Friday, December 27, 2013

Little Boxes

 2 days of over indulging in such scrummy food
The Salmon was marinated in beetroot made by grandson no.3
Didn't get a chance to take a picture of the Pavlova's
and the rest of the sweets.
All good things must come to an end and it is time to get back to work.
Unfortunately grandson no.1 has been working too hard
and was sick in bed all over Christmas.
Not much fun.

I made several of these boxes and filled them with chocolates to give as present.

You can find a video with instructions  HERE
It is one by the talented Christina Griffiths and can be found on You tube too.
The boxes were made with double sided 12 x 12 paper and the lid
I cut 5 x 5 inches to give it a lace border with a MS around the page punch.
Am entering this in:
Crafty Creations Challenges - Anything goes
The Paper Shelter - Anything goes
Stamp-n-doodle - Anything goes
Make it Monday - Anything goes

A Happy New Year to you all.

Margaret M


  1. Margaret, what a beautiful box! Very creative folding. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations for our "Anything Goes" challenge. I hope you had an opportunity to hop over to the other blogs for a chance to win prizes there too. Happy New Year and we are looking forward to seeing you in 2014.

  2. Fabulous boxes and yummy food Margaret. I saw this on MIM..Loz

  3. I love this little box! I saw it on MIM
    Happy New Year! Hugs, Rita

  4. I really like this design - so beautiful and a lovely way to make a gift more personal!
    I spotted your gift box on MIM.

  5. I am adoring this! Haven't seen anything like this before, I am definitely cking out the video and giving this a try. Thank you for the lovely inspiration! Saw you on MIM

  6. A beautiful little gift box... very unique folding... love it!!! I saw your project on MIM.

  7. What a wonderful little box. I definitely am going to have a go at this

    Thank you for sharing it with us at Stamp-n-Doodle Challenge and the best of luck.

    Anne-Marie x x


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