Thursday, 13 March 2014

Make a Box....13/3

Good Monring Everyone,

Its time for another challenge with us on MAWTT. This week Karina set us all off in a panic with her theme of Make a Box and Decorate it!!! 
I eventually decided on a Triangle Box made using my Ultimate Pro from Crafters Companion.  (See Shell I do use it, it doesn't just collect dust!!) 
I saw a great style to decorate cardstock called Retiform Inking Technique. I saw it HERE. I thought that since I was sending some friends some Tablet (Recipe Here!)   I would have in in some pretty boxes. 
Its quite a simple technique and looks super.  
I hope you like my box. 
Thanks for dropping by my blog today,
Love and Sparkles
 Hazel xx

Challenges I would like my creation entered into...
Kaboodle Doodles - Anything But Square.
Craftitude- Add Some Green
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13 comments:

  1. It's a lovely idea to make tablet boxes - we always bought it when we went to the Lake District. Is Scottish tablet different? Love the thistles on the box too, carrying through the Scottish theme. Hazel L. x

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  2. This is so effective hun - what a great way to decorate your box and I love the fact you have made the contents too! Hugs, Claire x

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  3. Looks good enough to eat!!!!

    Gorgeous, xxx

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  4. How clever Hazel! Love the technique and the finished thing is lovely. Cx

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  5. These are fabulous Hazel, I love the shape, when I get married again you can make the wedding favours! I've been drooling over your Scottish Tablet for weeks on the DT blog!!
    Hugs Laurie xx
    PS
    Don't worry......I'm NEVER getting married again!

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  6. Fabulous triangle box Hazel, I love that technique!! The tablet looks delicious too!
    Hugs, Tammy

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  7. I'm very impressed Hazel, not only did you make a super box but you decorated the card you made it from & made the tablet to go inside. A super gift from Scotland!
    Hugs
    Carole xXx

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  8. Wow Hazel.. your box is really gorgeous and fab design! I love the background that you've created… thanks for the tutorial link… I will have a look at that later! the Tablet looks very yummy too!! :-))
    Big hugs
    Sue xx

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  9. Oh I love that. I love tablet. So glad you used tablet to decorate your box and didn't eat the props like someone else I could mention *whistles*

    Susan xx

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  10. What a lovely little box, love the shape and the great inky decoration. Wouldn't mind the tablet either, yum! Jx

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  11. This is really clever!
    Thanks for playing at Kaboodle Doodles!
    ~Michelle

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  12. This is such a cool way to package your gift. Love the inky technique with the over-stamping and the shape of the box is delightful. Thanks for playing along in our Anything Goes/Show a Little Green challenge at Craftitude this fortnight. I hope you join us again soon.

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Love and Sparkles Hazelxox