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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Pumpkin Witch Curvy Keepsake Box

I'm interrupting my normally scheduled blog post so I can show you the Pumpkin Witch Curvy Box that I've seen pictures of on the internet and had to recreate.  Take a peek:




















Aren't they just Stinkin' cute!!!  I just LOVE them!  They make me happy and I've been smiling all day!

These are made with Stampin' Up's Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits Die.  Before you assemble the box, stamp them with the long line/arrow stamp in SU's Chalk Lines Stamp Set.  

Stamp the Pumpkin smile face found in SU's Sparkly Season's Stamp Set on the face of one side of the box and assemble the box.

To make the hat:  Using SU's Circle Collections Framelits Die (6th framelit from center), cut a circle out of SU's Black Glimmer Paper.  Use the word window punch to cut a slit in the center of the circle. The slot will allow the hat to sit on top of the handle on the curvy box.  Punch two tree's from the SU's tree builder punch out of Black Glimmer Paper.  Fold the flaps on the tree's towards you and glue each flap under the circle piece in the slotted section.  Glue the tops of the tree's together to form top of hat.  Glue one of SU's Black Spider Web doilies to the bottom of the hat and set on top of you pumpkin curvy box.

Make a bow for the top of the Witches hat using SU's Bow Builder punch.

There you have it!  So simple; yet so Stinkin' cute!!

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1 comment:

  1. BEYOND CUTE my friend! Thinking of making some of these for the table right inside my front door.......Would look SO CUTE all lined up on that table. ALSO....Going to make one of these for Jack!

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