If you are a regular visitor to my blog you know that I don't often create boxes or gift wrappings. That's nothing I enjoy doing very much. However at Easter I often make an exception from that rule because I like to give a few sweets or hand colored eggs to my loved ones and tiny paper boxes make a perfect wrapping for them. Take for example the one I'm sharing today, it's got ideal size for wraping an egg.
I've decorated my box with stamps from an old and unfortunately retired Stampin' Up set ("Easter Blossoms"), Lawn Fawn's "Grassy Border" die some bunny cut-files from the Silhouette Design Store. The cut-file for the box and the tiny eggs I have made myself with the Silhouette and as a little Easter gift I'm offering them as a freebie today. You can download the cut-file for the box here and for the egg here.
Was steht zu selbstgemachten Schachteln? Beschenken lasst ihr euch damit sicher gerne. Aber bastelt ihr auch gerne welche oder ist das eine Kreativbereich, der euch wie mir eher weniger liegt?
What do you thing about handmade boxes? You probably love to receive them. But do you also like to craft them or is that field of creation you're enyoing as little as I do?
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Stempel | stamps: Stampin' Up "Osternostalgie | Easter Blossoms"
Stempelkissen | inks: Stampin' Up "Osterglocke | Daffodil Delight", "Zartrosa | Pink Pirouette", "Farngrün | Pear Pizzazz"
Papier | cardstock: Folio Fotokarton, Tchibo (German discounter)
Stanzen | dies + punches: Lawn Fawn "Grassy Border", Stampin Up "Schmuckanhänger | Jewelry Tag"
Schneidedateien | cut files: Silhouette Design Store "3 Easter Bunnies", "Schachtel | box" (free download studio file), "Ei | egg" (free download studio file)
Sonstiges | other: Twine