I found instructions to make a box out of a folded 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" card. I chose one of the cards from the Pining For Plaid, Paper Pumpkin to make mine. You can find the instructions on YouTube under Procrastistamper. The video is, Holiday Treat Boxes & Bag. I love this idea! Thanks for sharing Kimberley.
I used the Elizabeth Craft Designs Die, Santa’s Sleigh to make this adorable sleigh. I wanted it to be sturdy, so I cut the sleigh six times (three for each side.) Four were red paper and two were a heavy weight white paper. I sandwiched one white sleigh between two red sleighs. The box on the inside is a 4 3/4” x 3” piece of red cardstock scored at 3/4” and 2 1/4” on the short side and 1 1/2” and 4” on the long side. I cut these two score lines and the two directly across up to the 3/4” score line, then folded it in a box. I glued it between the sleigh pieces so I’d have a 3D sleigh, great for filling!
I've noticed pink is a trendy Christmas color this year. I decided to create a little something with that in mind. Snowflakes seemed to work especially well with pink. What do you think about pink for Christmas?
I created the pink flower on this box with my 1 3/8" circle punch. The center of the flower is a 1/4" x 6" strip of paper, I cut with my fringe scissors then rolled tightly. It was a fun project but challenging. I prefer quick and easy. 😉
I placed pattern paper and a shortbread cookie inside a 4 x 6 cello bag. Once closed I wrapped a belly bend with a "Thank you" sentiment on top. Just think of all the yummy things you can put inside and all the reasons to give one. 😊
You like chocolate, I like chocolate... I'd say we're friends of a feather. Wouldn't you?! 😅 I can't say I really liked the November paper pumpkin at first glance. However, the more I look at the pieces and challenge myself to use it, the more I like it. I'll try to make a card with the kit, but you how how I prefer 3D projects! This little pouch contains gourmet chocolate, which is so much better than a card! 😍