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Monday, December 21, 2009

Ornament Boxes finished!!! And they look great! :)

I posted an ornament I etched the other day (post below) and I had mentioned I was going to be packaging these in boxes.

Well....here they are!!! These are my FANCY BOX Gypsy file boxes...all dressed up for Christmas!!! Aren't they pretty and festive???

Just a quick post tonight~I have TONS of projects to finish and not NEARLY enough hours in the day!!! Thanks for stopping by to visit HUGS!!!!











16 comments:

~~ Lorrie ~~ said...

Simply outstanding! You've done it again.. what an awesome gift box!

Cindy McVey said...

They look AWESOME!

Sheila McShea said...

They are lovely. Love the Christmas colors and the ribbon you added to an already beautiful box. I know one of those would look great under my tree!!!

Anonymous said...

They are so pretty!!!

B-Dub said...

You did it again--you have motivated me to get going on a new project! Can't wait till your guest role next month with the girls at CWC becoming CG--

Pam Ramesh said...

lovely boxes. Eagerly waiting to see what you come up with Miss January
love
Pam

Di&Co said...

Love your box designs! When I get my gypsy, Im certainly going to be cutting some. Your work is amazing!

Jena said...

Love all the projects on your blog! I just got a Cricut Expression for Christmas so I'm new to the whole Cricut Craze but after just using it once to make envelopes I'm hooked! Being so new I really don't understand the Gypsy-how it works and why I would need one-can you please explain?? Thanks!
Jena in Texas
jenaRN@me.com

cfine said...

Your ornament boxes are beautiful! I love the borders on the tops. Just found your blog as you were listed as a place to visit by CWTC to learn about the Gypsy. I'll be back to visit again!!

jen allyson said...

LOVE those boxes!

Jessica said...

I love these boxes, I don't have a gypsy, but I'd like to know the measurements of the lid. Both the top square, and the edges at their longest point.(that's assuming they are part of the box lid and not just side decoration). I've had a look around your blog, and I can't wait to see what you've come up with for the Holidays with the Cricut girls! TFS

Nicole @ BugaBoos said...

These are Amazinggggg!!! I don't know how you do it! Beautifully done!!

jd said...

Are you going to post instructions for making your beautiful ornament boxes? I simply have to make some. They are gorgeous.

LEEANN said...

These are beautiful! I just found your blog today and am so glad I did. Can these files be changed to cricut DS files and be used without a gypsey?

Josie0602 said...

I just cut a test box from your pattern and it will work perfectly! Thank you so much for being so kind in sharing your file!

*~Danielle~* said...

Okay, so which one am I going to use for my daycare kids? They are doing the glitter ornaments and they need something to store them in! Both boxes are sooo cute!