Friday, 20 April 2012

Springtime Boxes with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™

Hello to all my Blogland friends,
Yesterday I did another post for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L it's here published on their blog.
I waited to share my project with you today because of the time difference.
I put together some Springtime boxes that could be used as table favours.  
I made 9 in all but pictured 5 - inside are mini eggs, 
somewhat depleted because it was one for the box - one for me!
selecting greens and yellows to represent Spring.
To assemble the boxes I used My Stik™  Permanent Strips Dispenser and 
for the flowers 3D Foam Squares - so useful because there are two sizes in the pack. 
If you have a moment I would truly appreciate you popping over to to their blog and 
leaving a comment...many thanks friends.
Back tomorrow with Die-Day!
Take care,


Hellma said...

Love todays boxes Christine.

melanie said...

Love these bxs I have got this die
but only used it once .Melanie

Lucycat said...

These boxes are really pretty I love the colour. Looking forward to die day tomorrow. x

Carole Z said...

Lovely boxes Christine, oddly enough I have the Petal Top box set and I made up these with flowers made from the anemone flower topper to put mini choccy eggs in for guests at Easter! Have a lovely Friday, Carole Z X

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine ,very pretty boxes ,love the flowers too . Elaine H X

Astrid Maclean said...

Gorgeous little set of boxes and I love the little round tags you added. Just right for mini eggs and oh, I so know the problem of "one for me one for the box".....

Cinders said...

Hi Christine,
Love the boxes with the tags, I'd use these as place settings.
Have a great day
Caz x

nmty said...

Wow, this project is just fabulous, gorgeous spring colours. an inspiration!
thanks Norma

hazel said...

lovely boxes Christine.xx hazel

Chloe's Nan said...

These are gorgeous Christine, so many uses for these little boxes x

Julia Watts said...

Lovely little boxes. Julia xxx

Lydia Jordan said...

Morning Christine,
These are so pretty never made boxes before so I'll have a go. I have these daisy dies and I use them a lot.
Have a good Day.

AnneRD said...

Christine, Very pretty boxes, like the colours you have used and the addition of the tags. Must get the flower die its so effective. Anne x

Adele said...

Lovely boxes, could you tell us where we in the UK can buy the 3L stuff, you only ever show USA ?

Christine said...

Good point Adele! I will list some stockists with links tomorrow :) xx

loftylass said...

Hi Christine - love the boxes and tags. The flower die is on my 'wishlist' because it always looks so special. tfs

Elizabeth said...

These are very pretty boxes, thanks for sharing. Which to buy...anemone or daisy die...that is the question??? Each time I see one of your projects with one think yes that one but then I see the other and think the same.
Confused Elizabeth x

Redanne said...

I agree with Elizabeth above, I never know which to buy either. Your boxes are beautiful, I love the soft Spring colours. I don't know how you stay lovely and slim if it is one for you and one for the box! Looking forward to tomorrow's die.

Linda (Lindyloo) said...

Hi Christine,
I love these little boxes and am going to have to buy this die as it would make my life so much easier when I do the families weddings. Up to now I have painstakingly made a template and then cut each and every box by hand. I love the thought of the eggs in the boxes, but it would be two for me and one for the box (greedy beggar I know. lol!)
I have been trying for a while now to get to 3L blog but when I click on the link it just keeps telling me there is a 'problem loading page'. Anyway I will keep trying and hopefully get there eventually.
Looking forward to seeing what Die Day brings. All the best Linda

Sandra said...

I can think of a million and 1 uses for those gorgeous little boxes.
Looking forward to tomorrows post already!
Sandra x

Craftychris said...

Fab box and so useful! Am catching up as have missed a few days xx

Lucy said...

I do love boxes! These are exceptional, Christine. Nice work, as always.

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