Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Card/Gift Box

I made a new card and gift box. The thing is it is a card and gift box in one. I’m not really sure what to call it though --- is it a Card Gift Box? A Gift Box Card? A Gift Card Box? Decisions, decisions, decisions.
So, the idea came to me because I have been making hair bows, as well as adding the bows to my cards, using the Brilliant Bow Maker Classic Kit. I wanted to do a card and make a box for the hair bows. Tada! Why not make one? So, here is what I came up with. I still have to do some refining but it turned out exactly how I thought about it.
001 copy (Small)
So, here is the front of the card/box. I chose to use one of my Sugar Nellie images. She’s brushing her hair so I thought it was perfect for the hair bows.
002 copy (Small)
I used a McGill butterfly punch and punched one in yellow and orange and then added Ranger Stickles.
003 copy (Small)
Here is a close up of my image. I stamped her with Memento Tuxedo Black onto Cryogen White Cardstock and then colored her with Copics.
004 copy (Small)
I added a orange carnation, roses, and leaves (another McGill punch).
005 copy (Small)
Here is a side profile of the card box. I used my Scor-pal to make this and assembled it with Scor-tape.
006 copy (Small)
Here is the inside. For my circles I used Spellbinders Big Scallop Circles Large and Spellbinders Big Scallop Circles small. The sentiment is a JustRite Stamper sentiment.
007 copy (Small)
I placed the hair bows on a removable piece of cardstock.
008 copy (Small)
Well, what do you think? Would love to know what you would call this. I'll post the instructions in a few days for those that would like to make one. I want to refine it some, it has a few little kinks that I need to work out!

Thanks for stopping by!

9 comments:

Bobbkat said...

Adorable, love your colors. I would call it a lovely gift box!
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Barbara Bryant said...

This is gorgious and the work you put in this card box gift card box lol shows time and patient with love..I cant wait to see your next project.

Sheri said...

I...would call it AMAZING!

monica said...

Hi Stephanie,
OMG this is awesome--just love it-great idea too.Like the colors you used and the bows you made look perfect. Super.
Hugs
Monnie

MaryAnne said...

Beautiful.....I look forward to the instructions. Would love to make this to use for small gifts.
Thanks for sharing,
MaryAnne

Cece said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!! I LOVE ALL OF YOUR CARDS! You are so talented. THANK YOU for sharing your cards with us! I get so many of my ideas and inspiration from you.
Cece

Cindy2 said...

Instructions, please? Great stocking stuffer for little girls.

Mickie said...

"Bows for you" This is so cute, need instructs PLEASE.
Mickie

Anonymous said...

WOW, love your bow box,it it just beautiful and the bows are amazing, thank you for sharing.
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