Every time I make a post I try to explain what I did so you can make the project too if you so desire. Today I only have 2 photos. Wanna know why? (Please ask. You know I want to talk about it.) Whew. Thank you over there in the blue shirt! (…wave…wave…thumbs up…) The reason I only have 2 photos is because this box stack is super easy. All I did was import Lori Whitlock’s bracket closure box file to my Silhouette software and cut it out three times using three different sheets of paper from the Echo Park Season’s Greeting paper packusing my Silhouette Cameo.
Here are posts I’ve written about the Silhouette Software Designer Edition that I use.
After cutting out the boxes I just added a bit of glue to the sides, folded everywhere the box was perforated (the Silhouette actually makes perforations for you) and then I had a box…or three. It’s that simple! (Yay to that!) I tied two of the boxes using bakers twine. The third box is secured with a glue dot. The adorable Santa was printed from my printer and cut with my Silhouette. Santa comes from this great file by Lori: http://www.loriwhitlock.com/blog/products-page/christmas/christmas-set-2/ and the other decorations come from Echo Park Season’s Greetings Chipboard Accent Stickers. These boxes are perfect for holding small gifts, candy or even a letter to Santa!
Happy Thanksgiving week to all my American friends!
Feel like shopping? My Wintery Puns stamps are NOW SHIPPING!! Woo hoo! They come with 3 feet of Christmas bakers twine too!