Friday, 7 March 2014

Where's The Pizza?

Hello.  Welcome.  It's been a busy sort of a day.  It should have been a crafty day, grey and wet, and I did get some things done but the internet was on holiday and I've been working evenings this week so this is my first chance to share.  My man came to my crafty space to see what I was doing.  
"What you doing?" he asks
"Mini-pizza box" says I
"Pizza?" says he
"Nope, not even a mini one".  
I think he went away a little disappointed.  I on the other hand am very pleased with my first ever mini-pizza box.   I used the tutorial over at Scor-pal.  This was so easy to do with my scor-pal but still easy if you don't have a scoring board. 


I scored and folded MME I Believe Poinsettia paper.  Love these double sided papers for making boxes.  I cut a thumb hole to make opening easier.  It's a bit rough  I was going to use a die until I realised you can't successfully put a folded box through a bigshot!! 


 

I cut some of these using the Poinsettia paper again and also the Dots paper from the same range.  I used Crafts Too Frames 9 die and X-cut Ornate Frames die.  The edges have been inked with Brilliance Red Rocket Gold and the little strips I added are again from MME I Believe.  I found these die cut paper ribbons on the accessory sheet.  




I stamped the witch from The Greeting Farm Spooktacular stamp set, I have the red rubber edition, and re-dressed her for Christmas.   I coloured with promarkers and added clear Wink of Stella.   I love these little stamps and am managing to find uses for them other than just Halloween.  Great fun looking for new potential in old stamps.  Or even new stamps.......


So here's my finished box.  I've added some red ribbon to the die cut corners, a mini pom-pom to her hat and some sticky gems and snowflakes from Craft Creations.    



And inside?  A set of matching tags. 





My box of Christwitches is joining the fun at
The Greeting Farm FFF - Use a Diecut or Punch
Scor-pal - More Than One Score Challenge - Christmas in March and Dies
Loves Rubberstamps Challenge 93 - Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Tag It 
Crafty Ribbons Challenge 79 - Anything Goes With Ribbon 

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9 comments:

  1. What an awesome project. Thanks for joining us at Loves Rubberstamps.

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  2. Totally genius project, Gail! I love the idea of creating your own box with designer paper--good for any occasion, not just Christmas, I am thinking. Super cute surprise inside, too!

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  3. Love this little box and the gorgeous tags inside.

    Sylv xx

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  4. This is a really cool idea. Thanks for playing at Loves Rubberstamps.

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  5. This would make a fantastic gift. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Ribbons this week. Rebecca x

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  6. Love this entire project! The scor pal pizza box came out adorable and so are the tags !

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  7. What a funny idea a mini pizza box but it's relly great! Good luck for Crafty Ribbons challenge from Christelle DT

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  8. Really, really cute! I love how you wrapped the ribbon through the die cut! Placing tags inside a mini pizza box is genius! Thanks for playing along with the Scor-Pal More Than One Score challenge.

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  9. Fabulous creation! So many elements and repurposing the image is genius!
    Thanks for joining in our "Christmas with your Dies" challenge at More Than One Score with Scor-Pal and Good Luck!

    PS, a tip for the thumb hole is to use a circle punch inserted just half the way across, works perfectly!

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