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September 20, 2012

Clover Box (and a little something else)

Hi Everyone, Michelle here from Lady of Leisure Ink - thank you once again Pam for letting me 'play' in your space.

I know that last time I was here my project was the Pyramid Boxes, and I find myself here today with another box.  But I make no apology for it, because it is so stinkin' cute, and so stinkin' simple.  I am on the Creative Team for Kelleigh Ratzlaff over at The Digichick, and when she asked the team to use her file to make this box I fell in love.  Here are the boxes I made.



Aren't they sweet?  Just two pieces to cut and score - and only the lid need a little glue.  Here is a look at the inside (with the little something else that my post title mentions.)



The inside of the box is just folded, and held in position with the lid.  How easy is that?  The contents of the box are Hershey's nuggets, I used a strip of paper (1" x 3") and stuck it around the wrapper - really dresses up some everyday chocolate don't you think?

I used K&CO double sided paper for this project - having the inside of the box decorated just finishes it off nicely.

Here is another box I made, this one I cut slightly larger (so I could fit a few more chocolates in.)



I think I may have gone a bit over the top with the lace, but I needed something with that Cameo Silhouette on top - strangely enough I cut that with my Silhouette Cameo!  Here is a look at the inside.



The paper I used for this project I actually printed myself, it is from the Comfort Cafe Collection DVD from Stampin' Up.

The file for these cute little boxes is available here.

Thanks for taking a look at my project today.

Michelle

5 comments :

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Your boxes are gorgeous! Definitely going to go get that cutting file! The card stock you used were very beautiful too - you made this project look so easy to do ;). TFS.

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Your boxes are gorgeous! Definitely going to go get that cutting file! The card stock you used were very beautiful too - you made this project look so easy to do ;). TFS.

CathyinMN said...

Very pretty boxes! I really like that you covered the second one with lace -- so feminine and pretty!

Pam said...

These are do cute. And I just love the lace box. Awesome!

Creative M said...

Wow!!very Beautiful!TFS
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