Yes! You read it correctly! A Christmas Blog Hop!
We have a grand total of 35 players too 😀 So once you are done here, scroll on down for WHO else has eye candy!
I’m totally head over heels with the images/sentiment combos this release has. I totally love the turn this company has taken with the variety they are offering! Not only can I get FAB alphabets sets (for CHEAP $-excellent quaility :D) in various sizes with ONE purchase, I can now get great bordering sentiments WITH co-ordinating images too.
So let me get to my project so YOU can get hopping!
In case you didn’t know, another FAB NEW! item that JustRite Stampers carries (for a LIMITED TIME!) is Storage Box with Drawer . I love this new item, and found a way to make it a decorative, fun and functional item for your home during the holiday season!
Christmas Card Cardinal Box
My Holiday Idea: I designed this box so that it can be used to hold last year’s Christmas cards!
Each year we receive photos with updates from our families. I just can’t bare to throw away the cards after the season is over, but I also cannot leave them up all year! This box allows me to keep them, and display the decorative box during the holidays, so that we can open it up and reflect on how everyone has grown and changed from one year to the next! People love to go through the cards and compare 😀 Now I can cherish them, and keep each year organized.
OR it can just be a great box to give something in 😀
I chose the Cardinal from the Christmas Treasures Borders & Centers Round 3-1/4”set as my main focus.
I thought it was so pretty, and perfect for the occasion. Stamped on a vintage cream cardstock, it was colored with Copic Markers.
I used some Poinsettia themed patterned paper by K& Co. to cover the top of my box. I then used some tree pattern from the same paper stack to cover the front drawer of this box. I used Zip Dry for ALL my projects that involve “covering” something. Its clear, quick to dry and easy to remove from areas you DON’T want it on, after it dries. For example-sometimes glue leaks out from under the paper and onto the “pretty” parts of the project where you DON’T want them! Just rub off-and you never knew it was there. It doesn’t even ruin your project 😀 I love that.
For my tag I used *just* the Cardinal center image.
I also used a Labels 3 Nestability for my tag
Some of the image was omitted when I cut the circle tag, but I love that the main focus is on the bird and holly berries.
I added the tag to the center of my Dual Sided Satin Ribbon from My Little Ribbon Shop, which was tied in a quad bow. I love the elegance the ribbon added to the project, and how it pulled out even more of the richness of the colors, out of my project!
Now in case you cannot tell-
My bird is 3 D
My holly berries are covered with a clear glaze pen for a 3D pop.
Then both of my tag edges are traced with a Gold marker!
This box was completed in UNDER a 1/2 hour!
My post took longer to type up 😀
OK Now it is time for you to hop along to anyone you may not have seen samples from yet!
Here is the list
WHEW! That is an amazing list of crazy talented players! So I hope you hop along to see what each one has done for the HOP!!
Thank YOU for stopping by here. I hope I gave you a fun idea for how to store those Christmas cards year after year, in style!