Friday, December 14, 2007

Treat Boxes

Good morning. Do you have a busy weekend scheduled? Not only am I busy, I am looking forward to the new reveal for the Splitcoast Fan Club . I know I have said it before, but I love peaking into the extra gallery created by the best-of-the-best card artists. These artists are known as the Dirty Dozen, and on the 15th of each month, a new gallery is open to Fan Club members, where inspirational cards and paper art are displayed.
Open to the public is a wonderful list of tutorials, which is where I found directions to make these cute gift boxes. If you would like to make one of your own, click here. To view the gallery of other boxes, click here. As you can see, the choice of papers really give the box a look of their own. I'm partial to the pink one, myself, which will be filled with goodies for my son's girlfriend. The black one is for my daughter-in-law, whose favourite colour is black. These boxes will be wrapped in pretty cellophane and tied with a big ribbon.


Black and gold paper is from Brenda Walton's scrap pad to go by K&Company. Pink Paisley Sugar Plum is from Collage Press.


I hope you have a great weekend. Thank you for stopping by.

12 comments:

Penny said...

Wow, these look really great!! I am off to look at the instructions.

And you are old enough to have a daughter-in-law??? I wouldn't have thought!

Kim H. said...

WOW these are stunning! They will look so pretty filled with gifts! What a impact these will have on the girls!

Mistylynn said...

These are so cool! I love the idea. TFS!
Misty

Barbara said...

..wonderful idea..thanks for sharing the tutorial..Greetings Barbara

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My Paper World said...

Very cute boxes! Thanks for sharing!

Velta said...

Beth ~ These are just wonderful. Thanks for the tips :)

Ila said...

Wow!! these are wonderful!! I'm going to check the link later.

marge said...

Wish I were as talented as you, I had to go and purchase my treat boxes. I am making peanut brittle for my coworkers this year and putting it in a metal Christmas box. Love, Mom

malieta said...

Your treat boxes are awesome Beth!
malieta:)

Maria said...

Hey, Beth! I love your boxes! The papers that you used are fabulous! My goal next year is to try out the different tutorials out there in the stamping and scrapping world and this box will be one that go on my list. Thank you for the inspiration!

Maria

LaurenceB said...

Thank you for your explanations . I've made some for my christmas' guests . If you want to see them they are on my blog .
Thank you for all your tutorials .
Happy new Year !
LaurenceB