February 10, 2013

Super Sunday-3D Goodie Box!

Good Sunday morning blog readers. Wow what a storm we had yesterday. We went from losing all of our snow to rain a few weeks ago, which is totally abnormal in the month of February for Maine, to a snowfall that means maybe the groomers will be out grooming the snowsled trails this week to help our businesses survive throughtout the remainder of the winter months. Snowmobiling is a big draw to northern Maine this time of year.

I would like to take a moment to welcome three new girls to my downline team. Welcome to........

Ellen Crevison, Sandy Boutilier and Vicki Hagerman! 

These girls chose to sign up and take advantage of $156.50 worth of Stampin' Up! products for $99! How exciting is that! And what a great time to sign up during Sale-A-Bration! If that is something you have been contemplating for some time now, contact me and I'll walk you through it. The best part is that once you are signed up, you don't have to buy again if you don't want to!

Valentine's is almost here and I thought I would show you a 3D box I created to hold just a few sweet treats. I have the pattern for you at the end of my post. These are quick to whip up and fit 2-3 Ghirardelli Chocolates:


I used our new "Paper Doilies" for a cute little back drop. Just glue in place on the front and wrap the overhang around to the sides:


The banners were all created with the coordinating "Hearts A Flutter" framelits and stamp set. The inks I used were "Melon Mambo and Rich Razzleberry":


This is what the box looks like with the flaps in the open position:


And here is the pattern for you:

Have fun and have a great Sunday! Get some stamping time in today!


Stampin' Up! Supplies:

  • Cardstock: Pacific Point, Rich Razzleberry, Melon Mambo, Whisper White
  • Inks: Rich Razzleberry, Melon Mambo
  • Stamps: Hearts a Flutter
  • Tools: Big Shot Machine, Hearts A Flutter Framelits, Small Heart Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals
  • Accessories: Baker's Twine, Paper Doilies

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4 comments:

  1. These goodie boxes are adorable and thank you for the sharing the how to make! Congratulations to each of your new down line members and to you! Hear that another storm may hit the East Coast this coming end of week...sure hope you guys continue to survive well!...uh, hope that makes sense!!!

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  2. Love this Debbie....may have to find an Aussie choc that fits it tho as Ghiradelli chocs are really hard to find down here....and when you do...they are $$$++++. Great idea tho. ooxx

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  3. Awesome project and template. Love the bright colours.

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  4. Mmmm. I love Ghiradelli chocolates! This is a cute way to package them - love the way you wrapped the doily around the box. And congrats to your new downline!

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