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Friday, September 2, 2011

SSSS-challenge

This week over at SSSS, the theme is Anything Goes. I have been itching to make a Configurations Box so thought this was the perfect time. I took a big box of stuff I had collected for it over to my good stamping friend, Diana's house to see her new craft room and we went at it. I just finished mine up today with the addition of the banner at the bottom that I lifted from the very talented Candy. Thanks for the inspiration girlfriend!!! I also added the fake snow to the floor of it and around my snowman to look more real. I think it turned out pretty cute for my first one! I have a few close-ups on here so you can see the different boxes up close. I added distress inks to my tissue tape to give it some color and depth. Can you see the On The Edge snowflakes in there made with glitter cardstock. Very pretty and sparkly in real life. Fun project!




9 comments:

Cozy in Texas said...

Cute
Ann

Netty said...

Such a cute box, am loving it. Enjoy the weekend Kathy. xx

donna said...

Very sweet and Christmasy Kathy..Donna

Dan said...

Great Christmas configuration - so many great details to admire! The Design Team are really pleased that you joined us for the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge this week - Thank you!

Candy C said...

Kathy...your Christmas configuration box ROCKS! I totally love it! You did such a nice job on the construction of the box and then all of the darling elements you used to finish it out....simply adorable! Great job! Thanks for sharing your lovely piece with us at Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge. <3 Candy

scrapandstamp said...

I love this. It will be lovely out at Christmas, along with all the other Christmas decorations!

Mandy said...

Kathy this is gorgeous, such a lovely Christmas decoration.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp for our Stamptember blog hop
hugs Mandy xx

Shelly Hickox said...

This is so pretty, Kathy!! I love the little scene at the bottom. One of the nicest configurations I've seen!

Joan said...

Lovely idea Kathy, so many ways that this simple concept can be explored and made to feel very personal.