Wednesday, March 13, 2013

SW Stampers March Door Prize

Happy Wednesday My Blogger Friends!
Today I want to share with you the door prize gift I made for last nights SW Demonstrators meeting.  I volunteered to make our March door prize gift and here is what I made......
 
I have been seeing these all over the internet and have to say that I have MANY of the Sale-a-Bration Simply Sent kits and thought this was the perfect opportunity to create one of these Happy Hello Sale-a-Bration Boxes. 

 I watched a video that Barb Mullikin created and got creative with the little notecards that I tucked inside the box. 
 Here's what the front of my Happy Hello Sale-a-Bration Box looked like.  I used the Paper Daisy flowers to create the pretty flower for the front of my box......
 The box itself is scored at the 2-1/4" and 5-3/4" and all you need to do is add some Sticky Strip to the side flaps to bring your box together.
Here's the 6-notecards that were tucked inside the Happy Hello Sale-a-Bration box........
And each 3x3 card was decorated with Summer Starfruit, Baja Breeze and Basic Gray cardstock, ink and ribbon.
I also added several layers of Scallop Circles and Petite Curly Label Punches.......
Along with some In Color, Neutrals and Subtles Designer Series Paper Stacks.
And each 3x3 envelope was decorated with a piece of Designer Series Paper and a stamped Pretty Petites (for you) image that was punched out with the new Petite Curly Label punch.
And here is what my door prize gift looked like all packaged up and ready for the lucky winner of last nights drawing.

Thanks for joining me today....I'll be back tomorrow to share another Kards by Kadie creation with you.  Hope you can come back and join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream!

3 comments:

Lynn. G. said...

Oh, I just love these! I am going to try this. I hope I can find the video. Thank you so much for sharing! Great job!

Mary Fish said...

absolutely incredible way to use that SAB kit. i wish i was there for a chance to win!

Anonymous said...

Where can we access the video? I'd love to make these!! Thanks for sharing!