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Blog Party with Lori Whitlock and Kerri Bradford using Silhouette Cameo

Somewhere there is a tiny naked Santa running around.

Hi everyone!  Welcome to the Lori Whitlock and Kerri Bradford (and their Design Teams) “Last Minute Gifts Blog Party”.  Today I’m showing how I used some creative files from Lori & Kerri together in the same project.  I hope you enjoy it!

Don’t miss the GIVE AWAY at the end of this post!

WHAT is DECAF doing there?!

I used Lori’s Cupcake Box and did some tiny alterations to it, turning it into a fun coffee gift for a friend or office mate!

The rectangle & circle are on the right but hidden by the candy cane paper.

I shrank the cupcake circle so it would hold a K-cup and I added a rectangle to hold a gift card standing on its end. I thought this would be a great gift for an office friend who is also a coffee lover. If the office has a Keurig coffee machine this is a nice way to share a sample from your favorite stash and still offer the option of Starbucks with a never-go-wrong coffee gift card.

Just 3 pieces make this box! So Cool!

The inside of the box was created using the Silhouette Cameo’s print and cut feature. I used that great candy cane pattern from some of Lori’s digital paper, printed it using my printer and then let the Cameo do it’s cutting magic.

Such a cute Santa suit!

The outside of this fun coffee gift box is decorated using Kerri Bradford’s adorable Santa suit. I used the print and cut feature with that too. I added a little baker’s twine clothes line by rolling glue dots until they were really thin so I could adhere the twine to the box. You could also use Glue Dots Lines.

Coffee Treat Box from the Top

I made a little card for the top of the box.  I set one of the “Twas the Night Before Christmas” sayings slightly to the left of the other one to gift it more dimension.

To create the card, I made several rectangles and filled them with Lori’s Christmas paper patterns. I stacked the filled rectangles over each other until I had the look of several layers of paper. Then I added Kerri’s “Twas the Night Before Christmas” image over that. I added a thin highlight underneath the Christ part of Christmas using more of Lori’s Christmas paper as a fill to another rectangle.

I hope you enjoyed this project!

TIME FOR A GIVE AWAY!!!

Leave a comment on this post and I will use Random.org to pick winners for one $25 gift certificate to Lori’s shop and one $25 gift certificate to Kerri’s shopThe winners will be listed on this post Saturday, December 10.  Good luck!

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS:

The Winner of the $25 Gift Certificate to Lori Whitlock’s store is:

meredeEnA says:
DECEMBER 6, 2011 AT 2:58 PM

Joy, I love your little box! What a great idea to include one of those little coffee cups and a gift card!!! Truly Super! Your tag and banner are great, too! Thanks so much for sharing! You’re the best!

The Winner of the $25 Gift Certificate to Kerri Bradford’s store is:

lewistruth says:
December 8, 2011 at 4:53 PM
I LOVE the Santa clothes line!! Cute, cute, cute idea!! But what will kids say if they find out Santa is airing his dirty laundry?? Oh, wait, I’m sure it’s all clean, right? Merry Christmas!

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  1. This is sooo cool! Just found this blog party and am already having fun. thanks for the chance to win!

  2. I LOVE the Santa clothes line!! Cute, cute, cute idea!! But what will kids say if they find out Santa is airing his dirty laundry?? Oh, wait, I’m sure it’s all clean, right? Merry Christmas!

  3. I really like how you took a cupcake holder and made it to your need. It is a perfect package all around.

  4. I am sorry for my English. I am from Russia and I don’t speak English very well. I am fond of scrapbooking and cardmaking. I enjoy your projects with great pleasure. Your work give me power for creating. I would like to say A LOT THANKS for joy what you can give subscribers. Thank you for your great work! This hobby is not so popular in Russia as in your country, but I like to have work with papers so much!

    1. A-Nitaa,
      Thank you so much for leaving a comment. I didn’t know that paper crafting wasn’t as popular in Russia and am so glad to be able to reach out and enjoy this love of paper crafting with you.
      Have a great day!
      ~Joy~

  5. Oh Joy, you have done it again!! It is NO wonder I look up to you so!!!! Beautiful job. I am giving some of these lil cups out this year & had NO idea how to “pretty em up”. TFS!!!! Your biggest fan, Me

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