|Greetings Crafty Friends! |
I hope that you have had a great week and your weekend is treating you well. It's time for the latest Simply Sunday Challenge over at Getting Cricky with K. Andrew! This week's theme is Joys of the Season-Holiday Decorations. I had so much fun creating my project for this week's challenge.
Lately I have been intrigued by the look of stacked boxes/cubes. This interest tempted me to making a holiday decoration that was not only simple to put together but also beautiful. Even better I will be able to use it as a decoration in my new home. Without further adieu,,here is my project
I was SO happy with how these turned out! They were very easy to put together as well. They were created using my Martha Stewart scoreboard.
This is the top box. I used some rhinestones and the K.Andrew's Winter Wishes set. I love this set!!!
This is the middle box. I don't have any white inkpads, so I simply used some white embossing powder and I think it really helped the sentiment and snowflakes POP on the red paper. I used a Martha Stewart border punch for the bottom of the lid.
This is the largest box and I had so much fun decorating this lid. The stars were embossed with silver/glitter powder and the border is from an EK Success punch.
All of the sentiments for this project were from K.Andrew Designs: Winter Wishes set. You can get your very own set by visitng her store. You will be so glad that you did!
I hope you have enjoyed seeing my project! I am going to create a picture tutorial to share how easy it is to make these awesome boxes. Don't forget to link up your Joys of the Season-Holiday Decoration project over at Getting Cricky!
Until Next Time...
Big Butterfly Hugs!!