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Chi Chi Memories -- Post #2

Hello!  Here I am again to share another Chi Chi Memories project using one of their newly released December images called A Joyful Season.  It's available now HERE.

I've made a little gift card box following the tutorial HERE over at Splitcoast Stampers.  I've been using a lot of their tutorials lately.  They have a lot of great ones.  My daughter's friend is celebrating a winter birthday so we got her a gift card and I thought this image would be totally cute for it.  And the sentiment from CC Designs was just a perfect fit.

Here's another view.

Close up of the image.

Here's how it opens.  Pretty neat, huh?  I like that little cut out to insert the gift card and it's not that hard to do.

There was even a little skinny place in the box to add this cute little beaded charm.  My daughter thought her friend would like this little birdie since it's blue and that's her friend's favorite color.  You can find these cute little beaded creations at my blogging friend's etsy store called Bead Crumbs.  And she's having a little sale with a big discount so you should check it out.

I'll also be entering this gift card box into a couple challenges!

Created with Love Challenges (CWLC) #70 --  Anything Goes 
The Paper Shelter -- Special Birthday

Thanks so much for stopping by!




Comments

Cheryl said…
What a neat gift card box! So clever! Cute image!
Jenny said…
OMG that image is so cute!
Blankina said…
So cute!!
Hugs Blankina
Rachel Parys said…
So cute!!!! Love that little image, and the box is perfect!!
Sheryl said…
This box is brilliant. I'm off in search of the tutorial myself.Thanks for joining us at The Paper Shelter this week Hugs Sheryl xx
Pam MacKay said…
What a darling way to top a package! She is really a sweet image! Thanks for joining Created With Love Challenges!
Anonymous said…
Eva, you're so sweet :) Thank you for the mention.

Your gift box is adorable. I wish I could do what you do with paper and colors. It makes everything look special and happy!
Cards By MI said…
Very cute! Thanks for playing along in our birthday themed challenge over at the Paper Shelter this week.
Love n hugs
Marie
Eileen said…
A great box and love the image you have used and coloured so beautifully. Thanks for joining in with our birthday celebrations at PFP, and good luck
Eileen x
Leanne said…
This is so cute! The image, the box, all rolled in to a fabulous gift. Including the insides.
I bet your daughter's friend loved it!
TFS! ^.^

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