Hello my crafty peeps!
I'ts beginning to look alot like Christmas, as I craft away on sixty Snow Globe box cards. My daughter
loved Mary's Christmas box cards so much she asked if I could cut thirty. It soon turned into sixty.
Yes you read that right...SIXTY the big 60
Whew, my Sizzix Eclips2 machine had a good work out and so did I. LOL
Gotta love my Eclips2 machine!
You can get the Eclips2 machine by click on my link on the right side of this page.
Plus Leo and Mary are offering a $20 gift card to their store so you can get some of their kits.
In case you can't find it, the link is below. Tell them Misty inspired you :) Thanks!
Mary's kit contains many beautiful box cards like the ones pictured below.
Click on the link to get this kit.
Plus you get the current kit FREE when you purchase.
What a DEAL!
Mary's Snow Globe is so beautiful with all the pretty snowflakes.
This is a darling and fun box card with all the trees and tiny train.
This is sure to bring a warm welcome to anyone on your list.
This Poinsettia box card is one that I made and I simply Love it.
It's so fun to make and so pretty.
This is Mary's lovely Poinsettia box card.
Of course you can't forget Dear ole Santa in this cheery (SMILE) Santa box card.
Close up of one of my daughters cards.
We used the Tim Holtz paper pack and also his
distressed inks. For the musical notes in the circle globe, we used Tim Holtz idea-ology Musical Tissue Wrap and it worked perfectly. At first I thought it would be too thin, but sandwiched between the two papers, it worked great.
The stamp Wish was from one I had in my stash, not sure where I got it.
We also used Tim Holtz brass brads.
They all turned out lovely and each one was unique and one of a kind....all 60 of them :)
I sure hope all my daughters clients will enjoy and love them as we put
a lot of love into each one.
Now for my long Winter nap! LOL
How about a Freebly today?
Click on the link below to get the FREE svg file
I see my First little Honeydew melon on the vine :)
I think when I sat it outside a few days ago it was pollinated by a few bees that
were buzzing around. In fact a butterfly sat on one of the leaves.
I can't wait to see it grow into a large Delicious fruit!
I guess I do have a green thumb:)
Do you see that tiny honeydew?? Yep, that looks like it to me :)
I'll keep you posted on it's progress!
That's it my friends for another day.
Have yourself a wonderful Thursday.
I hope that I've inspired you to start crafting these super cute box cards.
Well,, not 60 of them at one time. lol
Please keep watching as I have some Very Special news to share with you on my next posting.
I'll give you a hint....the first words starts with C and the second is a E.
Hold that thought until I post this exciting news.
Have a great week!