November 7, 2017

Hexagon Gift & Favor Box!

Hi Blog Peeps! Do you like to create 3D projects? Especially for Christmas gift-giving? If you do, I have the neatest project to show you today. I purchased the pattern for the project I am showing today and will list here at the bottom of my post. I wouldn't feel right giving all the measurements away. 

I used the Painted Autumn Designer Paper for this box and added lots of products from the Holiday Catalog. I have lots of photos to show you so you can see all of the angles:

Here's a close-up of the products I used:

  • Green Sprigs
  • Mini Ornaments
  • Embossing Paste
  • Leaf Punch
  • Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper
  • Tranquil Tide Finely Woven Ribbon

I hand-cut the sentiment that was inked with Real Red Ink on Whisper White Cardstock. The sentiment is from the Hang Your Stocking stamp set:

I smooshed the Green Sprigs into my container of Embossing Paste and it looks like snow!  All of the items were glued in place with hot glue except for the ribbon which is threaded through the holes at the top of each section. 

I hope you enjoyed my project for today. I had a lot of fun creating and adding to make it perfect for a small gift. I can't wait to use it. Here's the link to where I purchased the tutorial and have a good day!

Paper Chaser TO


Create with Connie & Mary November Mini Coming Soon!

Our November Mini Subscription will be live on November 11th. Sign up now at Create with Connie and Mary and you'll receive all of the project sheets using the following stamp sets from the Holiday Catalog:

Sets we will be using:
  • Christmas Quilt Bundle
  • Hearts Come Home Bundle
  • Christmas Sweaters Stamp Set
  • Santa's Suit Bundle
  • Smitten Mitten Bundle

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1 comment:

  1. You are so good with these folding things. Years ago hubby and I started giving each other our gifts in the Amazon box they came in. My friends should understand that a ziploc baggie of goodies means I thought of them... they shouldn't expect fabulous packaging like this too! amirite?!


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