Friday, September 9, 2016

Tissue Box Covers - Phase 3

Hello Everyone!
Wow!  Here we are approaching another weekend!
I don't know about you but my weeks are FLYING by!  
Maybe that's because I'm under a time crunch making sure I
have enough product made & ready for a show I have
on the 21st at the local Country Club.

Yesterday I shared gift card holders with you and said I needed to
finish the tissue box covers I had sitting on the table.

Phase 1 was getting them die cut and put together . . .



Phase 2 was die cutting the hole in the top for the tissues to come through
and adding a decorative  oval around that opening ...

Phase 3 is the decorating and packing . . . 

 On the holiday covers I've simply added red & green 
Stickles around the decorative oval.


 The same for the Fall covers but using Fall colors . . .


But for the Kitties, Birds & Butterfly lovers, I've gone a little further 
by using 3d K&Co. elements . . .



  Now it's time to bag 'em up and put them in the box for the sale.

UPDATE:
Measurements and instructions can be found HERE 
on a post from a few years back.
I'm working on another project today too ...
here's a sneak peek . . .


 Have a great day!
As always . . .

8 comments:

Nancy said...

Wow! Those are fabulous, Darlene! I love the gorgeous papers you used! Wonderful idea! :o)

KT Fit Kitty said...

OMGoodness, those kitty boxes are soooooo cute! All of them are awesome! How do you make them? They look hard? Is it your own design, or is there a template? I think these would make a cute gift!

Darlene said...

Once you get going on them, they are not really hard at all Kitty! You can find directions on a post I put up a few years ago here: http://darscraftycreations.blogspot.com/2013/08/crafty-secrets-august-linky-party-and.html

Ann Greenspan's Crafts said...

Now I know why you told me before that these were such a huge seller at your fairs......they are very nice looking. You definitely put a lot of time into these and it shows.

Kathy Krug said...

Beautiful tissue boxes. Thanks for the tutorial. I think they would make great Christmas gifts.

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

Love those tissue boxes! I have made a few of these in my time but not like you!

Leslie Miller said...

Totally amazing! I'm always in awe of your productivity and creativity. Those critter boxes are my favorites -- kitties, birds, and butterflies. Wow!!

Donna Phelan said...

These are so perfectly creative! Love the different designs too! I hope you make so much money for even more crafting supplies--one can never have enough....apparently lol