Monday, 26 May 2014

A little gift box

At Telford I received a lovely little gift box with two chocolate sweets inside,
 as a swap from fellow Stampin' Up Demonstrator, Maria Mitchell.
Here's my version of this little box.

Front view - closed

Top view - closed

Side view - open

Rear view - open
The box measures 2 inches square by 1.1/4" deep and is a useful size for small items of jewellery.
The colour combo is mainly Coastal Cabana, Tangerine Tango and White.
Paper is from Retro Fresh Designer Series Paper.
Flowers stamped and punched using Flower Shop stamp set with Pansy Punch
and Petite Petals stamp set and matching Punch.
The lid sides are punched using the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch.
The fastener is a piece of  Pool Party Twine (SAB)
Flower centre is a Basic Rhinestone.
I really love this little box - thank you so much Maria


  1. Cute box Kate and perfect for Chocolate!

  2. Kate, this is gorgeous, love your colour combo and the beautiful flower, and I think how the box closes with the blue string bow is fabulous ( I know simple things please simple minds but I do love boxes that you have to undo, not that just slot in to close. Do I make sense ?)
    Janet xxx

  3. This is adorable Kate, what a fab little gift, great colours, love the flowers too xx Zoe xx

  4. This is gorgeous Kate, I hope you. Enjoyed your chocolates.
    Linda xxx

  5. wow what a great and gorgeous little box Kate.

    gr karin

  6. Hi Kate, what a beautiful box, love the design and the lovely colour.

    Hugs Erin x

  7. So sweet,as far as I am concerned you can never have too many boxes!


  8. Wonderful little box xx

  9. Hi Kate super cute box hun love it would love to receive a gift like that really lovely hugs Judith x

  10. Brilliant box Kate and love the flower x

  11. WOW Kate this is stunning xx Jan

  12. Nice gift - I take it that the chocolates are gone ! LOL. They probably tasted as nice as the box looks.

  13. I'm so glad you have this on here as I tried making it and couldn't see how the side flaps fitted ( I was trying to fit them outside the box!) Once I'd seen this I couldn't stop making boxes!! Ann x x


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