A little boy

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Hello to you all! I just love these vintage images and this one is so cute!

/Minna

Pion products:
For Father – Pocket watch PD1811
For Father – Money PD1810
For Father – Borders PD1806
For Father – Cut out PD1809
From Grandma’s Attic ~ tinted – Boys PD3103

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Wine Box

The delicate blue shades of Vintage Garden are so soft and beautiful!  This wine gift box was made by cutting and layering heavy chipboard pieces and then covering them with the lovely Vintage Garden papers.

 The sliding lid removes to expose a top layer of tools which lifts out to reveal the wine along with two goblets.

Pion Design’s exquisite papers showcase any project and turn something simple into something very special!
Instructions for making this project can be found on my blog.

Have a special day!
Tara

Pion products:
Vintage Garden – Garden PD3604
Vintage Garden – Flax PD3605
Vintage Garden – Blue ornament PD3606
Vintage Garden – Lady PD3607
Vintage Garden – Borders PD3610

  • Wow, this is completely amazing!! The construction of the box is so clever with the sliding lid and the decoration with these wonderful blue papers is gorgeous!!! Fantastic project!!ReplyCancel

  • Ciao Tara…
    Another wonderful masterpiece with a very good wine…i know it…hugs AdaReplyCancel

  • Theresa ~ Pion Design

    Tara this is gorgeous! Everything you touch turns to gold :)ReplyCancel

  • Fabulous creation xReplyCancel

  • this is amazing xxReplyCancel

  • Exceptionally beautiful Tara! Nicola xReplyCancel

  • wow! I love this box! It’s so beautiful!!!ReplyCancel

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Tag in a paperbag

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 This time I have made a Christmas card, and I’m well on the way with this years Christmas card production, but it’s only joy and happiness when I’m so lucky to have these beautiful papers,
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland, to create them♥
This time I made ​​a “tag in a paperbag” card, and the paperbag is stitched together using a sewing machine, and I’ve painted it with Dabber-Snow Cap.

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The tag  is punched from the sheet Winter bird with a dies from Tim Holtz.
For the poinsetta flower and leaves, I spent some “left overs” from the same collection, and colored it with different Distress ink colors. I save all my  remaining-papers, and use it for things like that.

Thanks for stopping by, and I wish you all a great day!

/Ellen

Pion products:
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland 6×6 ~ Deer PD3903
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland 6×6 ~ Winter bird PD3905
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland ~ Christmas bell PD3808B
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland – Borders PD3810

  • Theresa ~ Pion Design

    Åh så fantastiskt fint med rött till de bruna tonerna. Underbart Ellen ♥ReplyCancel

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A chocolate card in blue

I have made a chocolate card using Wintertime in Swedish Lapland. This time I chose the beautiful blue papers and a picture from the sheet Tags. On the inside of the card there is room for a chocolate bar.

I wish you all a great day of fall,
Marianne.

Pion products:
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland – Icicles PD3807
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland – Tags PD3812
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland – Borders PD3810

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Winter card

Made this card with the Wintertime in Swedish Lapland collection.
Those 6×6″ paper sheets are just perfect for cards!
Enjoy your day!
Ingrid xxx

Pion products:
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland – Images PD3809
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland – Christmas flower 6×6″ PD3902
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland – Winter bird 6×6″ PD3905

  • I love this winter card , all these details are so amazing !!! Congratulations Ingrid !!!ReplyCancel

  • A beautiful card !ReplyCancel

  • I always love Ingrid’s unique and beautiful work!
    This is inspiring me to get some Pion Christmas cards done~
    Thank you for sharing Ingrid~ReplyCancel

  • This is one of the most beautiful cards I’ve ever seen!ReplyCancel

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