Sunday, April 11, 2010

Tealight gift box

I made this beautiful tealight box for a thank you present this week. It is really easy to make, and I think it is a stunning gift. What do you think?I used chocolate chip for the base and inside and rich razzleberry for the lid. I stamped the outline flower from cottage garden all over the lid with rich razzleberry ink before I adhered the acetate to the inside of the lid. A piece of the gorgeous new rich razzleberry ribbon tied around and the tag from the cottage garden stamp set, and the box was ready to fill up.

This is what the inside looks like.

The tealights fit perfectly in the middle of the scallop circles.
I tried to stamp on the candles with the little butterfly stamp, and wasn't too successful, however I have received further instructions on how to make a better job, so will try it out and get back to you with how it goes.

Here is a close up of one of the candles sitting inside the scallop circle.
I hope the person who is going to receive it likes it.

Next time, I have a birthday card I made for my brother-in-law.

Keep on creating.

xx Nicky

Supplies:
Stamp Set: Cottage Garden
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Chocolate Chip
Card: Rich Razzleberry, Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Scallop circle punch, sticky strip, rich razzleberry polka dot ribbon, hemp twine, acetate, tealights

1 comment:

Christie Wallace said...

I have been meaning to send you an email to say thanks, the box was lovely! I just decided to stop by your blog and look what i found.
Thanks so much it is gorgeous!