Friday, December 9, 2011

Manger Soap Boxes


 These little boxes are making quite the grand entrance on my dining room table as of late, I've got more whipped up and ready to post but for now, here are these two sweet manger scenes!


The little manger scene stamp was heat embossed in black and then colored with various markers. Some blue glitter inside the little shaker cup adds a bit of fun to this tiny anti bacterial soap holder. Some sticky back velcro keeps the top flap in place and this box can either be set on a shelf as a bit of paper Christmas cheer or hung on a tree by looping a piece of ribbon through the top of the closed box. 
Merry Christmas y'all!


I'm entering these little boxes into the following two challenges...




SU! products used:
Stamps - Come to Bethlehem
Ink - Poppy Parade, Crumb Cake, Versa Mark
Paper - Crumb Cake, Poppy Parade, Whisper White, Certainly Celery
Punches - Scallop Oval, 1-3/4" Circle, 2-3/8" Scallop Circle, Modern Label
EF - Square Lattice
Other - retired blue chunky glitter, Circle Treat Cups

9 comments:

Marybeth said...

Oh, what. Wonderful idea. So perfect for Christmas, I love it!
I love that the Holy Family is the focal point.

Alice Wertz said...

love these! wonderful gift idea!

Deb said...

These are fabulous little boxes! Great job!

Jennifer Rzasa said...

These are such the perfect little gifts! And it's so cool that you used the sketch to make something other than a card. Thanks for playing along with us at Our Creative Corner!

Annette said...

these are seriously the perfect fun gift... I love it..I might just have to try it...thanks for sharing..

Noelle said...

what darling little gift boxes! Tanks so much for playing colourQ! (I'm with Annette, this is the perfect CASE, if I do, I'll link back up to you!)

Tracey McNeely said...

What adorable soap boxes for Christmas. Creative.

LeAnne said...

These are really cute! I remember seeing them on Erica's blog and you have done an awesome job transforming them into your own creation! Thanks for sharing this with us this week at CQC!

Anita Scroggins said...

Great projects!!! Love them - thanks so much for playing along with us at ColourQ this week!!