Monday, December 5, 2011

Showy Boxed Christmas Set

I'm back with another Gift Set I put together for our Women's Christmas Event this week at Church.  Today I'm going to show you a set that has the showy factor to it.  It's packaged in a clear box so all the inside parts are visable.


These are all the elements wrapped up in the pretty clear box (an old stamp box from PTI).  I've re-purposed it, giving it a pretty header and it's ready for something lovely inside.  In this box are 3 cards, matching envelopes and 3 Gift Tags. 


I've used a couple of Flourishes sets again...Doves and Holly and A Gift for You.   These two sets are so pretty because the coordinate.   I've stamped all the images in shades of Memento Ink, and then sponged each of the Nestability Shapes heavily to match.  


Here's a close up of the cards, as you can see I've added Dazzling Diamonds around the card borders for some pretty shimmer.  The cards are cut with Labels Seventeen Spellbinders, Ribbon Slides, and then the Tags with Lacey Circles.  


Pretty, simple, and easy to do!  And a great gift set.  It's all ready for Christmas packaging!

9 comments:

Marisa said...

Love the sponging on these, Christine, and the touch of glitter is perfect.

Conniecrafter said...

Oh Wow, another great set, love the colors, and the matching envelopes are terrific! So pretty!

Michele Boyer said...

These are gorgeous, Christine, and such a lovely presentation!

Leslie Miller said...

Ohhhhh, look at all those pretty colors! What a lovely set, Christine!

Leslie Turner said...

Absolutely gorgeous, Christine! You out-did yourself on these - love them!!!

Sherry Kushibab said...

Beautiful set, such lovely doves, and I like how you have finished off the corners of the envelopes.

KarinsArtScrap said...

this is a gorgeous set christine.

greetings karin

Beate said...

wow, Christine. Your cards and tags are beautiful. I love the colors you chose to sponge them. Beautiful!
Hugs and smiles

Sewflake said...

Very pretty one color cards! With each a different color makes it look a lot like Christmas and reminds me of Christmas lights.