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Pizza for you!

Okay, maybe not a pizza, but a pizza box. I made this pizza box to hold the "Get Well" card I made for the Sentimental Sundays challenge. I am planning on mailing the card in a padded envelope but I wanted to add an extra layer of protection.





When I was practicing making roses (tutorial HERE), I made a few extra. I decided to use them on the box although they might get crushed in the mail.


I still have to clip the ribbon. I don't want to clip until I am ready to mail it in case I need to make any adjustments.


Have a great day!


Challenges for this card:


Supplies:

  • Stamps: Close to My Heart Amore Lowercase letters
  • Papers & CS: Close to My Heart Perfect Day paper pack, Stampin' Up Chocolate Chip, misc. cream card stock
  • Inks: Close to My Heart Chocolate
  • Tools & Embellishments: Cricut Tags, Bags, Boxes & More (sized W 11.6 x H 6.3 for 5x5 card), Creative Memories corner rounder punch, Martha Stewart leaf punch, misc ribbon

Comments

Joanne Gilch said…
Beeeautiful box for that gorgeous card. Thanks for the link to the tutorial.
Marlene said…
Wow - you made those roses?! Double WOW!
Leanne said…
This is GORGEOUS Cheryl!!! Love, love the paper!
Kimberly S said…
What a wonderful project, and your roses are gorgeous!! :)
Dawn said…
This is really a great idea...Love that paper and those flowers.
Pat (mspfd) said…
Oh my goodness, this is gorgeous. Your roses are perfection.
Faye said…
I love it, and the colours! x
Dana Gustafson said…
Quite lovely! What a great idea and your paper roses are wonderful! Thanks so much for playing with Just Us Girls this week!
Rhonda said…
Wow Cheryl! This is really neat. The box would be nice all by itself..lol
Chrissie said…
Fabulous project Cheryl, it matches the card beautifully!
Wonderful!
Chrissie
Anesha said…
Beautiful box! Anesha
So cool!! What a great way to send the card!!! I watched the flower tutorial! I hope to make some this week or next. Don't think I'm going to be doing too much crafting this week :(
Maria
raindropecho said…
Wow, Cheryl, you are GREAT at making these flowers! This is gorgeous!
this is gorgeous, great style...have a fabulous day!

enjoy *~*
Rosanne said…
Its beautiful!
Sue Lelli said…
Beautiful box! Love the colors and the flowers!
Tracey said…
Fantastic box Cheryl those roses are fab (I love making them at the moment too).

Hope you're having a great week :)

Hugs
Tracey
xx
Melissa said…
Great idea! This is sooo cute! Thanks!
Tami said…
Thanks so much for playing at Aly's I would like to make one of these boxes.
Scrapaddict said…
Very lovely! Thanks for playing Simple Doodles.
Tip Top said…
Wow! Wonderful box and hope it doesn't get squashed in the post! Thank you for joining us at Simple Doodles - hope to see you again next time!

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