Happy Sabbath crafty friends,
Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by and share some of your crafty time with me. It’s a busy season of getting some Holiday crafting done, so let’s get right to it.
Today’s project was created with my Artiste Cartridge. I used some very old Basic Grey paper and cut this cute little box out. I then made some cute little matching notecards. I printed out the little digi stamp from PaperCraftingworld.com. I used my EK Success border punch to decorate the tops and wrapped them with some twine.
Here is a closer look at the box. I Cut the red label out of the Cricut Artiste Cartridge and then used my border punch to again, decorate the top. I created the cute little red ribbon bow and topped it with a red button and some more green twine.
Here is a closer look at one of the cute little note cards. This will make the perfect little gift for my wonderful SIL who loves little notecards. Of course you can always fill the box with other little gifts.
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Products used to create this project
Basic Grey Paper
Ribbon and Button
EK Success Punch
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