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Gift Boxes-Christmas cuts

This silhouette is backed with several layers to add dimension & I used some "snow" effect on the little hat thingy. I also used my white gelly roll pen on the perimeter.

On the opposite side, I placed this ornament die cut with the same "snow" on top, and the holly is accented with stickles. The remaining two sides only have the holly. I finished it with two colors of ribbon.

A little bling nevah hurt anything! All the die cuts are also embossed, yay!

The snowman is from Gypsy wanderings...


Reindeer is also fom Gypsy wanderings. I finished this one off with  three kinds of ribbon. 
Well, I guess I've not been posting much due to my lack of picture-taking lately. I have been busy making Christmas goodies however and here are the latest little boxes I've learned to make & YES, another new favorite!!! I got the instructions from Cricut chick's page. Her tutorial is on video for those who really need to see how this is made, but seriously, it's probably the easiest thing you'll ever make. So give it a try!! I didn't use elastic on my boxes since I didn't have any handy, and I really needed my sweatpants to last me at least one more winter, so I wasn't about to rip those up. A huge thank you goes out to Cricut chick for posting her versions of these!!

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  1. Very nice they are really nice thanks for sharing!!

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