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Friday, September 27, 2013

Snowy's Cup Gift Box

Today is my last Christmas post for this month and I have a special project to show to you today using the new High Hopes Christmas, Snowy's Cup and Cup of Cocoa Sentiment....
I thought this image and sentiment was too special to showcase on a card so I wanted to create a gift box for a friend to let the image be front and center.  I made the box using sturdy cardstock and using my Score Pal.
Here is an above look at the project....
Supplies Used: 
* Image & Sentiment:  High Hopes Christmas, Snowy's Cup and Cup of Cocoa Sentiment 
* Memento Inks: Tuxedo Black 
* Scor Pal 
* Paper:  Teresa Collins 6x6 Paper Pad, Christmas Cottage
* Green Cardstock on box: Bazzill Basics Paper 12x12, Two Scoops - Luscious Lime
* Green Cardstock on Heart:  Stampin' Up Limeade
* Red Cardstock:  Michaels
* White Cardstock:  Stampin' Up Confetti
* Heart Die: Sizzix Heart Framelits from Stampin' Up
* Snowflakes:  Creative Memories Punch
(All above links are for product available to purchase at One Crazy Stamper!)
Copic Colours used: 
* Tans: E42, E41, E40 
* Red: R39, R37, R35 
* Greens: G46, G43, G40 
* Blacks: C9, C7, C5 
* White: C1, C00, 0 
* Glossy Accents were added to: the candy cane, the candy cane trim on the mug, the heart, the holly berries, the eyes, nose and buttons
Here is a look at the finished project....

yummmm, Tim Hortons!

You still have a couple of days left to enter your Christmas project into the monthly challenge for over at One Crazy Stamper for your chance to win a fabulous High Hopes Christmas Stamp prize!


I would like to enter this project into the following challenge:
High Hopes Stamp Challenge Blog - Challenge #187 Punches & Dies
(I used a Snowflake punch and a Heart Dies)


Until Next Time, Keep Crafting!!
Merry Christmas;

3 comments:

  1. Gorgeous. I just love this and it is such a nice way to give a wonderful present. Socks.

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  2. Such a cut little box! Love this idea! Thanks for joining us for this weeks punches and dyes challenge on the High Hopes Blog!

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