Oh, Hello again!

Oh, Hello there!  Today's project is my Goddess project for the Stampin' Royalty challenge blog.  This week's challenge is a clean and simple (CAS) challenge, so there is no reason for you not to start creating something fabulous and link it up before next Wednesday!

I just received my fancy favor bigz die, I have wanted both this die and the distressed dots background stamp FOREVER, and since it is SAB time, this was the perfect time to splurge!  This box is super simple to assemble and decorate, just perfect for those first time stampers.

The new swallowtail butterfly stamp fits in just right on this box, you definitely need to stamp your stamps before you fold and assemble.  Also, when stamping on the primrose petal core'dinations card stock, you will need to add some additional time for the ink to dry so you do not get smudges.

The Oh, Hello stamp set was stamped in pool party for the chevron, early espresso for the sentiment, and cut out with a smaller oval framelit.  I aligned it on the box, folded down the side, then stamped the flower on the other side.  A flower from the flower trim was layered on a small scallop circle punch that was crumpled.

Natural trim ribbon makes some cute handles, attach them with a few glue dots or sticky strip and it should hold well.

So, here you go, a quick and simple project just perfect for that little gift, or candy of course!  We have been super busy here at the Conner house, we just got back from Mackie's belated birthday trip to Disney World.  We had a super fun time, and both children enjoyed it, it was Tate's first visit and he did very well.  I will post some pictures later for you to enjoy!  Thanks so much for stopping by today, I hope you were inspired, enjoy!


Patti Willey said…
Oh my gosh what a nice box! I'm looking forward to the many ways to use the Swallowtail!
Stef Perry said…
I love, love, love every bit of this!! The handles, the flowers, the butterfly, oh my! I haven't really used this little box die (which I do have collecting dust - shame on me) and I keep telling myself I don't need that big butterfly, but I might just have to get it after seeing your gorgeous creation...

Thank you for all the wonderful inspiration!

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