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Pretty boxes!

on December 3, 2014

I love surprises, especially on Christmas morning! Part of the fun is trying to figure out what’s inside all those pretty boxes.  Here are 2 pretty boxes and a Gift Card holder I made using CTMH Snowhaven paper.



The cute Polar Bear box was made using CTMH Artiste Cricut Cartridge. The pocket card on the right was made with CTMH Artfully Sent cricut cartridge.  Both of these are perfect for gift cards and/or candies.  A Ghiradelli chocolate square fits nicely in the pocket card behind the sentiment along with a gift card, check or cash, lol.

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The Ho, Ho, Ho, cylinder container is one I purchased from the Dollar Tree store. Oh the things you could put in here are endless such as cookies, candies, Christmas socks, gloves, nail polish, perfume, jewelry and much more!


Anyone on your Christmas list would be thrilled to open one of these at a Christmas party, on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas morning!  They are also great for gift giving to teachers, neighbors and co-workers.

I have three each of these gift items available for purchase. The Polar Bear Box is $3.00, the Ho,Ho, Ho cylinder container is $5.00 and the pocket sleeve is $2.00. You can also make one or all of these adorable gift items at my studio on Santa’s Helpers Work day  on Thursdays from 1pm – 5pm AND 6pm to 9pm. The work days are FREE but I ask that you RSVP 24 hours in advance. The next work days are Dec 11th and Dec 18th.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Stay tuned for more of my Christmas gift ideas!


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