Friday, October 20, 2017

Mini Wine Bottle & Chimney Slider Boxes

Perfect for gift giving, these slider boxes look like a chimney. With a view of Santa sliding down and a reindeer at the top, this fun box will be sure to put a smile on someone's face. Fill it with whatever candy you wish. The chimney candy slider box measures approximately 5-1/2" tall.

Mini Wine Bottles make great gifts. A 4-pack costs less that $10 (in the US) and when you package them up in either the double or single slider boxes, they look really special. The wine boxes hold mini wine bottles up to 6-1/2" in height. The double wine box has an optional divider inside the box.

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Quilted Christmas Card (CT# 117)

Today's challenge card was a challenge for me. I texted Catalina on the weekend and told her that she had challenged me with her pick and we had a good laugh. So here's my advice if you are recreating this card. 1. Don't get hung up on finding something to replace the snowflake in the background of the original card. I ended up completely ignoring this element. 2. Use whatever shapes you like to replace the circles. I used an oval, a circle and a flower and I think you still get the same look. If you follow this advice, I think it will make this challenge a little easier for you. I love how my card turned out and I learned something new from getting out of my stamping comfort zone.

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