I’m so excited to share with you a project I’ve had in mind for a while now. The idea started percolating in my head when I saw Kelleigh’s sale viagra online
“>Cookie Wraps template and then upon the release of her Candy Dispenser Template set, I just knew I had to put this kit together. The idea here is to give these boxes along with a stamp set and some ink. Ready to get started? Here we go!
I thought it might be easier to break it down by project, so I’ll start off with the Note Cards and Envelopes gift item and work my through all of the items.
- Cookie Wraps by Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs
- Candy Dispenser Template Set by Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs
- Fancy Bag Template Set by Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs
- Little Black Dress No. 2 by Kellie Mize
- Ecology Paper Pack by Viva Artistry
- Wooden Doll Heads (3/4″)
- Exacto/Utility Knife
- Decorative Punches
- Double-Sided Tape
Here’s the close-up of the Notecards and Envelopes:
TIP: You can print out the template, I used Cookie Wraps by Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs here, on regular printer paper, cut it out, and use temporary adhesive to adhere to whatever card stock or paper you’d like to use to cut out your template. Here’s a example of how I did it.
Once I cut it out, I added a strip I made from the Ecology Paper Pack by Viva Artistry down the middle of the template.
Flipped it over to add the a piece of double-sided tape to hold it shut and another to attach the note cards and envelopes, as such.
I then finished it off with the label which I created in word and then cut it out with Nestabilities. The last finishing touches were the brads on each side of the tag and rhinestones under the words.
Next project is the Ribbon Holder which I create using Fancy Bag TemplateSet by Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs and here’s a close up of the final project.
I started off by printing the template as well as printing a sheet from the Ecology Paper Pack by Viva Artistry. Once I cut the template out I added a strip of the paper to the front of the bag as such.
I then assembled and pinched the top together. In order to make sure the top would stay pinched together, I added a piece of double-sided tape to each side as well as some velcro to the closure to make it easy to close and open, so it looked like this.
I finished it off by adding some rhinestones and the tag. I outlined the closure a bit more by adding some dashes with the white gel pen.
The final project is the Ribbon Holder which I used Candy Dispenser TemplateSet by Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs, here’s a close up of it finished.
I printed the template on side, flipped the page over and printed the paper from Little Black Dress No. 2by Kellie Mize. I cut it out and adhered it together. I added the buttons, to the inside and tag to the outside.
I thought it would be fun to add some feet to this box and so I used Doll Heads, painted them black and adhered them to the box. In case you’re wondering – you can find them in the wood section of your craft store and they look like this.
That’s all for my boxes and once again here’s a photo of all of them.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
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