Thursday, May 15, 2014

3x3 Pizza Box

Happy Thursday My Blogger Friend!
I have one more Twoie update to share with you.......Check this cute picture out.....
Here's my little dude'r in his sporty little car.  This is one of those pictures that makes this Grammie's heart SMILE......BIG!

For my share today........I have a fun little pizza box that I made for the Early Bird Door Prize Gift at both my April SW Stampers meeting and my April Stamp Camp.  Check this out.......
These are the pizza boxes I shared at mt April Stamp Camp.
I created this darling little tag for the top of the cello bag.......and inside was this darling little 3"x3" pizza box.
The box holds 4-little 3x3 note cards and envelopes.
Here's what the box looks like when you remove the belly band.
And's what is inside this little cutie.
I created two different versions of my notecards.
They were identical....The only thing I did was switch up the color combination.
The belly band was decorated to coordinate with the cards that were tucked inside the box.
And here's a view of what the pizza box looks like.......without the belly band!
The box is super easy to create......
Check-out these directions I included in the bottom of each of the pizza boxes.

So there you have it friends.  A great little gift that comes together in a SNAP.......and packs a whole lot of WOW FACTOR!

Thanks for joining me today!  I'll be back tomorrow to share with you some Water Color Cards I've created......Hope you can make plans to stop back and join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream.


  1. "Are we there yet!" That would be a great title for this pic of Twoie and his sports car. How cute!!!
    Love your pizza box and how you changed up your card for two different styles. Love the belly band.
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thanks for posting Mom. I am so lucky that the babysitter takes pictures throughout the day and when I got this one, I about fell over from cuteness (sp?) overload =-)

  3. definitely the wow! factor. love the brown and yellow and the flower is perfect for summer. Did you spritz them for the spattered effect?