Perfect Pennants Box

I wanted to share a quick project I made a couple of weeks ago using the new Perfect Pennants Die.  This was a super easy box to make!!  All I did to make the box was cut out four pennants and score the bottoms at 1/2 inch, adhere the scored piece to a square, punch a hole in each side of the pennants and tie the sides together using Linen Thread.  The greeting is from the new Pursuit of Happiness Stamp Set.  I just simply colored the word(which is in a phrase) using my Soft Suede Stampin' Write Marker and then I just layered it on a couple different punched pieces.  The little flower is punched out using the Boho Blossoms Punch.  The colors I used were Soft Suede, Marina Mist, Blushing Bride and Very Vanilla.  I also used the Buea Chateau DSP.



I'm off to bed.  Tomorrow is a very big day at our house...Gavin starts the fourth grade!!  I don't know where the time has gone.  Take Care

10 comments:

Cheryl said...

Oooh, I love this!

Jean Addis said...

What a wonderful idea! Thank you for posting directions.

Ann Schach said...

How creative, Carrie! I LOVE it! Thanks for include the tutorial! And good luck to Gavin as he starts fourth grade! Woo hoo!

Gina said...

What a cute and creative idea. I could see these as place cards on a table and about a million other things too. Congrats to Gavin starting 4th grade. My niece started 4th as well this year and she is so excited to be a fourth grader--so much more excited than she has been in the past.

Jackie said...

What an awesome box Carrie! Love the new look of your blog too....TFS!!!!

Jennipher Lowery said...

Oooh! The minute I saw this I thought "beau chateau" as I love that collection. Gorgeous work Carrie!

Donna Heber said...

This is so cool Carrie! What a great looking box and that hanging key charm is perfect.

Traci DeGolier said...

Great use of this die! Love the colors and "feel" of the box. So cute! Following you from SC, #395.

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BLJ Graves Studio said...

Totally love this. Such a neat idea. :0)

Margaret said...

Such a great idea and I love the colors you chose!

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