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Oct 29, 2012

Notecard Gift Box

Gift box ...Isn't that awesome idea to gift for any occasion..After purchasing my MS scoreboard, my search for these gift boxes tutorials are never ending ones...Picked up a tutorial which i bookmarked earlier and tried my first notecard gift box.



Wanted it to be simple and sweet..
More like NOEL theme colors...its comes out that way which is purely unintentional...Love it yet!

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Made this simple giftbox with a notecard to leave message, embellished it with punched out leaves and flowers. Decorated that with border punch. On  the lid, embellished it with flowers and leaves.

Isn't that lovely...Leave a comment to say how much you like it...

Hope i had taken a better picture though not taken in daylight....Thanks for the tips, which Sunehra shared in Itsy Bitsy.

My Supplies:

MS scoreboard: Mansi
Cardstocks, border punch,PP:  Sudha
Punches,Pearls: Al craft supply
Sentiment, Ribbon:  Itsy Bitsy

Entered following challenges:
Itsy Bitsy -Make it Dimensional 
Crafter's corner - Celebrate with flowers
Papercraft MY challenge - Anything goes
Perfect Sentiments challenge - PSC54 Think pink for christmas
Creative card crew - Fancy folds

** Updation:

My quilled flowers and leaves has reached Love Quilling Charity, Japan and they have back linked my blog paying their gratitude.... So sweet of them. Thank You, Maggie.

And.....I got these surprise RAK from Noor Nadhi of Paperie Designs Studio. Awesome card maker. She has already featured me in her blog last year when i was just a beginner in Quilling.  Do check here.
Thanks Noor for these lovely cards.




Yayyy.....Happy news to share ...Itsy Bitsy candy jus arrived..Thank U so much, Itsy Bitsy for this wonderful chance to win this....Parcel was safe and sound and craft items are covered well in bubble wrap.




Can you see the huge amount spent to send this all the way to UAE...Really appreciate this Itsy Bitsy...


Happy Crafting!

20 comments:

  1. Lovely sathya love the colours first time knowing that there is a notecard gift box thanks for sharing u r so quick with ur crafts

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  2. This is so beautiful !The colors are pleasing .

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  3. Sathya I totally love this creation - very Christmassy even though it's unintentional. The ribbon and bow is just gorgeous!! And the photos are awesome. I have to tell you though that our limit is 3 submissions per person. So check which 3 you want to enter and remove the fourth. Hurry, it closes tomorrow 31st Oct.
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

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  4. Lovely box Sathya, You have used the punched flowers and leaves so well, it looks like it is printed and embossed. Lovely work.

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  5. very pretty, love the colors and detail on it!!!
    Paula

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  6. Great little gift box. Thanks for playing along with us at Creative Card Crew.

    Hugs
    Elle

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  7. The gift box looks lovely, the red and green combination adds a festive touch and Christmas effect to it.

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  8. What a sweet gift box! Love the colours! :)

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  9. Nice decoration on your handmade gift box.

    Thank you for playing with us at Paper Craft My Challenge.

    Loves,
    Paper Craft My Challenge team.

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  10. What pretty colors and such a wonderful card box and matching note cards!

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  11. Wow pretty sweet creation. Love the red.

    Sudha
    sudha-kalra.blogspot.in

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  12. Thank for all your loving comments!!!

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  13. What a wonderful creation! Love the colors and how they blend so beautifully. Thanks for playing along with us at The Perfect Sentiment!

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  14. Lovely ptoject, thanks for joining us at CCC xx Jan

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  15. Very creative and fun take on our Think Pink for Christmas challenge. Thanks for joining us at The Perfect Sentiment.

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  16. Welcome Sathya!!! Adore your rocking creations :)

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  17. Welcome Sathya!!! Adore your rocking creations :)

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