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Thursday, November 29, 2007

Last project from the Holiday packaging class

You've all seen this project posted all over blogland already, but I just had to make one! After I got my Scor-Pal, wow! it was easy to do! Okay, okay, I made one alien looking star, but after Wini figured it out and made me a sample to see, it was easy to do. Here's my version of the Star Box created by Diana Crick, creator of the wonderful Scor-Pal.
Love the Wintergreen DS paper. Other supplies: Very vanilla, Blue Bayou and Mellow Moss CS, grosgrain ribbon - it was a retired color (sorry forgot the name of it!), 1/16" hole punch, silver cord and the stamp came from Holiday Tag Team.
Oh!, I am working on doing that tutorial for my giftcard holder - I've just got to take the pictures and then I'll post. The measurements will be included! Thanks for being patient!

5 comments:

charlotte said...

Love the colors you used - gotta try this out! Thanks for sharing.

http://dawnsstampingthoughts.typepad.com/ said...

OH Teri I so love your star box .. Note to self MAKE one this weekend for Daughters Birthday .. Are they pretty big ? Could I put makeup or something like that inside ? Love it ..
You did a Fabulous Job .. Now If only I could follow the directions like you did ..HUMMMM
Have a Great day girlie girl.
P.S All my blogger spot friends have no where to add my name any longer wonder whats going on with that ??

xoxox
Dawn

corinnesomerville said...

Teri...this is gorgeous !! Great job !! You could put toothpaste in this and it would look gorgeous !! Love it!!!

dd2njoy said...

It's absolutely lovely!!! Love your little added touch too!!

Shannon McGann said...

Gorgeous as usual! Another fantastic project! Thanks for sharing!