Thursday, 11 January 2018

Boxes

Hi Everyone here are a few boxes I did for Christmas, they hold a few chocolates and I gave star ones to my "luncheon" friends and the others to acquaintances  instead of a card, they were thrilled I'm happy to say.

These star treat boxes cut from mirror card are
 from Monicas Creative Room, with
 labels I made into a cut file by Gina Cabrera,
 tied with gold twine from stash

 these star boxes were a freebie file I made into a cut file, 
from Papercraft Inspirations magazine,
 cut from mirror card



16 comments:

  1. Faith, what fun boxes. Those are perfect for some fun treats. You are so sweet.

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  2. What a fantastic design for gift boxes Faith! Love the star tops, and the mirror papers are absolutely fabulous!! hugs :)

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  3. Wow what great designs and shapes on both box styles. Great idea to give instead of cards too to some of your friends x

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  4. Wow, Faith! They're absolutely GORGEOUS! That mirror card certainly steps them up a notch, doesn't it? So elegant...and chocolate too? Who wouldn't be thrilled? lol :o)

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  5. Beautiful boxes look expensive in mirri card -love the star tops
    carol x

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  6. WOW these look so fabulous ...and looks like somebody is having fun!!!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  7. Your treat boxes are wonderful and look great in the bright mirror card :)
    Hugs Kaz x

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  8. These are such lovely boxes Faith and so bright and cheerful huggles Sue xx

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  9. Fabulous boxes Faith, I especially like the super star shaped ones.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  10. Hi Faith oh these boxes are so cute ,what a clever idea,well done my friend xx

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  11. They're all so pretty and something I've not seen before!

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  12. What beautiful boxes & I love the tree tags! Such a fun way to give chocolates!

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