A couple months ago I shared the cute little Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box (MCKB – for short…well at least till the end of this post) made with the Mercury Glass Acetate shown above, that everyone got as one of the table goodies at my Country INKers Fall Social….p.s. don't miss my Spring Social in March…sign up now!!
So I had a Pop-Up Class this weekend where everyone got the Tiny Keepsakes stamp set and the MCKB die and these are the fun ones that were made.
I love the Brightly Gleaming DSP and look how adorable the tiny tinsel trim from the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley is. I cut the DSP so you could see both sides of the paper.
This one is cute and simple, Garden Green cardstock and Toile Tidings DSP.
This one is just using the other side of the DSP and Real Red cardstock.
For that lumberjack in your life…this is the perfect little box to put in a little present. Look how cute the jingle bell is on there!
Look how cute the Santa Claus one is. I used one of the dies from the MCKB die and then I used the Classic Label punch, the 1/2" circle punch and the Twinkle Builder punch for the belt and buttons. You know these fit in the Christmas Countdown Project Kit…wouldn't Santa be the perfect one for the last day?
The Let It Snow DSP makes this box so cute, just find a snowman that fits in the Die and there ya go! The Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon looks like snowballs so it was the perfect choice.
Here is another one with the Brightly Gleaming DSP just folded as is…gorgeous!
The next two were inspired by my friend Amy Koenders, thanks Amy!
Doesn't this look like a candy cane? You totally would want to put peppermint candies in this one.
Rudolph, so cute right? This little guy uses the 1/2" circle punch, Sprig punch, apple builder punch for tail, Garage Gears die for black circle on eyes, and of course the googlie eyes.
I love looking over at them all sitting on the table! What one is your favorite?
Added since original post since I had several people ask how to get two colors…since the die does cut in one piece.
You will cut your die after running it through like this. I just used coordinating cardstock, or cut 2 pieces of the DSP. Then you just glue the other color to the solid piece and then you have two different colors. I hope this helps.
So usually when I get up and before I put my hearing aids in I hear like a truck running…it has something to do with my hearing loss, so then I put my hearing aids in and it goes away, but oh my gosh today it is so bad. I did laundry all day and now I keep hearing what sounds like the spinning of the washer (even though it is not on) even with my hearing aids in…I could just scream. I have to get new hearing aids this week so I definitely need to ask what is up. I hope when I wake up in the morning it is back to normal.
Have an awesome Monday and thanks for stopping in.