Tuesday, 26 December 2017

Snowy Pillows

Hello.  Welcome.  I hope you have all had a lovely christmas.  Looking forward to the New Year now and new possibilities.  We've been invited out New Years eve so I decided to make a pillow box to hold a small gift for my hostess.  

I've gone all white on white and kept it quite simple.  

I do have a pillow box die, but I wanted this bigger, so I took a piece of white card 21 x 15cm and scored it at 1 and 11 cm.  Then I cut the pattern using Poppystamps Snowflake Collage die.  

I cut and scored the ends and backed the snowflake collage with a piece of white mulberry paper.  Then I layered some of the smaller negative cuts onto the larger ones and stuck them and the other smaller pieces on the box. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

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  1. What a sweet idea and it's beautiful! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘White on White’ challenge at Dies R Us! Please come back again soon!

    Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please come for a visit.

  2. Very pretty WOW box which I am sure was well received!! Thank you for joining our challenge at Dies R us!
    Diane DRU DT {Nellies Nest}

  3. Wow-how different and unusual-gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at Die Cut Diva's!

  4. Gail, this is absolutely beautiful! I'm sure your Hostess will be delighted with the Box as much as what you took inside of it! Happy New Year!

  5. Beautiful white on white design. Thanks for sharing with up at Dies R Us Challenge Blog. We hope you will join us for future challenges.
    DRU DT

  6. What a wonderful idea and beautifully done. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas.

  7. Beautiful gift box Gail, looks gorgeous.
    Thank you for joining us over on Poppystamps challenge blog.
    Pam x

  8. Flott boks. Takk for at du deltar hos Scrappelyst.


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