Monday, September 24, 2012

Christmas Gift Box

Hi every one ! Hope you are doing well.
Its now week 2 of our Anything Goes Christmas Challenge at Fashionista Challenge

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I make a christmas box with image for my sponsor  Doodles by Hope Jacare

Originally I trained in textile design at G.S.A specialising in spinning, knitting and felting.
 Recently I have rediscovered my love of fibre and colour! I also love to make papercraft projects and I doodle often to meet my need for images. I will share some of my doodles here with you!
Now I also have a section for craft materials and hopefully a growing hand dyed fibres section.
You can also visit me at my blog - http:// hopejacare.blogspot.com/ 
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 3 digis of your choice to my blog hop commenting winner...
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comment on my blog and complete the hop
by commenting on each DT members blog.
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Here my Christmas gift box used digi image - Shephered 

I used  Prima Flowers - Holiday metal and put some stickles on it.
Behind the flowers on top left I put some ribbon
Trinket Star is from Maya road.
 Leaves and Pine are from Sizzix dies- mini pine + holly set make from Sizzix TH cardstock
Snowflakes behind the flower I made from Sizzix snowflakes#3 and head embossed
with shabby blue embossing enamel from Stempendous
On pine trees I heat embossed with stampendous - shabby blue embossing enamel
and to make snowy rain I put liquid pearls- white
Border is sizzlits- vintage lace
I made the grass from Magnolia doohickey die and CC designs
and colored with Distress ink - Shabby Shutters



 Back of the box
I stamped this christmas tree and sentiment
on the back of the box.
Put some pearls and rhinestone to make it bling

Thanks for stopping by and have a nice day !

15 comments:

Gitte said...

Lovely project.

Vicky said...

Absolutely gorgeous, I love your choice of images

hugs Vicky xxx

Patricia said...

What a wonderful project!

Suzie's Card Den said...

This is an amazing project, just beautiful.
Hugs
Suzie xx

Samantha said...

Beautiful project Christy!
Gr. Samantha

brenda said...

What a delightful gift box Christy, it will make somebody's Christmas present very special.

It's great to see you at Allsorts challenge this week, many thanks for joining in.

B x

Emma (metalicbutterfly) said...

Absolutely stunning what a beautiful gift box!!!

Thanks for being inspired by a song this week at Allsorts

Emma xxx

Ea Christiansen said...

What a great project.
Hugz
Ea

Chris x said...

This is really lovely, the image and your choice of colours is beautiful.
Thank you for joining us at Creative Inspirations this week.
Hugs
Chris x

Sheri said...

Gorgeous gift box! I love everything you've added to this!! Thank you so much for joining us at PaperPlay Challenges!! :)

angelic crafter said...

WOW lovely box and so much bling! Thanks for joining us over at Southern Girls for our bling challenge XOX Tania

Bea und Doreen said...

wow, this is gorgeous. Love the colour combo and all the little details
Many thanks for joining us at Stamptacular Sunday this week
Hugs
Doreen xx

arjette said...

Wooowww what a beautiful box, it's gorgeous!!

gr. arjette.

Olivia said...

Such a gorgeous box. Love the blues on it. Great job

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