Saturday, 15 April 2017

 A very quick Easter Saturday post to share the gift I made for my room mate on the recent trip to Perth for Stampin' Up! Onstage. It was fairly easy, using the Window Box Thinlits and the Window Shopping stamp set. Until May 31st, they are available to buy as a bundle at 10% off from the Occasions Catalogue. After May 31st, they'll still be available but there is no discount.

As I said, its fairly easy. You begin by cutting two of the largest piece for the box. You will need one for the top half and another for the bottom. This makes a difference when you cut the designs into the sides, as the heart in the centre of this one needs to be cut correctly and the same applies to the birthday candles.

To emphasise the pretty pattern, small squares of Peekaboo Peach have been placed inside the box, but it can look just as sweet with the see-through effect. It's such a handy feature that the ink colours, card, ribbon and other embellishments all match in the Stampin' Up!® range. Matching is never hit and miss!!

This box is a good size for edible treats, but I placed a Body Shop small body butter in here and it is a perfect size for those gifts also. Even though it is too late for Easter gifts there is still time for Mothers Day and you'll be really early for Christmas!
I have a class this Friday (21/04) evening at 7pm or Saturday (22/04) at 2pm, if you're able to come to South Morang, Vic to join us.A couple of my regulars have found themselves with holidays and reunions happening at the same time, so we have gaps at the table and product already cut. We're also making a bag with the Gift Bag Punch board, and a couple of tags to match your gift box & bag. Call or email, for your spot. 0417 500 681, I'd love to meet you and help solve your crafting problems.

Cheers, Rachel

These are some more variations of the boxes.

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