Secret Sister Gifts Part 2

April 26, 2011 | 1 comment

I’m back today to share the cards & gifts I created for my partner for the month of March.

Another DSP she listed as a favourite was the Sunny Garden DSP. I hadn’t used this yet and at first found the colours a bit of a challenge. Seeing how this DSP coordinates with the Cottage Garden stamp set I’ve used that also in my creations.

This is my gifts and card, these were actually sent as the second mailing for the month, that I made.

I was quite happy with my end results. Here’s some more photos to show you what the gifts actually are.

 

The item in the front right of the picture above is a chocolate holder. I found this idea on Marelle Taylor’s site a little while ago. It holds 4 of the ALDI Moser Roth chocolates.

The inside of the box on the left in the 1st picture looks like this. It was made to hold 4 Ink refills. Each of the flaps is decorated with coordinating DSP and fold in over each other.

The other card I made to fulfil my March requirements I’ve used the same colour scheme from the DSP but have used one of my partners favourite stamp sets, Vintage Vogue. This card was actually the first thing my partner received during March.

I really like how this turned out. I’ve stamped the images randomly over a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock, then run it through the Big Shot using the Square Lattice Embossing Folder. I’ve then stamped a few extra small flowers which I’ve mounted on the card and then added some Pearls.

Tomorrow I’ll share the final months gifts and cards.

Till next time…..

1 Comment

  1. Nancy

    Oh my gosh these are so totally awesome. I should have gone further back in time before posting how wonderful these are. Such CUTE box ideas, LOVE it!

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