Monday, October 29, 2012

A Different Kind of Two-fer

 This pretty little box is a new kind of two-fer.  For one thing, I picked the colors I used to go with the Sunday Stamps weekly challenge.  This week, we had a color challenge, Crumb Cake, Island Indigo, and Pink Pirouette.

For the second thing, I saw the cutest little box that Dawn O. made on her blog.  She put up a video and explains everything. I made the box and loved them.  But then I started thinking that if I changed the box a bit, I could make it longer and put more stuff in it (Dawn says the little box holds two fun size candy bars, and I fit in 4 of the Ghirardelli squares when I made them.  However, I want to make some sugared Pecans to put in my Thanksgiving treats so I wanted more room for more Pecans!)

I had to play around with the dimensions, but I did it easily enough!  Here's the result.  I love it!  I stamped the side of the box with the stamp in indigo.  The I stamped the flourish from Vintage Vogue, also in indigo.  Finally, I stamped the flower in pirouette, added a bright blue brad, popped it up, and Viola!  This great box!


I finished it off by adding a pirouette ribbon to tie the box closed and I can't wait to make my Thanksgiving favors!!  

Thanks for looking!

4 comments:

Joan said...

What a fabulous project using our colours this week. Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Stamps. Hope to see you there again soon.

Rachel Palmieri said...

Visited your blog from Sunday Stamps and I love the way you've used a combination of stamp sets to decorate the box. Looks great in those colours too.

Monica Hornof said...

What a sweet little box! Perfectly decorated :) Thanks for playing along at Sunday Stamps!

Dawn Olchefske (dostamping) said...

I love the tall box - great idea! Thanks for the shout out too!