Monday, December 14

Gift Tag Box

Happy Monday my Friends!

Where does the weekends go? They sure fly by don't they?

Today I have a project to share with you. I made some Christmas tags for gifts and a cute little box to put them in.
The box is a 4" square using SU's Cranberry Crisp cs. The box top is 1/4" bigger, also made with Cranberry Crisp and SU DSP. I used a scalloped square nestibility to cut out the center of the box top and covered opening with a 4" square piece of acetate. I decorated the top with ornaments from Gina K's First Christmas and the sentiment is from her Signed with Love stamp set.
Here is a picture without the ribbon tied around the box. The ornaments were colored with Copics and then water colored with a clear Sakura Glitter Pen.
And here is the inside with the gift tags. I added dividers in the box to make four sections. The tags were made using stamps from Gina K's Calendar Bits and Pieces set. The base of the tags is True Thyme cs punched out with a 1 1/4" scalloped square. The To, From and Tree were stamped on Ivory PL and cut out with 4 different spellbinder labels, labels 1, 2, 3, & 9. I finished off the tags with an eyelet and ribbon.
Now I just need to decide who to give them to...
Have a marvelous rest of your Monday!!!
Hugs,
Project Supplies:
Stamps: Calendar Bits and Pieces, First Christmas, Signed with Love
Ink: True Thyme, Cranberry Crisp, Rich Cocoa, Copics
Paper: Ivory PL, Cranberry Crisp, True Thyme, SU DSP
Other Materials: Sakura Clear Glitter Pen, Spellbinder Labels 1, 2, 3, and 9, 1 1/4" Circle Punch, Gold Cord, Ribbon, Eyelets, Scalloped Square Nestibility Die, 1 1/4" Scalloped Square Punch

4 comments:

redwasher1 said...

This is so wonderful!! I don't think you have done a card or project that I don't love!!

Patti said...

Super awesome! I love the different nesties you used on these!

lisa808 said...

What a great gift. The little tags are darling and I love the box lid.

Helen Dooley said...

This is a great idea! What a wonderful gift for someone like teaches and such. TFS!