When I received my order with the Eastern Medallions Thinlits a few months ago, I knew they would be perfect to use with the Window Box Thinlits so I came up with a design that was used in a recent class. What is great is that you can create a variety of looks on the top and/or sides of the window box just by varying which thinlits you select and how much you layer the various thinlits to create a design. After selecting the pieces and cutting the top portion of the window box, a circle was cut using the Layering Circles Framelits and adhered to the inside of the box lid to help showcase the medallion.
Gift Box using Stampin’ Up! Window Box Thinlits & Eastern Medallion Thinlits
The window box is the perfect size when you want to give a small gift or treat. If adding treats that are not prepackaged, I recommend using the food safe Cellophane bags.
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With your $99 Starter Kit purchased between July 1-31, you’ll also receive a FREE Essentials Gift Pack ($72 value). The Essentials Gift Pack includes the following:
Have you seen the new Birthday Memories Suite from Stampin’ Up!? It’s super cute and is full of fun. The moment that I saw it in the catalog, it went to the top of my wish list. The Birthday Delivery stamps and with the coordinating Birthday Friends Framelits Dies make it easy to create a variety of projects. Best of all, the framelits dies coordinate with the Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper (DSP) so no fussy cutting! The fox and banner in the featured card were all cut from the DSP using the framelits.
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Enjoy your 4th of July and check back later this week for project ideas.
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