Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Easter Gift Box with Pattern

I could think of a few little ones (and big ones, too!) who would appreciate a box like this in their Easter Basket, what about you? :) This was a super fun project, built primarily around these Hershey's Sticks and my new set of soon-to-be-released Hanna Stamps! Can you see the cutey little fence around the bottom of the box? This is a close-up of the bunny main image. This set is slated to be released this Friday, along with a super "cool" Hanna set, Route 66. I colored him with Copics, then cut him out with my Spellbinders. Can you see the polka dot embossed white paper on the belly band? I did that with one of my BRAND NEW Cuttlebug folders, that I just got from eP today!!! Yeah! :) I also received (and used) my new Snowflake Glimmer Mist. You can maybe see it if you click on the above pic.

This is the pattern that I quickly drew up for this project. A couple of the edges got cut off when I cropped it, but the piece you need to cut is 7 3/4 x 8 1/2. The only part you cut off is the top and bottom (little rectangle) pieces of the 1/2 inch scored strip - hope that makes sense.

Please, just remember that this pattern (because people really do this) is not to be used for magazine or contest submissions, ONLY for personal use. There's more info on this on my sidebar, under the heading Copyright. Thanks for your consideration on this matter. If you can't see the dimensions, then you should be able to click on the pic, and enlarge it. Otherwise, email me for it!

I hope that you have fun with this, and leave a comment here with your link when you do! I'd love to see your projects! Tomorrow should bring an A Muse card, so I'll see you back here then!

xox,
K

Fine Print...
Transparency - Hammermill; CS - SU!; Stamps - Hanna Stamps!; Spellbinders; Copics; Michael's ribbon; Cuttlebug with Polka Dot folder; Glimmer Mist - Snowflake; Ink - Palette Noir, White Stazon; Crimper; Shredder; Scallop Scissors

7 comments:

  1. Very cute. Thank you for sharing the idea and pattern with us.

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  2. Oh, so cute! LOVE LOVE LOVE that bunny stamp!!

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  3. Love it!! The bunny is oh so cute.

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  4. What a cute project! Thank you for the pattern. Have fun at the park.
    Nancy

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  5. LOVE this done with a transparency! And those chocolates are so yummy. They've been my daily treat for a while now.

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  6. So cute! I love that idea. Thanks for sharing the pattern!

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