Friday, September 30, 2011

Believe-Our Paper Trail Blog Hop

Welcome to the October Paper Trail Blog Hop! You are on the right trail if you arrived here from Lynne's blog, Field's Finery. This month, you can enjoy the playful colors of holiday red, sweet leaf, sky, topiary, and white daisy as we create with papers from the Believe collection.

I must admit that I have been having such fun with the latest little box from our My Creations collection and had to pull one out to use for this month's blog hop! It's a small card box that can go from simple white bookboard to a fully embellished piece of art in two shakes of a lamb's, er, reindeer's tail!!! Add a few small cards or perhaps a collection of gift tags and you have a treasured gift.

I will admit that with such a fun collection of papers, it was hard to decide which to use. My solution? Simply create two card boxes! While the box above has a holiday vibe, the box to the right is more generic. Both still feature buttons and stick pins from the bling assortment, a fun flower and swirl from the Cricut Art Philosophy Collection, a few sparkles from the blue-green collection, and a bit of Stardust glitz glitter gel.


It's simple to make the Believe paper collection work for you for holiday and more! Now hop on over to Mary's Blog, Road to Peace of Mind or Escape? to see just what "Believable" creations she has to share! Enjoy!

7 comments:

  1. Wonderful box!!! LOVE the diagonal on the box!!! Isn't it amazing how papers can change the look of the same thing so completely!!!! Wonderful!!!!

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  2. Stunning! I want to go make one right now!

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  3. Love those boxes! You've inspired me!

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  4. It's amazing how using different papers from the same pack makes these two boxes look so different. They are both terrific! TFS

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  5. These boxes are so much fun to play with. I love that you added the bling on the front flap! Great ideas...

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  6. Adorable boxes!! Love them!! (I probably would have done the same thing! . . . making 2 boxes!)

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  7. I love what you did with these boxes--especially the sky one!! Awesome!!

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