Friday, 9 December 2011

12 Days of Christmas - Day 9

Whoops a bit late today! Today's project shows a cute alternative way of using the Milk carton die on the big Shot. It's an idea Zoe Tant taught us at one of the UK sessions of Convention in Paris:

You simply cut the box part and not the milk carton top. This gives you a box that needs a lid. To make a lid simply cut a square 8.2cm x 8.2cm, scorn each side at 2cm and then fold and decorate.

As you can see you can fit a Ferraro Roche or alternatively (if you are a demonstrator) you could put an ink spot and small stamp in as a hostess gift. Book a party with me and you could get your own!

The papers I've used a ones you can earn as a hostess but the colour combinations are endless and you could use very creative choices! These are ideal as table favours or for very small gifts like jewellery.

I finished mine with some flowers cut on the big Shot using Bashful blue card and a centre of a vintage brad. The edges were inked for extra depth.

I'd love to order any of the items in bold at 10% discount or anything else from the UK Stampin Up! Catalogue. It can be delivered to your UK address in time for Christmas so long as you order before 16th December!

Stop by tomorrow for Day 10 tomorrow!

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