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Monday, 13 October 2014

The Curvy Keepsake Box - It's addictive!

Stampin' Up! Curvey Keepsake Box
I really didn't want to invest in the Curvy Keepsake Box framelits but my team kept tempting me with lots of lovely ideas and then I saw even more on pinterest and then I made my Robin and I have to say they are without a doubt on of the best purchases I have made from Stampin' Up!.

Before I loaded the last box for my stand at Sincerely Yours Newark on Sunday I had a quick play and made this adorable chocolate box with window sheets and said framelits.  It drew so many comments at the show and was even viewed by a lovely lady who is a baker who was visiting a baking show nearby and decided to drop by and see what was going on at Sincerely Yours. Even her husband perked up with this box and the idea that they could use it for their business to display and sell cakes and treats.  So simple and yet it makes a bag of Vice Versa chocs look amazing!  A teacher, lollipop lady or neighbour treat that would make anyone smile!

I've jazzed it up with some lovely satin real red ribbon and a tag from the same Curvy Keepsake framelits and the Endless Wishes stamp set.

Get ready for Christmas early with table favours made using these framelits and you'll be the hostess with the mostess!

Now I'll be back very soon with my Convention swaps.  I'm off to Brussels this week for our annual Stampin' Up! Convention. It's so much fun and I can't wait to hear about all the new products coming in over the months to come!

Catch you later.

Zx

7 comments:

  1. That looks beautiful Zoe but I have to admit, I've not heard of Vice Versa chocolates! x

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    1. They are similar to minstrels Abi!

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  2. What a wonderful idea. I have just gone crazy making this cute Curvy Keepsake boxes. I am going to make up a few these to place in Christmas baskets I make every year for friends. Thank you so much for sharing this idea. Have a Happy day

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    1. You are most welcome Anita. They do look good for Christmas don't they! Zx

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  3. So pretty and lovely. Have you used glue? It's perfect!! Congrats!!

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