They're not quite done yet, but this is what I've been working on this week for my swap at our team meeting on Sunday. A while back I purchased a 'Scrapbook in a Box' project from another demonstrator as it used my favorite, the Petal Party Simply Stampin' kit. I offered this project with my FLEX class students and it went over quite well. For that one, I used card stock and patterned papers that I had on hand before I became a Stampin' Up! demonstrator (I'm such a paper hoarder!). We decorated the box tops with the Flower Folds Bigz XL die and a 1 3/8 inch circle in my FLEX class. This time around, I used several papers from the Sweet Pea DSP Pack, as well as two of my favorites, Cottage Wall and Razzleberry Lemonade. Our swap theme is to use punched/die cut flowers to decorate this month's project, which can either be the punch/die cut itself, or a flower created using punches/die cuts. I'd seen these beautiful paper roses on Gretchen Barron's blog, and I got the link to Julie Wiliams' tutorial for these beauties from Gretchen's blog. I knew I wanted to use those flowers in my project, so I decided to put them on the center panel of the scrapbook inside the box so they wouldn't get crumpled. I used the same flower die on the lids, but added sponging on the petals, and added some rose leaves I had on hand, left over from my Mom and Dad's 50th wedding anniversary party (wow, that's nearly 2 years ago!). I kept the inside pretty basic to allow the gals to add lots of pictures to their scrapbook page. I hope they like them!