Friday, February 5, 2010

My Pink Paislee CHA bottles

Pink Paislee rocked at CHA- the team's designs were gorgeous, and the booth was just so beautiful! The vignettes within the booth were eye catching and I've spent the last few days looking at various photos with lots of pics of the booth. Since I don't have any of my own to share with you- I thought you would like to see the booth as taken from this CK video.

Creating Keepsakes Cute Booth Pick- Pink Paislee

I was so excited to see the bottles I'd designed in the video- even if for just a second! Rebecca bought these bottles and asked me to create some with the Queen Bee Line. I believe that AWESOME crown topper was bought from Home Goods!

I'm not going to go into a whole lot of intricate detail about how I created the bottles, as I think they speak for themselves. But I do want to say, they were a blast to create with- especially since these were the first designs I created for Pink Paislee.

This bottle I used the Bella Brads to insert into the cork, it made a neat topper. I also added in some beautiful older black and cream striped ribbon, and tied on a key charm.

I used a punch out and flip it journal spot for the background, over top a strip of paper. I added some cutout flowers, a silk flower with Bella Brad, some buttons and gingham ribbon with pearls surrounding the knot. I also made the flower leaves with some of the new decorative tape, folding it in half and cutting the leaf shape.

For the crown topped bottle, I added in some of this alphabet lettered twill, adding a ribbon knot and putting a silk flower with Bella Brad in the center.

For the bottle, I added several layers of paper, one with a deco edge, adding a bit of the lime diamond printed deco tape, and some of the gray dot tape. I added a punch out in the center, tying some twine on a button and adding another key charm. I added some fussy cut flowers from the Honey Bee paper and popped them up, adding some gems in the centers.

For this bottle, I used a cream Bella Brad in the cork, and tied on a couple strands of twine, adding a button and a key charm. I added a wide mat of paper, then used a punch out in the center.
I added some yellow/cream silk flowers, tied a small twine bow and added a gem on top of that. I also added in these berry stems, and cut and punched butterflies with my cricut and martha punch. I used crystal glitter on the white butterfly and added a pearl in the center of the smaller one.

For this final bottle, I added a lime Bella Brad, tied a thin black and cream ribbon on the bottle, adding a reddish green and cream flower with cream Bella brad to the center.

I used a punch out, adding a button at the top, and added a fleur de lis gem sticker to the center. I also added a touch of vintage looking lace ( thanks Kelly!) and another glittered butterfly. I used some of the diecut paper to add the bottom border- one of my favorite touches. and a simple pearl to accent it.

Thanks for dropping in and sharing my excitement today!



Juliana said...

WOW! These are gorgeous!!!

Kelly said...

Kristen, those bottles are BEAUTIFUL! Your description over the phone did NOT do them justice!! Wowwee!