Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Project Tuesday - Acetate Treat Box

Welcome SAS friends!! Thanks to all that stopped by and played along with us during our release week - we had a blast! We loved all of your samples for the gift card holder, they were beautiful!! For those that play each week, we will showcase a NEW Guest Designer each month. This month we have Karen Wilson joining us.


This week our October host, Jennifer Meyer, has challenged us to create a Acetate Treat Box. Jennifer is using a NEW set by Stamps and Smiles called Tis the Season to be Jolly. This set is available at the Stamps and Smiles store.



Here is what you will need:
Template
Acetate or clear window sheets - office supply store
Cardstock
Embellishments - optional



When you play along with us, don’t forget to include your name in Mr. Linky so we can easily find you. If you upload your projects to Splitcoast, please include "stampsandsmiles" in the keywords.



Now let's check out the rest of the Design Team samples:


By Karen Wilson Creations By KW - October Guest Designer





7 comments:

Kr├╝mel said...

I made my first of these boxes a few days ago and loved it. So I couldn´t resist making another one when I saw your theme. Great DT boxes!
Here´s mine.
Thanks for looking!
Hugs,
Kathrin aka Kruemel

Terry Oulboub said...

Oh how cute! I love what the DT has made to inspire us. You really did a great job! What a fun challenge!

Jeri said...

What a cute project. I can just see all the possibilities in my head. Loved all the Design Team projects.You can see my project here.

Terry Oulboub said...

No Mr. Linky. :D
Here's mine

yvonne said...

I just aodre the DT boxes. Such wonderful creations.
Sorry i do not know how to link.. so here is mine.
http://yvonnescreativecards.blogspot.com/2009/10/project-tuesday-acetate-box.html

Gail's Card Cafe' said...

Your challenges are so great! I really wanted to enter this week but was pulled away to Sacramento. I do look forward to entering them :)

Karen T said...

I finally got this uploaded so I could share - so fun and much easier than ZI thought it would be.