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Friday, September 18, 2015

Stampin' Up Pillow Box Addiction

Yup - I have another new addiction - Stampin' Up Square Pillow Boxes.  I just can't stop making them and embellishing them.  Oh what fun indeed!!!

These pillow boxes are so much fun to put together.  All you need to do is die cut, fold and place two pieces of sticky tape on the side flaps.  The end flaps actually stay closed by themselves. 

You can leave the pillow boxes plain or put windows in them as I did on the pillow boxes in the pictures above and below.  The Square Pillow Box Thinlits Die's includes die's to create 3 leaves, 3 pumpkins or 3 trees labels, 2 tags, a snowflake and a candy cane. And, they also coordinate with the SU stamp set called A Little Something which can be purchased at a bundle price.  

How about those stamped SU Vintage Leaves!  They stamp so crisp and clean and are just amazing in a wide variety of colors or die cut using SU Designer Series Papers.  The 3 crumpled leaves tied together with SU Linen Thread are left overs from SU's Witching Decor Project Kit (Witches' Hat) that I showed in an earlier blog post.  SU Vintage Leaves stamp set coordinates with the SU Leaflets Framelits Dies and can also be purchased at a bundle price.

How about those acorns!!!  They're from a SU set called Acorny Thank You and it has a coordinating punch.  You'll see more of these on my blog in the future.  They're just a blast to make and punch out in all sorts of Designer Series Papers or stamped in many different colors.  The SU Acorny Thank You stamp set coordinates with the SU Acorn Builder Punch and can also be purchased at a bundle price.

The feathers are from the SU stamp set called Cheer All Year.  I die cut them from a retired Feathers die set.  They can easily be fussy cut though.

Awwwww...Doesn't Mr. Penguin look stunning all decked out in his tuxedo.  Just adorable with his candy cane cane!!!  

What lovely embossed vellum!  The SU Holidays Fancy Foil Designer Vellum really provides a nice frosty look and a good Time to Chill for Mr. Penguin!  The candy Cane was die cut from the red and white striped vellum that comes in the package.  There are also sheets of vellum with shiny foil trees.

This SU stamp set is called Snow Place and has a coordinating die set called Snow Friends which can be purchased at a bundle price.

And, check out those tree's behind the vellum! The trees are from the SU stamp set Peaceful Pines and coordinate with the Perfect Pines Framelits Dies also available to purchase at a bundle price.

Wow...that's a lot of bundles and savings!  I'm not going to make a list of products this time as I used so many that it would take me forever to list them all.  So, if you have any questions, please e-mail me at dodge3670 at AOL dot com.

Thanks for joining me today.  Have a great weekend and hope to see you back on Monday!




*Today would have been my Dad's birthday; but, he is my Birthday Angel now!  Happy Birthday Daddy!!!


 


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2 comments:

  1. What a terrific trio of Pillow boxes! I have got to get that die out! Each of yours are amazing! I love the windows and then the die used as part of the embellishments too, so clever! Your Vintage Leaves do look absolutely stunning too, the acorns and pumpkins go great together and then that penguin…oh my, he looks so dapper on that awesome scene! Great inspiration, Lynn! Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. Hands Down......The Mr. Penguin one is my favorite. You do an amazing job of creating this little cuties.......Can't wait to see what kind of 'fun-ness' you come up with next. Thanks for sharing.

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