Christmas Curvy Keepsake Boxes

A little bit exhausted from my mammoth effort with Christmas cards I took a break from cards and shifted to making little Christmas boxes using the oh so much fun Curvy Keepsake die.

I am filling them with chocolates and giving them as gifts to my friends and neighbours.  They are so addictive to make.  People had warned me that this would be the case but I didn't quite understand the addictiveness until I started making them for myself!  

I've picked out just two to show you here.


For this one I die cut Night of Navy, stamped the smallest snowflake from the Endless Wishes set onto the longer sides using Versamark.  On the two "inner sides," as I call them, I cut and stuck on DSP from Santa & Co paper pack. 

The die set comes with three different shaped tags.  Onto the same DSP I stamped a sentiment also from the Endless Wishes set in Night of Navy and Versamark ink over the top to make it glisten a little.  It's tied on with Whisper White Baker's Twine.

The second one uses the reindeer patterned paper from the same DSP pack.  I coupled it here with Hello Honey cardstock onto which I stamped some stars in Versamark.  I tied it up with some spare ribbon I had lying around the house.

For those of you who celebrate Christmas, I hope it is full of merriment and as much chocolate as these little boxes!

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