Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Have a Fawny Holiday, Day 2

This week, the Lawn Fawn design team will be showcasing all of the great holiday stamp sets.  So make sure you visit the Lawn Fawn blog every day, to check out new and fun inspiration to get you ready to creating holiday cards, tags, gifts and more!  
Today, I am showing a fun little gift box I made using the Winter Fox stamp set (and a Spellbinders box template).  The glitter cardstock, is a nice thick cardstock perfect for this project and it is made by American Crafts, it comes in a ton of different colors, but I chose a red/green holiday combo.  After I stamped the fox, I colored her in with Copic markers.  The scarf, cup and tail were all colored in using red, green & clear stickles.  For those of you unfamiliar with stickles, it is a glitter glue manufactured by Ranger (very easy to use too).  To get the fox to stand up on the box, I created a little square/cube, by scoring cardstock and glueing it together.  Then adhering it to the back of the fox, then the box.  I stamped the sentiment, cut it out into strips and adhered them to the front, then finished it off by adding a few red rhinestones.  
I hope you enjoy all of the inspiration this week!  I need to get moving on making my Christmas Cards & gift sets!  I'm thinking I may need to crack out the Christmas CD's soon.

5 comments:

Chari Moss said...

So cute and sparkly! :) I love that you put Winter Fox on top of the box, what a great idea!

Jessica said...

Really Cute box! The little fox wiping on a sparkly mug makes it even more adorable!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OHHH! I love the glittered paper and the glittered mug! SOOOOOO clever! LOVE!

Kim H said...

Love all the glittery goodness. great coloring. Love the addition of red bling. Thank you for sharing.

Marisa Job said...

Cute box!!! I love the paper! I created the boxes dies for Spellbinder. Visit my blog Http://marisadesigns.blogspot.com
Happy Veteran's day to you and your family! And a big Thank you to your husband. My daughter is also a pilot in the Air Force. Blessings to you and your family!

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