Oy what a month! Here's my story, I am so dropping the ball lately and my blog has like one thing on it for the entire month!
I got sick with the head/sinus thing and then it went into my lungs and got double pneumonia. So instead of putting me in the hospital, I had a home health nurse come over 3x a day to give me a new IV bag because you always get more sick in the hospital, like hospital-acquired pneumonia. Come on! I live in California! You're not supposed to get sick here because you're not cramped up in confined spaces. Then, of course, I had my usual back work done and I'm going back in for more because it's not working and I just want a bunch of "caine" drugs injected. It's really that simple. That worked!
Soooooo, here's my project using a Kraft box. I have a lame paper bow but I did make a rosette which I can't do to save my life. Yay Cindy!
I think it turned out pretty cool. It was so simple to make just taking the measurements from the box to cut your paper and dressing it up just how you want it.
Thanks for stopping by to visit me and taking a look at my box. I hope that it gives you some inspiration.
More of my stuff to come after I get off of this bum for a while. You'll love my cookie project! It's like one of those cards that you see on Facebook. I read one this week that said, "All of these women are making these perfect Pinterest projects and I'm all like I took a shower and kept the kids alive." That's my cookie project :)
Stamps: Owl Occasions (sentiment), Watercolor Winter (flowers)
Card Stock: Very Vanilla
Designer Series Paper: Candlelight Christmas
Ink: Basic Black, Real Red
Basic Jewels: Pearls colored with a Bic marker
Glitter: Dazzling Diamonds
Big Shot Die: Rosette
Hardware: Antique Brad
Ribbon: Real Red Satin Ribbon (I am not giving that up!)
Technique: 2-step stamping, die-cutting, hand cut banner
Tools Used: Big Shot, Glue gun
Date: Friday, November 30, 2012 GMT Views: 1010
Registered: July 19, 2007 Location: Auburn, Ca Posts: 3475
Sun, Dec 02, 2012 @ 10:36 AM
Wow girl you've been through the wringer....so sorry to hear that you've been devoid of your passion. I'm a Calif girl too, and I just love your box with all the patterned papers, thanks for sharing with us!