Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Tag a Bag Gift Box with Mini Boxes

 Warning...this may be one of my new favorite things!  These Tag a Bag Gift boxes with mini boxes are adorable!!!  I made a few more this past week for an event coming up and I love them as much as I did the day I made them for my 12 Days of Christmas 2014.

 
The one is made with the Trim the Tree Designer Series Paper Stack and Garden Green, Crumb Cake, Cherry Cobbler and Early Espresso cardstocks.
 
I have a few more to show you later on, but here is what it looks like when the clear slider is open.

 
You start with these boxes.  They come folded flat and you pop them up and slip the transparent slider over them.  They are big enough to hold a rolled t-shirt, a sleeve of Oreo cookies *Ü* and a lot of other things.
 

 
 Trim the Tree Stamp a Stack of Cards
My FREE November Gift to you with an online purchase of $35 or more.
 
Easy and quick Christmas cards all made from the Trim the Tree Designer Series Paper Stack.
This tutorial contains instruction for creating a whole stack of cards and is FREE to you with a minimum $35 purchase to my online store. 
 
See the Stampin' Up! 2014-15 Catalog  and when you are ready, please order HERE. 
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7 comments :

  1. Becky, did you do your pumpkin smash this year or is it too early? I have your recent "12 days of Xmas 2014" & I love it.

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  2. It's coming Susan! Benjamin will be home over Thanksgiving so you can bet there will be some smashing around here!!!

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  3. So cute. Is this filled with boxes made on the box template? Would love to make some.

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  4. I have the boxes on my next order, oh sneaky one! Im going to try and simplify this year. Grown kids are getting a Visa gift card and these boxes would be a great way to hide one in and fill the rest with candies! Kind of a grown up stocking if you will! Thank you for sharing!

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  5. Your creation is awesome. So inspiring.

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  6. I love this idea! You are so clever, Becky! Always thinking outside the "box" (no pun intended). Great little project! :)

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