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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Something sweet

I just adore the projects on Nichole Heady's blog called {Capture the Moment} Her link is on my sidebar...She is one of the owners of Papertrey. I just LOVE papertrey products!!
This project was posted a week ago or so. It's a gable box that Nichole turned into a cupcake holder - isn't this cute?? We made this project on Saturday with the demonstrators of my group. I had to scale the insert down quite a bit because my gable box was smaller than the ones sold at Papertrey.Supplies used: White gable box (I got these at GBC), Cardstock: barely banana (insert), pretty in pink and whisper white. Acetate for window, snail image by Dandelion Designs and dotted circle by Hero Arts (thanks Cheryl!) Satin light pink ribbon, DS paper (band around the box) SU and circle nesties die. This was an easy project to make. I baked mini cupcakes to go in the box, but as you can see no cupcake here (it was yummy!).
More posting later. I will post one of the Flip Albums I made for my GF, Joann's birthday...that was the project for the month of May!
Thank you for sharing today with me!!


Sheree said...

What a cute box! You make everything sound easy. Thanks for sharing. Cheryl

Little C's Creations said...

so cute! i heard about this box fr the Winster! How adorable!!


Rita said...

This is so cute! I saw this on her blog & thought that I would make some for the Christmas holiday to give to friends!

Denise said...

Great Idea, I am hungry for chocolate cupcakes now!


So so cute. My dau loves to make cupcakes and this is perfect for presentation. Thanks for sharing.

Allison Rankin said...

This is lovely Teri...such a sweet image!