Monday, December 14, 2009

Warm Winter Wishes Box



In keeping with my Christmas gifts, which I really need to get a move on, here is another little cupcake box transformed with Waltzingmouse Stamps. I have been meaning to have another excuse to bring Sewing Box Christmas out again and here it is! I used the various snowflakes that are found in the set for this one. I followed the Card Patterns sketch for inspiration. And because I couldn't find just the right patterned paper in my stash, I decided to make my own and I absolutely love how it turned out, just by using two of the smaller snowflakes from the set. I hope you agree. :) This box also follows the SPCC #27 color challenge.







DETAILS:
Paper - Solid light blue by K & Co, Solid Kraft and White by Wausau Papers, Solid darker blue by DCWV
Stamps - Waltzingmouse Sewing Box Christmas, Ink by Color Box, Embossing Powder by Stampendous
Other - Box from Joanns, Border Punch by EK Success, Fiskers circle cutter

10 comments:

Emily said...

What a fun idea! Love it.

Emily-SP Diva

IRIT SHALOM said...

LOVE ALTERED AND LOVE YOUR BOX !!
IRIT- SPCC DIVA

Belinda said...

Love the fun box! Great way of using all the fun snowflakes and making your own pp! Isn't it so fun? :D (And cost effective!!!) Soon you'll be sharing your own pp for our swaps! Haha!

Heidi said...

Wow! So pretty! Thanks for playing along!

Heidi, SP Diva

RobbynW said...

How fun! Your snowflakes really look hand stitched! Thanks for playing with us at SPCC.
Robbyn - SP Diva

rlo said...

hot box! great idea to swap cookies or other fun crafty or foodie things.

rlo said...

hot box! great idea to swap cookies or other fun crafty or foodie things.

whoistracy said...

Oh what a sweet little box!! Definitely agree that these would be perfect for cookies.

Stephanie Gruss said...
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Stephanie Gruss said...

As the recipient of this box I almost felt guilty for giving you an oven mitt filled with cookies while recieving a fantabulous box with scrapping goodness inside! At least your hubby was happy with the cookies! :)