Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Sizzix Blog Hop - #3





This is the third project in the Sizzix blog hop series. The Scoreboard Die we used this time is a rectangle box. Great for party favors, or a small gift box. I covered the box with paper, attached the top to the back with paper fasteners (from the office supply store), folded the sides inwards and glued them together. To decorate, I glued a piece of ribbon around the lid, added some paper roses, a home made tassel from embroidery floss (with another paper fastener) to the front flap, velcro fasteners and voilĂ  it's done. Quick and easy! For more creative and inspiring ideas using this die, check out the links in the left column then leave a comment on Eileen Hull's blog about the ones you like - there'll be a drawing and you just might win one of these fabulous dies!


Don't forget to check out my challenge below! The deadline is May 1st. List the all the supplies you find in the comments section. (BTW - I published Pam's comment by mistake - sorry Pam, but there's still a few more to find). Good Luck!

Yours truly,
Julie :)

17 comments:

  1. Love the harlequin print with the pink flowers Julie!

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  2. Love your color palette, pretty box!

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  3. This would make a great party favor or a small keepsake box. Thanks for the blog hop they are so much fun!

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  4. So cool Julie! Love the tassel and crisp colors with the soft pink. Thanks for joining the hop!

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  5. Love the harlequin! Very striking project - great job!

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  6. Pretty color combo. Great for Mother's Day!

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  7. Great project Julie!

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  8. very elegant! I love the simple colors and roses.

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  9. love the flowers and tassel!

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  10. Fun! The tassel is such a nice touch - great job

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  11. Black and white ... classic, it always works!
    Very pretty Julie.

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  12. What a great box!! Just beautiful

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  13. pretty box. I love the pattern .

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  14. I love pink and black and white together...reminds me of the '50s...but I digress. The harlequin pattern is so pretty with the roses!

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  15. Harlequin always looks so classy, especially with your added embellishments! Nice job!

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