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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:

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

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  2. 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!

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    1. 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

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  3. 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.

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

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

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

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  7. 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

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Thanks for taking the time to leave me some love!
Darlene