Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Fire & Ice Blog Hop Birthday Gift Box

Welcome to the Club Scrap Fire & Ice Blog Hop.

Kay's Keepsakes is #9 on the hop, so be sure to pop over to Club Scrap Creates if you want to start at the beginning!

My project using Club Scrap's November Fire & Ice Collection: The Birthday Gift Box





I used We R's Gift Box Punch Board to make this fun memento of Marilee's Birthday. It's a great tool, so you may want to consider picking one up,  if you don't have one already!

A little about the construction of this paper box:


Use the 12x12 Fire & Ice Navy and follow the Punch Board guidelines for making a 4x4x4 box.


Fill with contrasting paper mattes, photos, rubber stamped images and other memorabilia.

The Outside

The Inside
Use the Reverse Punch right on the Punch Board for creating the closure.




Hope you are enjoying the Fire & Ice Collection as much as I am!

Next on the hop is the lovely and very talented Cathy Gray, check out what she is up to here at the Artful Gamut.

Enjoy!
Kay

23 comments:

  1. What a fun way to showcase birthday photos! Thanks for sharing Kay!

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  2. Agree, Julie! Always love your creations, Kay!

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  3. Just gorgeous and I somehow knew you would be using the box punch board. Great box.

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    1. ya...I kinda can't stop using it with Club Scrap paper...it's a little addicting for me!
      Thanks Annette.

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  4. What a wonderful memento of Marilee's special day. Fun project, Kay!!

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  5. I really like the idea of turning this box into a keepsake of a special occasion. Thanks, Kay!

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  6. What a fun memory box you created for Marilee's birthday. The box punch board looks like it's fun and easy to use.

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  7. Love that you turned this gift box into a mini album Kay! Such a unique way to showcase those photos. And you can keep small ephemera in there too! Double duty :)

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  8. Another fun and wonderful project,Kay and such a great gift (great for this month!).
    These punch boards make projects so easy! Need to have another look at them.

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  9. I love this! Now I think that I will need that punch board!

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  10. And another great project from Kay Williamson! I love how it all turned out!

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  11. That is adorable! They make great gifts!

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  12. What an awesome idea! I love it ~ very cool and it would make a super gift.
    TFS!

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  13. I love 3-D projects and this little one is great! It would make a great gift or Christmas ornament. TFS

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  14. Love it! Now I am gonna have to stalk the CS shop waiting for this to come in!

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  15. oooh! I love this! Thanks for all the inspiration, Kay!

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  16. Tease us with the box and then we can't buy it-sniffle!

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  17. Really super idea, and another way to used the box punch,

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  18. Awesome idea....thanks and have a very Merry Christmas.

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