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Monday, July 11, 2011

My little girl made these darling boxes!

On the Cruise, Shelli showed us how to make a little box. The minute we got home my daughter begged me for the supplies. Shelli took the cardboard roll from our little glue dots to make this.

My daughter found two empty rolls to use and then she used the little button containers. She made on in our First Edition Paper and used the Butterfly Punch .  Then she went town and made the cutest little piggy one. She used our new stamp set called Button Buddies and added the Scallop. She went an extra step adorned with our Vintage Trinkets. Didn't she do a great job!

I just love the way she added her own extra touch of our little safety pin. Can you see the little birdies stamped on there. This is from the stamp set, Clearly for You.

She then created a little Piggy Box. Isn't it darling!

She used Button Buddies and Subtle Buttons, Pretty in Pink Ink

This one was made by Shelli, our owner. I got a better photo of it.

Thank You Lorrie for making the water mark!

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Marie said...

Hannah did a wonderful job on the little boxes. It so nice seeing the younger generation connecting to their creative side.

LisaLisa said...

Hannah did an astounding job on each of the boxes. Tell her she must teach me how to make them. I see a future Stampin' Up Demonstrator in the making!

Brenda said...

awwww she did an amazing job on these...love em!

~ Lorrie ~ said...

Those are super adorable!! Good job, Hanney!