Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Christmas Box

Today, I am showcasing my creation for The Cutting Cafe design team.  We were to use the Pizza Box file.  I suppose you are able to size it any way that you want, if you have a cutting machine.  I decided to use it exactly as it showed up on my Silhouette mat.  I used a heavy designer card stock and added a whole bunch of elements that tied in with the "sweets" theme.  I didn't know that I had so much stuff that I could use!  They were packed away in photo boxes and I only open them at Christmas time.   I made the bow and used glue dots to hold it together.  I have a lot of Christmas themed buttons and I thought the wrapped candy button was the perfect topper for the bow.  I hope you enjoy my fun project.  Don't forget to leave a comment for me.  I LOVE hearing from you!

Close-up of bow and Merry Christmas element.

 While you are there, check out the other design team member's projects.
I have entered this project in the following challenges:
Till next time...


  1. Thanks for joining our Red and Green Christmas Challenge at Created With Love Challenges


  2. That paper is perfect for a treat box! I have that stack too....looks like I know what to do with some of it now. Thanks for the inspiration!!
    And thank you for sharing at CWLC for our Red & Green Christmas challenge this week. Good luck!
    Created with Love Challenges Design Team
    Queen Bee Paper Crafts

  3. sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo yummy, love love love that paper....

  4. wow great project Barb love this one. Thanks for joining us at Created with love challenges.
    Linda K. DT

  5. This is really nice. Love the embellishments.

  6. I just LOVE this!! Really gets me in the Christmas spirit!!

  7. really pretty for Christmas gift. hugs

  8. Wonderful project! Thanks for joining us this week at Created With Love Challenges for our Christmas Red/Green Challenge!

  9. It's SOOOO Christmasy! I absolutely adore it.

  10. Beautiful box, Barb. Some homemade goodies would be perfect for this box. I hadn't thought about putting goodies in until I saw that fantastic paper you used.