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lørdag 26. november 2011

A little Gift

Here's a little something I made the other day - maybe to be used as a little gift when visiting a friend, or maybe on ones own breakfastable...
It's a Teabox, made of papers from Papirdesign - the teabags are blue so I figured I had to use blue papers too...
The picture is a cutout from a collagepaper I cant' remember where came from, but I think this two kids playing in the snow are sooo cute (I really, really wish for a little snow now!)
The snowflakes are made with a Magnolia Die, a Martha Steart punch and a Tonic punch.
I made this teabox for the Fussy and Fancy Friday Challenge "Make a Gift/ Anything but a card", that is into its second week now.
Come and join us, and show us your gifts...

I'll send my teabox into the challenges at:

PaperCrafting Journey
- Anything Goes

Charisma Cardz Challenges - Snowflakes

8 kommentarer:

  1. A gorgeous creation hun, thanks for joining us at Charisma Cardz! xxx

  2. Hi,

    Very beautiful tea box. Original project. I love the papers which you chose. Good luck !

    Thank you for joining us at Charisma Cardz Challenges this week.

    Hugs from France.

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  4. Åhh, så lekker *sukk* Nydelig bilde og papir!!

    Thanks for joining our "SNOWFLAKE" challenge at Charisma Cardz :)
    Hugs, Nina.

  5. A beautiful creation. Thanks for joining Charisma this week.
    xx Vee

  6. this is a beautiful creation! Thanks for joining in our Snowflakes challenge this week at Charisma! Gemma :)

  7. Beautiful project,well done :)

    Thank you for joining us at Charisma Cardz,best of luck!

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