Of course the Lots to Love Box Framelits are great for Valentine's boxes, but that's not all. This box is fantastic for any kind of small gift. Here's a box I made and decorated using the Hold to Hope bundle.
I'm using this box for a Make & Take activity. Keep reading so you can find out what is in the box!
The box is made from Bermuda Bay card stock. You will need to cut 2 of the box. Stamp the flower sprig all over the two box pieces in Bermuda Bay. To put the box together turn them in opposite directions. Burnish all of the score lines with your Bone Folder. I used Tear & Tape on the sides of one of the boxes. The rounded flaps become the top and bottom closures for the box.
The Layering Squares were used for the frame and the sentiment box. The words are stamped in Memento Black on a Whisper White square. The frame is cut from the Bubbles & Fizz Designer Series Paper, a Sale-a-Bration choice. Attach it using the Foam Adhesive Strips.
The butterfly, flower, and sprig of flowers are colored with the Berry Burst and Lemon Lime Twist markers from the 2017-2018 In-Colors. Cut these out with the Cross of Hope Framelits Dies. Adhere the butterfly and flower to the frame with glue dots and the sprig with the Mini Dimensionals.
The YOU is cut from Berry Burst card stock with the Celebrate You Thinlits. That's another Sale-a-Bration choice with a purchase of $100 in product.
But, of course something has to go inside the box, right? I chose a Kit Kat White Chocolate bar. I bought a box of these from Sam's Club since this was a Make & Take.
Here is the decorated bar. The wrap is the same patterned paper from the Bubbles & Fizz Designer Series Paper. It measures 4 x 6. This just barely covers the candy, but it sure saves paper to cut it this size. Use Tear & Tape on each end and stick it right to the candy. That works. Tie a knot with the 1/4 inch White Organza Ribbon around the box. The tag is stamped with the flower and punched with the 1 3/8 inch circle punch. The 1 1/2 inch circle punch was used to punch the frame from Berry Burst.
Don't you think this makes a great gift!
This was a fun project to make. It could be used for Valentine's Day I suppose, but this gift is great for anyone at any time!
Thank you for sharing some time with me today. If you need any supplies, my Product List is below. I would love to be your demonstrator if you don't already have one. Have a blessed day!