Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Ghirardelli® Box

In this weeks SCS Weekly Inkling, Beate has a tutorial on this box. I thought it was just too cute to pass up, had to try it! Here is the link to the tutorial:

Beate's Tutorial

And here is my version:



And it opened:



I show the picture of it opened because I did the closure a bit different than the tutorial shows. I rounded the flap corners so it would tuck behind the scallop border I made and put the dimensionals on the top part instead of the bottom of the scallp medallion I made. This was soooo super quick! and lots of fun to make. Gonna make a few more now! LOL!

Thanks for stopping by today and Happy Hump day! Week is almost over! Seems like its flying this week to me. We didnt get much of the ice that was predicted for us (told ya! LOL) Just on bridges on windshield on DH's truck this morning. So that is a good thing! ( to quote Martha, haha!)
--CAT
Box Details:
Stamps: Studio G dollar stamp
Paper: SU! cardstock
Ink: memento tuxedo black
Accessories: SU! marker, scallop circle punch, circle punches, scallop border punch, ribbon, piercing tool, dimensionals, MS clear gem sticker, terrifically tacky tape

10 comments:

mudmaven said...

So cute! Glad you didn't get hit with that icy mess! Stay warm. ~chris

Kelli said...

Oooh, pretty! You made this for me, right?! It'd be great if you tuck some Godiva chocolates in it for me!

Theresa said...

Darling box, Cat! Love the way you tuck the flap under. Very cool!

Becky said...

This is adorable, I wouldn't mind getting this :). Stay warm

Julie Koerber said...

WOW Cat -- this is about the cutest thing ever! Love the colors,the design-- everything!

Janine said...

I love this CAt!!

IL Cielo di Praga said...

lovely this cards and colours.beautiful.kiss

Patti J said...

Very cute! The white scallops just make the box pop!

Have a super weekend!

Jennie said...

This is a lovely box! Love the Kraft with the pink! Great job.

Donna said...

coolness! what a FUN way to close it! love your little box.

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