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December 15, 2009

Christmas Packaging Done JustRite

I love to create little boxes for gift giving. I created this cute little box for my mail carrier. I used Brawny RC 100 in Emerald Green from Paper Temptress for my box bottom (8" x 8" piece scored at 1-1/2" on all sides), layering Basic Grey Figgy Pudding Pattern Paper on Neenah SuperSmooth Blue card stock. For the lid, I used a piece RedCrepe card stock (6" x 6" scored all sides at 7/16), then using the Spellbinder Large Pinking Circles cut an opening in the center. Once the box was assembled I cut a piece of acetate to place inside the lid. To fill my box, I bought some Dark Chocolate Drizzle Caramel Clusters from Target.

To create the tag, I used the JustRite Christmas Joy Borders & Centers and Small Oval Stamper, stamping my image in Black Archival on Watercolor paper, then coloring using the Marker Watercoloing Technique. Once dry, I used Spellbinder Oval Dies to cut the oval, edge the card stock in Ruby Red. I used Spellbinders Label Four to cut a panel from the Emerald Green card stock, then layered my stamped oval. I lightly spritzed the tag with Pearl Glimmer Mist (slightly causing my Red coloring to run), adhered a few Red Kaiser Pearls and attached to my box.

Below is a link to the pattern I created for the Box - finished size is 5" x 5". I'm trying a new method for adding documents, so it it doesn't load and you need a visual, just use the email me button on my sidebar to contact me.

Gift Box.pdf

Stamps -JustRite Christmas Joy Borders & Centers
Ink - Markers, Black Archival, Stampin' Up! Ruby Red
Card Stock - Paper Temptress Red Crepe, Green Emerald Brawny RC 100, Neenah SuperSmooth Blue, Stampin' Up! Watercolor
Other - Sticky Strip, Basic Grey Figgy Pudding, Pearl Glimmer Mist, Big Shot, Spellbinders Oval, Pinking Circles & Labels Four Dies, Kaiser Red Pearls, Sponge Dauber, Acetate, Gold Cording


Gerrie Johnnic said...

Just Right! lol, the template downloads great in this program, thanks.

Danni said...

Very nice!! Looks so yummy!

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