Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Ready for Christmas???

Yeah, me either but I thought if I put the calendar up it might help me get in the mood. I was going to make a Christmas “something” today. I went to the paper rack to pick some Christmas colors but I just couldn’t do it. I ended up picking blue and white, I told my friend it would be a Christmas “something” well it just didn’t want to be anything Christmas. It ended up being this really cute little double slider box for a wedding. Lol
I am sure I will get in the mood soon but the weather is just so nice still. Give me a day of bad weather where the doors have to be closed (or at least the pool is closed) and I will be ready.
Wish I could take a picture and show just how cool this little box is.

This card is totally CASEd but as usual I don’t know from who….. I know, I know. I really am trying to work on that. So anyway if I CASEd you please let me know and I will happily add your link.
Ingredients: (oh no I didn’t forget) lol
Ballet Blue Stampin up
Basic Black Stampin up
Whisper White Stampin up
Stamp – from ABC Distributing
Pearls from Hobby Lobby
Embossed with 2 embossing folders
Hearts were cut on cricut at 1” and 1 ¼” With the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge.
I heat embossed the top heart paper with white ink and glitter embossing powder before cutting in the cricut.
Scallop punch Stampin up
Ok now I remember why I don’t do ingredients.... Hope I remembered everything.


  1. Lovely, lovely lovely! I have a black and white card bouncing around in my head too...thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. Mary
    These are stunning-very beautiful

  4. This is a lovely box!! and I like the calendar!

  5. Great job - these are cute, cute..
    these are great boxes...I have seen one in person last year at a weekend in PA. I was wondering if I could get directions for this project...I would love to make one. Could you email me or whoever the directions are from contact me. Thank you


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