I decided to make these cute little boxes for Thanksgiving treats. Thanksgiving is at my house, but this year that means I need to clear away my craft things for a few days since I have taken over the dining room. I just don't think Thanksgiving would be the same if we don't sit down at the table all together :)
Here are the details:
- Orange Truffle Trendy Twine
- Box and leaf from Close to My Heart Artiste Cartridge cut at 4 1/2 inches
- Bazzill paper
- Signo white pen
- Scotch quick dry glue
There is not much needed to put these together! You actually glue one small strip and close it off by tying the twine through holes at the top that you can't see since that fabulous leaf is on top!
We would love for you to play along with us this month! Here are the rules of the challenge:
Create a project for someone that you are thankful for.
Must have an Autumn theme,
the color brown,
the color brown,
stitching (faux or real),
and Trendy Twine.
*If you do not have Trendy Twine,
use hemp, jute, or embroidery thread only*
Deadline is Friday, November 30th.
Project must be new for the challenge.
No back linking.
Only one entry, please.
Must include all items for the challenge.
Projects not qualified will be unlinked.
(Including the wrong twine)
Prize: $10 Coupon to Annie's Paper Boutique
(does not include shipping/sales tax)
I can't wait to see what you create!! Please be sure to visit the Trendy Twine blog to see all the Design Team's fabulous projects!
What a unique box!! So cute! Great work this month.ReplyDelete
These are awesome Helen! I love the paper you picked and the little twine leaf tail is just perfect!ReplyDelete
So cute!! Love the stitching! Lee-Ann :)ReplyDelete
This is adorable. Love the faux stitching.ReplyDelete
Cute. Great Stitching.ReplyDelete
Great little box Helen, I like all the stitching!!ReplyDelete
Love the twine loop! Great job.ReplyDelete
Fabulous box!! I love the big leaf on top!!ReplyDelete
Your box is adorable, I love how unique it is and the twine looks fabulous!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is fab, Helen. Love the leaf topping, and how you did the stitching and the twine.ReplyDelete
Thank you :)
Lesley @ Trendy Twine