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Saturday, December 6, 2008

Another Box?



Good Saturday morning Peeps!!! Another cold one here, I got a little Christmas shopping done today before heading to work, Yeah!!! Oh and I also made this cute little box. I can't seem to stop with the bags and boxes lately! I really love the frosty days DS paper from SU! It has such non-traditional Christmas colors! I am on a tangerine tango HIGH over here!!!!!

The box is made with a 5 1/2 X 8 1/2 sheet of card stock. I used the word window punch to make the opening, punched twice, and covered the inside with a small strip of acetate. Filled it with some chocolate kisses with almonds. Another cute Little gift to give to a friend, neighbor or co-worker.

Short post today! Have a great weekend! Happy Stamping!

Vicki

8 comments:

Lois said...

I can't believe all the neat things you are making for me lately...geeze didn't know you liked me that well. LOLROF just kidding. As any other project or day, you amaze me with what you make. Please do share the template for this little gem with your good friend.
Great job, and I didn't think I'd like that paper, now it's on my list to get at least one pkg.

Twila said...

This is a really neat idea. Gotta love the word window punch.

Diane S. said...

This definately would be a great little gift for all my coworkers. I would also like if you would share the template. What an awesome job. I still have not used my paper either and now have a reason to use it up. Thanks for sharing all your neat ideas.

reeree62 said...

really cute little box!!

Big Sky Paper & Design said...

Very cute!!! Super for Holiday gift giving! TFS

Jackie said...

Love this box...you come up with the greatest things gf!!!

Jaspere said...

That is just too adorable. If you are willing to share your dimensions that would be fantastic. These would make such cute valentines. I hope they aren't too time consuming because I'd need to make about 50 of them.

colleen.cass@sbcglobal.net said...

I love this box what a great idea.Is there a place I could find a tutorial? I would like to make these for my sons preschool class. Thanks!!!
colleen.cass@sbcglobal.net