I used the Fry Box Die as the basis for my box, however I changed it up a bit. I cut two box backs with bottom sections and glued the bottoms together to make my box (however, I didn't glue the box sides together yet at this point).. This gave me a front and back the same height and fit the nutcracker image better, as well as holding more loot! : ).
|Partial side view.|
Do you see the pocket and gift card in the above picture?
You can see it better here: the striped DSP forms the pocket for the gift card on the back panel. I used the Large Oval Punch to make it easier to withdraw the card. That's it! Fill a Cellophane Bag with treats, tie with a bow and you're ready to go!
Stamps: Santa Stache set
Inks: Tuxedo Black Memento Ink, Cherry Cobbler Ink Pad; Blendabilities: Skin Tone Assortment, Cherry Cobbler, Daffodil Delight.
Paper: Trim the Tree DSP Stack; Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White Cardstocks
Accessories: Mustache Framelit, Fry Box Die, Large Oval Punch, Paper Snips, Mono Multi Liquid Glue, Glue Dots.
Here's this week's fun challenge again:
Don't miss all the fun and fabulous Gift Card Holders made by the Challenge Team this week on the CCMC website!! Check them out!
Now it's your turn! Create a gift card holder and upload it at the end of this challenge post on the Create with Connie and Mary website (all the guidelines for the challenge are listed there). We love to see what you have made and cheer you on with comments on your blog post! Thanks also for all your participation this year! We've had lots of fun and creativity going on with these challenges!!
Thanks for visiting today! Take care!