Sunday, April 5, 2009

House Mouse Challenge #31-boxes and bags


Good evening, hope all is well with you. This weeks challenge on the House Mouse Challenge Blog was to make a box or bag. I saw a tutorial on SCS awhile ago and have been wanting to make it ever since. It's called a Coaster Gift Box, you can find the tutorial Here. So of course I waited until the last minute to get this done, but it's done. The dp is DCWV, the stamp is Beary Best Friend. I used my nesties to cut the image out. The mat behind is cs from Michael's value pack. I colored with copics, and added some ink around the edges. The ribbon is from my stash, and the jewels are from Michael's. This box is actually really simple to do. Thanks so much for looking, hope you like it.


10 comments:

Dru said...

This is adorable, love the image of course, and that sheer purple ribbon - does loving purple so much come with age - LOL ??? What am I saying, apparently NOT!! LYMom

Jackie said...

Gorgeous and I like the dp you used...tfs!!!

Dragana Skoro said...

Very nice project, great job.

Scrubbysue said...

Hi sara! hope all is well with you and yours. What a cute idea! and that DP is perfect! I just bought this paper too. I'm looking forward to using it. Well, have a great week!

Karen from PA said...

Really super cute! I always plan to participate in the HM challenge, but never seem to find the time.

Jennifer Scull said...

super cute! and how clever to make a coaster bag! I opted out of the challenge this time 'cause I just didn't feel creative enough to come up with anything - but you rocked it!!!! :)

Kryssi said...

how stinkin adorable@!

Gina said...

Love that you puled out the purple to pair with the orange. I love making those boxes, they are good for so many things.

Maxwell Mouse said...

Eeek! Dear Sara,

How do you ever find the time? Just a quick note to tell you that the gang and I think you did a really "Mice" job with your Coaster Gift Box.

maxwell & the gang

p.s. That is Monica's favorite teddy bear.

Joanne Travis said...

What a fabulous project, Sara!! I love this.