We have a lovely new challenge for you starting today, the topic has been chosen by Sylvie, one of our teamies, and the subject matter is 'BOXES OF ALL SORTS'. As always this is open to your own interpretation and your boxes may be 3D ones like Sylvie's gorgeous make or may be more of the 2D kind perhaps - something like my own interpretation shown below maybe, based on flat square 'boxes'.
Here are the usual guidelines:
At the end of the month Sylvie will set about choosing five lucky participants, each of whom will win a CI rubber stamp of their choice, and don't forget that as per usual, once you have linked in your creation, you can also claim a lovely 25% discount code to use on anything you purchase from the CI Website, which will be valid to use until the 10th of April.
Go for it, and enjoy the challenge x
As always we very much look forward to seeing your entries - you will be in with a chance of winning a free stamp, and you will also be able to obtain a cool 25% CI web discount. When you have linked in your entry please email us at email@example.com to obtain your special code, and then go shopping!
As I said above Sylvie's inspirational make is gorgeous - very clever indeed, and a great way to recycle a cat food box! I have lots of colourful photos for you. She has also given me some step by steps to show you which I will also pop below. Lots of CI stamps appear on this make, all of which can be found at www.craftyindividuals.co.uk
Here are the steps....
Don't you just love those little feet too?!!
Here is my own 'flatter' take on 'Boxes of all sorts'...
I'm also going to add another couple of 'boxes' I made recently - okay I know they are cones really, but seeing as it is 'all sorts of boxes', maybe we can stretch it to cones too - lol?!!
The first cone is made with paper from our 'Seville' book, and the second with vellum stamped with CI-443 and embossed in white. We are also selling the plain and vellum cones on the website now which you can find HERE.
We would love it if you would join in with us, and link a make in above. Looking forward to it!
Bye for now,