Less is More – A Bit of Bling

I’ve just purchased the Petal Cone Die and with some inspiration from my very good stampin’ friend Deb Fearns.  I thought I’d give this a try and make a take-out box for the current Less is More Challenge.  The challenge this week is A BIT OF:

I can’t believe it! I love using bling on my cards so this challenge was wonderful. 



Stampin’ Up! Take-out Recipe
Stamp Sets:  Merry & Type (122552), Tags Til Christmas (121169)
Ink:  Pear Pizazz (119784), Poppy Parade (119782)
Card:  Pear Pizazz (121693), Whisper White (106549)
Tools:  Big Shot (113439), Petal Cone Die (121810), Ornament Punch (119847), Paper Cutter (106583), Scoring Blade (104154), Paper Snips (103579)
Perfect Touch: Poppy Parade 1.3 cm Stiched-Poly Ribbon (119263), White Bakers Twine (124262) (available from December 1), Basic Jewels Rhinestones (119246)
Sticky Bits: Sticky Strip (104294), Mini Glue Dots (103683)

These super cute boxes will be great for Chrissy treats.  The instructions on how to make this box can be found over on Do Stamping with Dawn’s Blog.  Let me know what you think – I love to read your comments!

Happy Stamping

Posted on November 27, 2011, in 3D, Christmas and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Gorgeous little box – can I have chocolates in mine! Lol. xx

  2. What a terrific box, it looks so tempting… what could it contain!!!!!
    Thanks so much
    “Less is More”

  3. Gorgeous I hope I find something as beautiful under my tree!
    Val x

  4. OH, nicely done! Someone is going to love receiving this. TFS!
    Cheers, Karen

  5. Just lovely Tania
    Loevly colours and the bit of bling is a perfect embelolishment
    thanks so much
    mandi LIM

  6. Wowser – great gift box, who wouldn’t want that under their tree?


  7. Great little treat box XOXO Zoe

  8. What a gorgeous box! Who doesn’t like a bit of bling? Love the festive colours here.

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