Monday, 19 December 2016

And Then There Were More

Hello.  Welcome.  In the mood for a few more of the small pillow boxes, this time more obviously christmas themed.  I bought a lovely pad of double sided christmas paper from the Works and these are made with the same sheet, just back and front versions.

These fun stamps are from Power Poppy's Action Santa set.  I stamped, embossed with black powder and fussy cut them.  I chose to leave them black and white.  I stamped the flurry stamp from the same set and embossed with green tinsel embossing powder.  Two more gifts wrapped.......

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Gift It
Country View Challenge - Christmas
The Artistic Stamper Creative Team Challenge - Christmas


  1. oh, these are fun and festive and the green tinsel embossing powder is gorgeous! thank you so much for sharing another of your lovely creations with us this month at penny black and more!
    merry christmas,

  2. Those images are such fun Gail and your pillow boxes are perfect for our Black and White plus One theme at Penny Black and More challenge, many thanks for joining in.

    B x

  3. These pillow boxes are absolutely fantastic! I love the stamped images, the Santas are really funny and great in black and white! Thank you for joining the December challenge of the Country View Challenges blog!

  4. Super cooooooool!!!!! I love what you've done here, Gail, really FUN!

  5. They're so fun, and I love your choice of papers! Thanks for sharing them with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  6. What cool Santa images. Santa on the go, for sure!

  7. Cool way of wrapping up presents! Thanks for joining us at Country View Challenges this month!

  8. Great little pillow boxes! Perfect right about now, nicely done. Thanks for playing in our Sweet Treats challenge this month.

  9. These are so fun! I love pillow boxes. I hope whomever received it love the outside and inside :) Thanks so much for joining us at Power Poppy this month!


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