Here comes the bride — and the groom, the bridesmaids, and the groomsmen – plan ahead, practice a little, and then enjoy bring... Read more »
Choose flowers you really love for romantic and beautiful wedding centerpieces you’ll always remember. Read more »
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The first time you try our PowerGear2™ Pruner, you’ll be amazed — but it’s not magic, it’s gears. Our patented gear techno... Read more »
The first time you try our PowerGear®2 Titanium Hedge Shears, you’ll be amazed — but it’s not magic, it’s gears. Our patented g... Read more »
The first time you try our PowerGear2™ Lopper, you’ll be amazed — but it’s not magic, it’s gears. Our patented-pending tec... Read more »
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Adding a small photo charm to a bride’s bouquet is a touching way for a bride to remember someone special on her wedding day. Read more »
Create a beautiful setting for your post-wedding brunch. Using these Fiskars tools will make the project even easier. Read more »
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Our unique Tag Maker with Built-in Eyelet Setter features an innovative design that makes it easy to create tags perfect for gi... Read more »
Choose our low-maintenance Photo Bypass Paper Trimmer to trim large quantities of photos with speed and precision. An easy-to-u... Read more »
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Perfect for a wide range of sewing and quilting tasks, our Amplify® RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears sense blade separation and force t... Read more »
Perfect for tight, precise cuts, our Amplify® Mixed Media Shears sense blade separation and force the blades back together to c... Read more »
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Funny Face Magnet Gift Wrap is simple to make and quite literally gives each gift magnetic personality. Read more »
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With a few discarded mailing tubes, construction paper, and Fiskars Squeeze Punches you can craft these characters in under 20 minutes.
I have learned that succulents, like this little cactus, are almost impossible to harm and are a long-lasting gift for someone.
Now, being the person I am, I am not satisfied just handing a plant to someone, so when I saw this set, I knew it would be perfect for a little plant gift and got right to work!
First, I inked all of my letterpress plates and then ran one whole 12x12 sheet of cardstock through the Fuse and had all of my pieces in one quick pass through the machine. I pulled them out and put the box together with some adhesive.
Next I grabbed a few big punches, some pretty patterned paper, and began to put together the last few elements of my project. I cut some cardstock to 8 ½ x 5 ½ and folded it in half. I added a strip of patterned paper to the top, inked the edges, added a punched scallop circle, and a title to my card.
Next I added one of my letterpressed embellishment, a piece of trim, and a flower and my card was complete.
I decided that a little stick in with the plant would add another bit of fun and flair to the set, so I punched out another scallop circle, this one a bit smaller, and added another letterpressed piece to it.
I took a grilling skewer and cut it to the length I wanted. Then I added my little sentiment and another piece of trim to tie it all together.
Once all of these pieces were built, I put the plant into the box, added the skewer stick, and grabbed my card. Now all I have to do is deliver it to a very nice neighbor that watered our plants when we were gone for a couple of days.