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August 16, 2012

Pyramid Boxes


Hi, Michelle here from Lady of Leisure Ink, thanks Pam for having me back to 'play'. I was looking through my various svg files the other day and came across one for these pretty little Pyramid Boxes.


The file comes from Monica's Creative Room, the files are free and there is a 'donate' button for anyone who feels so inclined.  She has a ton of really cute files - well worth checking out.

I got a little carried away and made 4 of these boxes.


I think they would be a very elegant addition to a dinner party table, with little treats in for your guests.  Take a look at the inside.


Personally I think they are just waiting for a handmade chocolate (or two!)

The black card stock for the box is from Colorbox, as is shimmery bronze card stock.  The glittery black card is from DCWV.  All the bronze card stock for the outside elements I ran through an embossing folder called 'Square Lattice' (from Stampin' UP.)  The beads,charms and gems are all from my stash.



Thanks for taking a peek at my project today.

Michelle


6 comments :

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What awesome boxes love the shape and the colors you chose are perfect for it. Thanks for sharing today.

mforquer said...

Wow Michelle - these are adorable! What a fun way to create a box, and I think it's fabulous for any fun themed party too! Gorgeous!
Hugs,
M

Adele said...

Your boxes turned out great Michelle, I made these a few years back for a dinner party, they were a huge hit :)

Pam said...

Beautiful box. Love the closure stick and the charm. Tfa

Audrey Frelx said...

Michelle, your pyrmid boxes turned out beautiful! Love the paper and how pretty they look!

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Adorable boxes! I love how you decorated them. And I agree - they are just screaming to be filled with chocolates! Thanks for sharing the link where you got the SVG file.

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