Independent Stampin Up! Demonstrator since 2007
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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Gable boxes are for the birds!

   Hello!  I have one of my very favorite projects to share with you today.  It is called a gable box and has so many possibilities!!  This one happens to be home to a little chick that melted my heart!  These boxes go together very quickly and always look so fancy schmancy to me. What do you think?

Does this little guy not make you just want to squeeze him with love?!  I have seen several versions of chicks on line, but threw this little guy together on my own.  All of his edges are sponged with Chocolate Chip and he is put together using lots of pop dots.

Side view of this multi-purpose box!

Up close of my little quacker!

Stamps: Printed Petals
Ink: Blushing Bride and Chocolate Chip
Paper: So Saffron, Blushing Bride, Very Vanilla and Calypso Coral
Punches and dies: Modern Label, @ 1/2" Circle, 1/2" Circle, Itty Bitty Punch Circle, Smallest Oval, 1 1/2" Circle and Scallop Circle punch
Extras: Pop dots and Pink Pirouette ribbon 

Lots to do today!  Have a great day!  I will be back soonest with more to share! 


Pam said...

Very cute!!! I love your chick, and the gable box. How do you find the time???

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) A•Muse Consultant #1065 said...

Well if this isn't just the cutest little guy!?!?!? Love him!!!

:: BlueInks :: said...

Way adorable. Such creative use of the punches!!!

Nancy said...

I like your box! How big is that? Hello, I need directions, please?

The little duck is cute too. I bow down to the punch master! I don't know how you make all these cute critters! You are too creative!!

Carole said...

I love the ducky! You just put together punch shapes and made a duck, that's amazing.

Margaret said...

Another adorable punch art critter!! He does look huggable! Love the container too! I need to get an earlier start next year...

James Reed said...

Really beautiful...Love the box and thanks for the tutorial
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