While it's always hard to say goodbye.... it's also a happy time because we welcome a new Guest Designer, Randi Barrett! Many of you already know Randi and the more you know her, the more you will love her! Randi will be with us in the bread basket for April and May! Please welcome her and check out her blog, Randi's A New Creation as well!
This Tuesday, I wanted to share a little project with you for my "Time With" spot. With Easter almost upon us, I thought you might like a quick project idea that not only makes a beautiful presentation for an Easter Gift, but also gives a most wonderful message! Who could resist this pretty box filled with some yummy Easter treats? Here is my project:
I covered this chipboard cross box with yummy shimmery designer paper from SEI (Chocolate). It is a silvery paper with little gold sanded lines throughout. It's so elegant! I decorated it with the March release Our Daily Bread designs set Easter Blessings (the Lily of the Valley) and The Lord has Risen (the sentiment). I used the Spellbinders Fancy Tags which I sponged with Brilliance Platinum Planet Ink. It really gives it a shine. To make the Fancy Tag longer for the vertical panel I cut it and taped it to the back of the horizontal panel so it would better fill the cross. I then adhered them to the box with foam dots to give more dimension. The Lily of the Valley is watercolored and then cut out, and sprayed with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist in Pearl for LOTS of shimmer! I added some white ribbon to the bottom of the flower.
For the side of the lid, I added some self adhesive paper ribbon from K&Co. This little box holds 6 large Truffles.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Please be sure to stop back on April 1 for a new release and a lot of fun for all!!! Check it out right here at the Our Daily Bread designs blog on the first!
Meantime, I'd love to have you stop by my blog and see what else I have been up to! I have a little sneaky peeky for you if you just can't wait for Thursday!
Have a blessed day!
Design Team Coordinator