Christmas Boxes – Tags, Bags & Boxes Week

Christmas Boxes – Tags, Bags & Boxes Week

Continuing with my Tags, Bags & Boxes Week, today’s project comes under the Christmas Boxes heading! I haven’t used a box maker or box making die though, like I did for the Christmas Bags the last two days. I’ve been wanting to make a circular or oval box using my framelits for a while now, but hadn’t found the time/occassion to. Well without further ado, I will show you my Christmas Boxes project number 1, using the Stampin’ Up! Circles Framelits dies – I used the 4″ circle.

Christmas Boxes Project 1 Circle Framelits box Tracy May

I stamped the snow flakes from Wonderland over the circle I used for the lid and the tag base. I topped both the box and the tag off with images from the Sleigh Ride Edgelits set. I love these edgelits! They have been one of my favourite items from this Autumn/Winter catalogue. If you haven’t seen the non-Christmassy projects I made previously using them check them out here and here!

Christmas Boxes Project 1 Circle Framelits box Tracy May

I wrapped the white ribbon around the side to hide the seam where I had to join two strips of card to make the right length for the box sides. I used 2 x 18cm x 6cm strips for the lid and 2 x 18cm x 7cm strips for the base.

Christmas Boxes Project 1 Circle Framelits box Tracy May

No doubt, I will get around to the oval box I want to make, so I will do a tutorial then!

I hope you like today’s project. I’ve got one more Christmas Boxes post for you tomorrow in the Tags, Bags and Boxes week. I hope you’ve enjoyed all the projects. If you want to see any particular type projects on this blog in the future, feel free to make suggestions below in the comments!

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  1. Great project !

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