Wednesday, November 18, 2009

This Fancy Favor Box Could Be Yours…..

Good Morning Everyone,

How would you like to get this little box as a gift from me? Just leave a comment and tell me what you would put in it if you win. I’m interested to see what everyone has in mind for this darling little box. I will announce the winner on Thursday. Don’t forget to leave your contact info for me to get back with you.

We will be making this at my Stamp Camp this weekend.

This is made with the Big Shot from Stampin’ Up! and the Fancy Favor Box Die. It’s one of Shelli’s Signature Collections. Isn’t it sweet?

Ornament Box

You cannot believe how easy this was to put together. Just fold and tape….that’s it. I used an ornament stamp form the Delightful Decorations Set and our Ornament Punch for the Ornament, added a rhinestone and a little of or new Red Dotted Grosgrain and you’ve got it made. I’ll be putting a little something in this for someone special.

Thanks for stopping by and as always….

Have a Stampinglee Good Day!

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67 comments:

Coleen said...

I would put candy in the box.

Maryjo said...

Your box is darling! I would put a bracelet in it for my daughter for Christmas...she would love it!

Rosie said...

Very sweet Lee, I really like that diecut... love the polka dot ribbon with it too! Your box looks very professional! =)

Donna said...

Love the box, Lee. My 4 year-old granddaughter would love one of her little gifts placed in the box. I would love for my dh place a gift for me in the adorable box you created. Thanks for the chance to win.
DonnaWB

Debbieboop1 said...

Love the box it's just so dainty looking

Kristy C said...

very cute box Lee!!

Nancy Dawson said...

I have been on the fence about buying this box but your inspiration has convinced me! I NEED IT! Thanks for sharing. It is elegant. Nancy

Linda said...

So simple and so lovely at the same time! Thanks for always sharing your talents!!

Michelle said...

This is an adorable little box.
Thanks for putting it up for blog candy!

Tammy Q Howell said...

Love this box. I have not purchased this die, but I might just have to!

Anonymous said...

Very Cute! I would use it to put these little snowmen I bought at the dollar store in for gifts for my daughter's teacher! Love It!

Cheryl

Handcrafted By Dawn said...

Such a cute box. I have been wanting this box for sometime and now I will just have to do it. I think I would give it to my husband,empty for him to place something bright and shiny in it to place under the tree :-)

Diane said...

This is so cute and would make a nice dinner favor during the holidays.

debbie said...

I would put an invitation to a Christmas play in it and give it to my 86 yr old friend for Christmas

Robbie said...

I love the little box. What a great gift that would make.

Ret said...

Hi Lee, this little box is absolutely adorable! I've been quite wishy washy about weather or not I really "needed" this die. Well, this confirms my "need"!
So kind of you to offer it for blog candy. I sure hope I win! :)
tfs!

Sheri said...

I love you little box. I would probably fill it with candy and take it to the nurses desk at the total care home where my mom spent the last month of her life. She just passed away Sept. 29 and I have not taken them anything yet.

nanny23 said...

Love your box and I would love to win it!
Lynn

cjknick said...

Lee, this is SO CUTE! I love the ribbon you chose as an embellishment. It's perfect! I bought my daughter a pair of earrings for xmas this year and this box would be perfect for those to be placed in :)

Thanks for the chance to win!

Cindy in Boise
seekr8pal101@yahoo.com

Susan Mac Donald said...

oh, my goodness, this is so cute; you can mail it to me flat & I'll put it together {he,he}!!

Liz said...

Hi Lee, It's so cute! I love the red and white colors together. I think the rhinestone was a nice touch. Thanks for sharing! Liz

Adair said...

This is darling, Lee!!! It is so bright and festive! As for what I would put in it...I would put a piece of jewelry like a bracelet in it. It would be the perfect size.
Adair
asvoboda@juno.com

Donna said...

What an adorable idea! I really have to look into those big Shot dies. They look like such fun! Thanks for the inspiration!

Jenifer said...

Lee,
Your little box is very cute! I think I would put some chocolate in it. Thanks for the opportunity to win it!
Thanks,
Jenifer
jenifer.phillips@ymail.com

Kimberly Johnson said...

Hmmm... I don't have the die or ribbon, yet. Would a glitter ball ornament fit in it? Even a small version would be nice. :o)

Pamela Knopf said...

The box is adorable and I would certainly want it! I probably would put a pair of earrings in it for my daughter or sister.

With fingers crossed!
Pamela

Anonymous said...

So darling. I've been wanting this die so this may just tip me over. I need to make a bunch of favors for my daughter's choir concert and these are just the thing.
Thanks for sharing!
jhartq@yahoo.com

Berta said...

Thanks for sharing Lee! So many wonderful ideas for items to place in it. I actually considered using it to give away ornaments. It looks like it would be the perfect size for the smaller delicate ones.

Wendy Hawkinson said...

This is such a sweet little box. Just the perfect size for ornaments and how suiting since it has an ornament on it! :)

~Wendy Hawkinson
www.gotrubberwillstamp.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing, and for the chance to win one :-)great way to wrap that special little gift.

Shelley T

Laura said...

This is waaayyy cute!! Love it. If I win, I think I will fill it with red & white candy canes to match the box!

Kelly said...

Hi Lee! I would love a chance to win this cute little box. I made a necklaces as Christmas gifts, and this would make a great gift box for one of them. Thanks for offering this! Kelly (kelleast22@ yahoo. com)

gbarron56 said...

Hi Lee -- your box is darling and as I mentioned before, your bow is "to-die-for" -- just georgeous!!! Thanks for sharing -- blessings, Gretchen

Lisa said...

Me me raising hand to win this beautiful little box. I would love this little box, I have been wanting to buy a shot for quite awhile now. this might just do the trick...

Shari Albrecht said...

Such an elegant box! I can see it now on coffee table holding the first clue of where the real git is! What a wondeful way to start a the holiday!

Anonymous said...

This little box is adorable. Now I know I have to order the stamps and punch. Thank you for the inspiration!
Blessings, Kym
keeleykats@comcast.net

Carolyn Sharkas said...

I would fill that baby with chocolate and give it to a friend who's having a tough time right now.
Thanks for offering up this cute little box.

kimberly said...

Lee - everything you do is gorgeous and this is no different!
This is a set I didn't think I'd use - but seeing you use it has made me fall in love with it.
And the ribbon puts just the right finishing touch on the project - nicely done!

Lisa Courter said...

Chocolate, definitely chocolate. Is there anything else to put in it. Thanks for sharing. Very Cute!

Anonymous said...

Chocolate, definitely chocolate!!! Is there anything else? Very cute. Thanks for sharing. Lisa
stampgirl@embarqmail.com

Trish said...

What an adorable box and I love the way you decorated it. I would love to see the box with some Diamond Earrings just poking out of the top of it, or maybe a Bracelet. Thanks for sharing this one, Lee.

Anonymous said...

This is such a cute idea. I would love to get this in the mail. Great job! Love the Santa card too.

marilyn2222 @ hotmail.com

6p00e54f01b9948834 said...

I love the crispness of just the red & white. So simple, so sweet and so special!

Cindy
Nova Scotia

kaiulani5 said...

Lee, I love your work! It's always so nice of you to inspire us. I love this box. It is too cute!

Wanda in NC said...

I love the simplicity of this as usual. Your cards and projects are always simple and elegant. Like it with one color other than white - and not alot of other stuff to make it tacky. Great work girl - as usual. Love the box, as well as the remainder of your work!

Connie said...

Very nicely done as usual.. .Lee. All your projects are very clean, simple, appealing.. and beautiful.. love your work. Yours is one blog I check regularly. Connie in NM

Debbie Schubauer said...

Love your box and your blog!
Debbie Schubauer
dschubau@rushmore.com

scrappingnana said...

I love this little box. It is so striking with just the red and white and the red shredded paper. I would love to put a little gift card in it for my granddaughter, as a special Christmas present. She will be 18 in January
TFS.
JoAnn (scrappingnana4@yahoo.com)

Stampindragon said...

I love this box...very simple yet elegant...gotta get that die. Would love to have this to use as a sample until I can get it. THanks for the chance to possibly get it!

Just noticed you are in Jacksonville, FL. My oldest son, George was born there at NAS Jax.

Cynthia Ferenz
stampindragon@verizon.net
Fredericksburg, VA
Proud Parent of 2 Soldiers

Stampindragon said...

OOps forgot to say what I would do with the box....I would put a little sachet or small bag of bath salts or something like that in it. Maybe jewelry w/small bag of candy or something. So many possibilities.

Cynthia Ferenz
stampindragon@verizon.net
Fredericksburg, VA
Proud Parent of 2 Soldiers

Kelly said...

Lee, This is the cutest little box. Thank you so much for sharing your creative brain with us! I would be nothing if I couldn't CASE wonderful people like you :)

dee simpson said...

I love that you post your projects. They are very sophisticated and classy. You are an inspiration to this crafter.

Denise Mohr said...

I love this box Lee.
Thanks for sharing your wonderful creation.

Rubber Princess said...

What a lovely little box that is perfect for all sorts of special goodies. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

Debbie
porter12@msu.edu

Anonymous said...

you are so talented. Thanks for sharing and inspiring me.

kathy.brown@pobox.com

Anonymous said...

I love your box and blog. I would put baby socks in the box and give it to my niece who is expecting twins in the spring!

Jane Trafton-Winch
jetrafton_winch@hotmail.com

Georgette said...

Hi Lee!

You are one very talented and creative leady!

The box is absolutely beautiful. It would be nice to put a gift card in, or maybe some hand-made truffles (yum)!, or maybe some sample size bottles from Bath & Body Works - the possibilities are endless. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Oh - I think I would put in some of those peppermint candies that See's has right now! Love the color combination - clean and crisp and seasonal.
ann@donandann.com

Mary Davis said...

Lee: What a sweet box and lovely decorated. Thanks for sharing your talent. mdavis020@rochester.rr.com

Kimberly said...

How cute! I would fill this box with bottles of nail polish, emery boards and some cute little decal stickers to make it a little "manicure box".
valentina94@yahoo.com

Rosie said...

I forgot to say what I would put in it! I think earrings would be cool or a gift card!

Maria Stamps said...

Darling gift box. I would put jewelry in it or perhaps show tickets. Thanks for the inspiration.

Maria
mariastamps247@gmail.com

Shaz said...

Love the box you have created.

Red is my oldest sons favourite colour and he would adore this. I would put in a gift card or some dollar notes and coins in the centre and then fill the box with bite sized snacks bars of chocolate and the red filler on top. He would love it.

Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful candy.

Shaz

ozscraps@tpg.com.au

Kelly said...

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Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

What a beautiful little box. Perfect for jewelry and of course chocolate and more chocolate. Hm...do you suppose diamonds and chocolate or silver and chocolate or gold and chocolate go together? And maybe a peppermint stick to go with the lovely ribbon.

So many possibilities.

Bless you for sharing - Jean Fitch
jlfstudio at live.com

Pauline said...

I have an antique ring that was my grandmother's an dI would place it in this adorable box an dgive it to my daughter for Christmas!!

JRPALLER said...

I would put a glass snowflake orniament that I made for a special friend.