Saturday, 25 October 2008

Blessing Boxes





After seeing the lovely blessing boxes on Marlene's and Rach's blog I thought I would give it a try as my scor-pal arrived this week. I have a table at a craft fair on Fri and Sat so thought it would be great to sell something other than cards. I decided to keep them really simple as I wanted to make quite a few of them. Inside the boxes are some yummy Swiss milk chocolates :) I've eaten quite a few in the making process...well, who wouldn't??


You can find the tutorial here.


I've used Figgy Pudding papers by Basic Grey, as I have lots that has not been used yet. I've then added a scallop border to the top of the box. I've added a tag with ribbon. I decided to tie the box closed at the top, so I punched a hole with my crop-o-dile and threaded ribbon through. The holly is a stamp from Unity, which has been cut out with a white border and pop dotted onto the tag. Here is a closer look:





Well, here are my troops in from the park, better run...

Have a great weekend,

Judy x

10 comments:

Dawn said...

They look fabulous Judy, all the best of luck at the craft fair.
I don't think you will need luck though.:)

Rach said...

they look fabulous Judy,
bet you will sell loads at the craft fair,
hugs rachxxx

stardustgemsandribbon said...

Oh I love your boxes Judy! Beautiful papers and I'm sure the contents are just as nice!
Hugs
Carole :-)

CraftyC said...

They are gorgeous, bet you sell loads!
Clairexx

ink'n'rubba said...

these are fabulous and are bound to sell at the craft fair, but don't eat too many more chocolates before hand! hugs, annie x

Andrea, said...

Oh these are wonderful, I love the papers. Good luck at the craft fair, I'm sure you will sell loads

TaraG said...

Wow!!! Judy, you have been busy! They look stunning! I love the blessing boxes and your holly and berries stamp is adorable and coloured brilliantly!!! I wish I could come the the craft fair but it is a little too far, lol!!! Darn, I wanted to get me one of your fab treat bags!!!
Hugs, TaraG

Anki said...

Aren't these just fun to do! I have been doing them for a long time after I found the tutorial from Angie Juda. You know that Angie has lot's of fun tutorials on her web-site? If not - you find the link to her Stampin Academy on my blog. Have a wonderful week + thank you for your sweet comments on my blog. Kram - Anki

Desire Fourie said...

I just love these gorgeous goodie bags. You have used gorgeous BG cardstock and the way you have finished of the tops are lovely. Warm regards

Kim said...

these are gorgeous.....thanks for sharing...

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