Friday, October 7, 2011

Little Gift Box




 First I want to thank those of you have sent my neighbor a Get Well Card.  Both Dick and Pat were in tears and ask me to thank you for your thoughts and prayers. They said it is so special to receive cards and know others care even when they don't know them.  They are putting your beautiful cards on the hospital window to admire all day.  Dick went in the hospital for treatment for cancer and some how got a staff infection before they started that treatment and is very ill, so has to wait until that is cleared up before they start the cancer treatments.  His wife only leaves him to go home for a few hours sleep then go back to spend the entire day with him.   If you haven't sent a card, and would like to, here is his address again:

Dick Montgomery
822 N. Oasis Avenue
Deer Park, WA  99006
USA

Once again, thank you to those of you have sent cards -- it truly has given them a lot of happiness.


Today I have been getting ready for two stamping friends that are arriving from Vancouver tomorrow.  I haven't seen them for awhile so am very excited  to see them.  They always attended my workshops when I lived there and they want to spend lots of time stamping while they are here.  I think I have lots of new things to teach them.

For my post today, I made a cute little box that will be perfect for a small Christmas gift.  I used the Sizzix "Popcorn Box" die and embossed it with the Sizzix "Botanicals" (657137) embossing folder.  On the front I added the Cheery Lynn "Ornamental Wreath and Bow (DL143).  The wreath was die cut 4 times to give it a lot of dimension and the bow was die cut twice.  They were layered using dimensional tape.  

For the top of the box I used my favorite poinsettia stamps.  They are the Heartfelt Creations "Petite Poinsettia PreCut Set (HCPC 3415).  Two sizes of the petals were gold embossed on watercolor paper then water colored, cut out and layered.  The doily below the flower was die cut with the Marianne LR0185 doily die

As you know, you can purhase all of the products I use from Joan's Gardens.

Thanks for stopping by.  Hope you have a great weekend.


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12 comments:

HappyCrafter said...

Wow, this is gorgeous, thank your for the instructions, I will have to try this one. And have lots of fun with your visiting friends!

Georgei said...

like the little box that so cute thank for showing and have fun tomorrow with your friend
have a very good day enjoy

Betty Benton said...

Terrific wreath made with all those layers; and the poinsettia -- it's fabulous!! All in all, I LOVE your little gift box!

The Other Patti Sue said...

Great creation... love the poinsettia!

Sue W said...

Awesome gift box Selma!

Sheila - Ginger said...

Stunning Selma....such a lovely idea almost a gift itself.


LOve Sheila xx

GLENDA BROOKS said...

Love your box and of course your poinsettia is gorgeous! I know you are going to have lots of fun stamping with your friends. Enjoy!

Olga said...

Selma this is fantastic!!!! I am gonn atry this one for sure

Gail said...

just so beautiful!! and elegant..wow..tfs..loves ya

Payne Holler Cards said...

have fun with your friends (-:
adorable little box...and finally sent my card to Dick (have him in my prayer list)
hugs
Linda

April said...

Wonderful box! The poinsettia is beautiful! I love the treat bag and Halloween card below also. You do such a great job!

Kerrie said...

Your box is just stunning, and wonder poinsettia ...

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