Christmas in July Day 31

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I cannot believe Christmas in July is ending!  Wow this month went by fast.  Today I made a gift box for my gift card tags.  This would make the perfect gift for a friend!  I used the Clear Tiny Treat Boxes and filled it with the cards I made this week.  I then wrapped a 1/2″ piece of This Christmas Designer Series Paper around the box and adhered it on the bottom with Snail Adhesive.  I then wrapped the box in Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine.  I made a gift tag for the top.   The tag is 1 7/8″ x  3 3/4″ folded in half.  I used Garden Green Card Stock for the base and then a decorative square cut at 1 9/16″ x  1 9/16″ from This Christmas Designer Series Paper. The “Merry Wishes” sentiment is from Oh, What Fun Photopolymer Stamp Set stamped in Cherry Cobbler Ink on Whisper White Thick Card Stock. I punched out the sentiment using the Decorative Label Punch. I adhered the layers together using Snail Adhesive.I punched a hole in the corner of the card using the 1/8″ Circle Punch.  I tied the card to the top with the Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine and finished it off with a bow.

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Thank you for following along for Christmas in July with me.  I have had so much fun and I hope this inspired you to start thinking about the holidays.

 

Stamping Supplies:

Clear Tiny Treat Boxes

Clear Tiny Treat Boxes

Garden Green 8-1/2" x 11" Cardstock

Garden Green Card Stock

This Christmas Designer Series Specialty Paper

This Christmas Designer Series Paper

Whisper White 8-1/2" x 11" Thick Cardstock

Whisper White Thick Card Stock

Oh, What Fun Photopolymer Stamp Set

Oh, What Fun Photopolymer Stamp Set

Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin' Pad

Cherry Cobbler Stamp Pad

SNAIL Adhesive

Snail Adhesive

 

Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine

Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine

1/8" (3.2 mm) Circle Punch

1/8″ Circle Punch

Decorative Label Punch

Decorative Label Punch

 

 

About Heather

Hi I'm Heather and I am an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. I'm here to inspire you with ideas so you can make paper crafts in the convenience of your own home. Or wherever you want to paper craft!

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