Thursday, October 28, 2010

A box for Cynthia

Cynthia had a beautiful stitchery that was partly destroyed. We tried to salvage it for her by using it in bits and pieces. We used part for the top of this fun box. If you notice her two sons names are in the alphabets and the large letter C stands for Cynthia.
The edge of the box lid is paper punched with a Martha Stewart edge punch. I just love this one. I of course purchased all of the papers and trims from Paper Creations in the Brickyard.

Carolyn and Lynn finished a few small pieces for her to keep in her box, and purchased her a pair of scissors from the shop that goes perfectly with the papers. It was really sweet of them to do. Cynthia was thrilled!

I wanted to show you the wonderful assortment of box sizes that we have at the shop. The Y.E.S. glue is a great glue to use when covering your box. It is really tacky and doesn't look bumpy under your paper. It won't bleed through either, and is acid free.

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