This is a close up of the front of the box. The sentiment came with some DP I have had for a few years (yes I said years....lol). I used the SU Scallop Punch to punch the DP and put it behind the sentiment and again added some green bling...love the bling baby.
No stamps or ink were used on this project
Other: Fiskars Scallop Punch, Martha Stewart Multi Heart Punch, SU-Scallop Circle
Punch, 1&1/4 and 1&3/8 Circles Punches, Piercing Tool, and Medium Cello Bag,
Prima Flowers, Ribbon and Bling unknown and template pattern from SCS
Good morning and a happy Wednesday to you all. Once again this week is flying by and there still seems to be so much to do. I hope you are all having a good week so far. With February being a short month it really seems to be zipping on by. March is a fun but hectic month for us. My DH's birthday is the 3rd, our anniversary is the 12th and my DD's birthday is the 22nd. She will be turning 18 I can hardly say it out loud. My DH and I just adore her and she has been such a joy to raise. I think I have mentioned before that she wants to be a teacher and I think she will make an awesome teacher. We have several friends and family members who are teachers and we have high regard for teachers. We already know you do not get into teaching for the money we believe it is a calling.
Ok enough of this I will get on to this project.
This box was the New Technique Challenge on SCS for this Monday 02/16 and is TLC208 Round Top Box. They gave us a template to print off and then we could decorate the box any way we wanted. I chose to do a St. Patrick's Day theme. I thought I could give this to one of my DD's favorite teachers. Right now I have it filled with a cello bag of green M&Ms. I think because I used the scallop punch behind the saying I would like to add a few Peppermint Patties cover with the scallop punch. This was a very fun and easy project and the box was simple to assemble. Hope you go to SCS and give it a try. Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.