Saturday, 19 July 2008

Christmas in July!

Yikes! the thought of it!

However I suppose for those of us who like to make our own cards and little gifts it is time to start thinking about it so we are not left in a panic in December :)



I had made these little origami boxes years ago and then I stumbled across some instructions for this stepper box on split coast stampers - unfortunately the original person who prepared the instructions is not credited but if anyone would like the instructions I found then please just leave me a comment with your email address and I will be more than happy to forward them on to you.

I think this would make a lovely gift box for a few very special gifts (eg jewellery sets, or expensive chocolates :)

Supplies used (all from Stampin' Up!):
Patterned paper: Dashing (look out for a special offer on patterned paper coming on 1 August)
Card: Ruby Red, Old Olive, Very Vanilla
Stamp sets: Terrific Tags (Level 1 hostes gift - yes free if you host a party with more than £150 in sales - or even just place an individual order for £150)
Ink: Old Olive
Accessories: Scallop punch, small tag punch, circle punches, always artichoke ribbon

4 comments:

Dawne said...

would love a copy of the instructions thanks xxxx

Dawnejames@aol.com

Dawn said...

Lovely project - could I please have a copy of the instructions

Thank you

d.inskip@ntlworld.com

Tracey said...

This is a lovely idea and I just adore the colours that you have used. Please may I have a copy of the instructions

traceyrossos@hotmail.com

isla said...

I love this box. My cousin made something similar which she calls a 'surprise box' which is also lovely. I would love a copy of the instructions for yours. Many thanks.

Isla

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