Friday, October 14, 2011

Gift Box and Gift (updated with more pictures)

All the paper used in this project is from the For the Record Collection by Echo Park, except for the cupcake/ornament holder which is cut from a piece of scrap cardstock.

The ornament is decorated with leftover cuts from the box. I shortened the sides of the cupcake holder so the ornament sat lower in the box.

Cricut Cuts:
  • Gift Box Sweet Tooth Boxes cartridge (lower section made from  Lace Stripes, and the lid from Table Cloth).
  • "Ribbon" around the lid made from Martha Stewart Elegant Cake cartridge borders welded together (Newsprint).
  • Button Stars from Gypsy Wanderings (twine from Papertrey Ink)
  • Flower Handle, made from George &amp Basic Shapes, three flowers cut and glued together to make a handle.

Rise and Shine!

The patterned cardstock is printed with the Cricut Imagine using one of the patterns from Kate's Kitchen. The Toast and Toaster are printed off in layers and assembled. The Rise and Shine is a layer from another layer. One of the things I really love about the Imagine is that after one side is dried, I can make two-sided paper by turning it over and, in this case, I used the matching yellow without the pattern for the inside.

Cuttlebug Card

Cuttlebug Folders: Plaid (Inked on the debossed side) and snowflakes (on the snowflakes)
Cricut Cuts: Snowflakes: Snowflakes from Gypsy Wanderings and Reindeer from Very Merry Tags.
Scrap and Stickles.