December 13, 2014

Party Gifts!

In an earlier post HERE, I showed you invites that I made for a party that Dave and I hosted at home last weekend. I promised to show you the party gifts I gave each couple and here they are:



Aren't these super adorable? I know some of you will ask me for the pattern....well, because of time constraints, you are out of luck because I created this box using a pattern I purchased through my eCutter's store. I had to make quite a few of these so it was my eCutter to the rescue!  The little elves though are all punch art:


The only punch you see that I used that is no longer available is the Ornament Punch which retired a few years ago. I held on to it because it is the perfect shape to use for faces:


Isn't he cute? I even added freckles with a Stampin' Write Marker! Here are the punches I used:
  • Hat: Postage Stamp Punch. Glimmer Paper: 1/2" Circle Punch, Modern Label Punch
  • Face: Ornament Punch (retired)
  • Ears: Bird Punch
  • Eyes & Nose: Owl Punch & White Signo Gel Pen
  • Freckles & Mouth: Stampin' Write Markers
 
Thanks for stopping by to visit me today!
 
Project Supplies:
Ornament Punch (retired)






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12 comments:

  1. Absolutely so darn cute!!!!!! What a fabulous host and hostess you and Dave are. Sharing your love of paper crafting with you guests is truly a gift.

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    1. Thanks so much and yes, our guests loved them!

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  2. Hi Debbie!

    Adorable elf! Thanks for sharing the punches!
    Barbara

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  3. Love this and the colors, can you tell me what shape of a box it is called as I will check my ecutter store as this is definitely one to make. Thanks for sharing

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    1. Hi Eileen, can you send me an email and I'll send you a photo of the cut file?

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  4. These are so adorable. What a fun gift box to give away. I didn't think of anything in time so I bought pretzels dipped in chocolate from my girlfriend who had them in clear Christmas celophane bags, tied with ribbon. Next year I need to do something cute like this. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  5. OMG... giggling at how adorable these are! I love them! XXXOOO

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  6. These are just so very clever, cute and inspiring!

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  7. Oh wow these are super fun and so clever. X

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  8. Oh wow these are super fun and so clever. X

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  9. So adorable, Debbie! You make the cutest things! Happy Holidays! :)

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