Monday, December 8, 2008

JustRite Acetate Box

I am sure everyone is busy out there with preparations for their Christmas festivities. One of the things I do every year is make a box which I will then use to hold a special treat that my DH likes ... it is just an extra little thing I like to get for him.

This year I decided to make an acetate box ... mine is a little large then I have normally made it as I wanted to use these new JustRite Stampers Christmas stamps I received from a friend last week. These are the first JustRite Stampers stamps I have gotten and I have to say I am hooked. They are sooo much fun ... you get a number of centres and a number of borders and you can mix and match. Or as I have done for my project today, just use the centres!

If you haven't seen these before and are looking for these JustRite Stampers stamps are available from Stamper's Dream.

The box is still empty at the moment because I still have to get the goodies to put inside but at least the box is now finished and ready. One more job done!

Here is a close up of the front of the box.

I used the JustRite Stampers stamps for the top of the box too ... there are 6 centres (sentiments) and 6 borders in this set I used on this box.

And a close up of the top of the box.

Recipe:
Stamps:
Christmas Stamp Ensemble - JustRite Stampers
Paper: White; Riding Hood Red & Always Artichoke - SU; DP - Unknown
Other: Lipstick Red Fluid Chalk Ink; Circle Nestabilities; Red Brads; Poinsettia Flowers; Riding Hood Red Grosgrain Ribbon; Acetate; Foam Tape



5 comments:

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh so sweet for your Hubby Frances, I love it.

Summerthyme Studio said...

Now that is just adorable......... just add a little chocolate and I'd be glad to have it............lol
just kidding!!!

Anonymous said...

What a very cool project!! I really want to make one of these!!! You've made it look so beautiful!! TFS!

DeeDee said...

Oh how COOL is this box!!!! I love it!!! PRETTY!!!

Stamp Talk with Tosh said...

What a fabulous box Hoots!! Love how you used the JustRite centers!! Gorgeous!!