Wednesday, January 30, 2013

3D Wednesday time

Hello crafty peeps! It's hump day and you know what that means....it's time for another 3D Wednesday with My Creative Time. This week we were to make a box or container. I super love 3D Wednesday and I super love boxes and containers. LOL. Hope you like what I've created today!

Two of my projects are recycles. Another love! From one package of BigShot cutting plates (the regular size, not the extended ones) I was able to cut both this fry box and the tiny take out box. {"Awesome recycling", she said, as she patted herself on the back. ;)}


The fry box is close to a regular size container you would get at the fast food place. I really love this die (by Quickutz) and you can do so much with it. Party favors, mini Easter baskets, fry boxes {gasp! they really work for that too!} or chips while you watch the game...endless possibilities. I embellished this Valentine box using a lacy heart die (also Quickutz) adorned with various foliage and the super cute shrinky tag with the message, "you had me at chocolate", by My Creative Time.

This teensy take out box is so sweet. I love cutting it from clear material when your filling is as colorful as Valentine candy! Such a pretty presentation. Would be cute at Easter with jelly beans in it too.

Pretty little flower made with MCT scalloped circle die; shrinky heart from MCT stitched layered hearts and sentiment from MCT Lots of Love stamp set.

For my third container I've done another tiny take out box but used this fab pattern paper from the Carta Bella, Devoted 6x6 paper pad. Hearts again are MCT stitched layering hearts.

Flower embellishment made from flat blossoms; inked in TH Weathered Wood, add pearl center and leaves.

Product List:
My Creative Time, You Had Me At Chocolate stamp set
My Creative Time, Chocolate Greetings banner die
My Creative Time, Scallop circle die
My Creative Time, Stitched Layering Heart dies
My Creative Time, Lots of Love stamp set
Quickutz take out box die
Quickutz fry box die
Quickutz nesting heart doily dies
Carta Bella, Devoted 6x6 paper pad
Shrink film, staz-on ink, TH distress ink, leaf and foliage dies, bling, brads, recycled plastic packaging


12 comments:

  1. All are super cute projects. Loving the clear box.

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  2. I so have to get these dies!! The possibilities really would be endless!! <3 amazing job!

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  3. Each one of these is absolutely adorable, Shar! So many fabulous ideas!!!

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  4. Very cute and beautiful gifts Shar! Your florals are always so beautifully made! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

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  5. Super cute boxes! Love all the "little" details...some are VERY little...lol. Great job, love them all.

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  6. Shar ~ Oh my look at these BEAUTIES!! LOVe the Fry box with the AWESOME embellies! Oh your take out boxes are ADORBS too! I must say I think using the clear packaging is not only CLEVER but such a BEUATIFUL presentation!! AWESOME job as always! Have a great day!

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  7. Love your recycle job! The containers are perfect for showing off the pretty candies inside. Great job!
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  8. FANTASTIC job with all your sweet little boxes Shar!great gift idea:)

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  9. Goodness gracious your treat bag/boxes are so cute how do you keep coming up with so many ideas one right after another you are amazing.

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  10. Amazing sweet little packages, even if they were given empty! I love the clear boxes with colorful treats, all the flowers and sweet little charms too!

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  11. I just LOVE LOVE ALLLL of your goodies!!!! SOOOO PRETTY!;)
    Big hugs,
    Emma:)

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Thanks for stopping by the studio. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments or email me directly. :) ♥ ~Shar

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