Sunday, November 13, 2011

Christmas / Holidays at SSCC

Today I would like to show you a card box that I made. I have also made a tutorial on how to create the box. It can be seen on the Stamping Scrapping Design Team blog or my tutorial page.
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The card box will hold A4 (4 x 5 1/2) size cards. Here is a list of ingredients:
Here is a pic of the top of the box. This Tilda is brand new and I just love her. She is versatile and can even be used for a birthday, thank you gift, etc.
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I used several different papers from the Echo Park papers. The colors are perfect in this pack and they all coordinate so well.
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And the inside. It is quite large and will hold several cards.
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I am entering this into the following challenges:


Renkata said...

Such a cute box.

Janiel/ janny said...

Hello Stephanie, you box is adorable!! Love the DP with this very cute little Tilda..
Thanks for sharing with us!
hugs, Janiel

Anonymous said...

Love the box, and it can be used for other things as well as a card holder. Thank you for sharing the instructions.

Sandy said...

Stephanie your box is gorgeous and what a wonderful present!

Mickel said...

I love it! So pretty and a very nice keepsake!!!

Billie's Scrappetique said...

Very nice! Off to go look at the tutorial.

The Bug said...

Adorable Stephanie! Great card box.
Hugs, Wini

Mascha van Dijk Zimmerman said...

Lovely project! Bye Mascha

Elle said...

Sweeter than sweet! I love your card box. Beautifully done.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful project, love your sweet little Tilda
hugs Julie P

Paper Tails said...

Very nice box. Thank you for the tutorial.


Sharon said...

I just love your box Stephanie. Gorgeous all round. Beautiful Tilda you've used too. hugs Sharon

Francy said...

Hello, your card box is stunning. I love the stamp and the papers that you used in it.

La Vikinga said...

Pretty cardbox!

Thanks for being with us at crafty ribbons challenge number 6!

La Vikinga

Christina C. said...

What a fabulous gift idea! Thanks for the inspiration. This Tilda is my very favorite and you colored her to perfection.

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