa Sylvia says:

    Very cute, love the rose.

  11. Lovely project Sam. Love the Rose too.

  12. Toni Ellsworth says:

    Darling little box. Easy to make.

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