Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Project Tuesday - One Sheet Box

Happy Tuesday SAS Friends!! We would like to thank all those that stopped by and played along with us last week, your 3 x 3 boxes were so sweet & creative!! Before we show you the samples, we would like to announce our Featured Designer this week - Christine from Christine's Paper Place. Below you will see her stunning box. If you would like Christine, grab the "Featured Banner" from the side bar and post it on your blog.
This week our January host, Karen Wilson, has challenged us to create an one sheet box. These are super fun to make, we warmly invite you to play along. Click here for the tutorial. We warmly invite you to play along, feel free to use your favorite stamps and supplies.

This is what you will need:
-Paper cutter with scoring tool or Scor-Pal
-Bone folder
-Cardstock - one sheet of 8 1/2" x 11 "
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.

Our January host, Karen Wilson, will start us off ~

Designed by Lisa Cook

Designed by Rose Miller

Designed by: Cindy Burgess

Designed by Jennifer Meyer


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Merry said...

These look like so much fun, I will have to have a try....thanks.

JLP said...

This is really fun! I am looking forward to playing with this idea! Thanks!

KimS said...

Love all the great boxes!!! Great project!!! I plan on making some more of these this weekend.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this great project !

KanataNewf said...

A timely challenge! I made a valentine treat box for my sweetie!

Kristina Baldwin said...

Love this project!

Yvonne said...

This was so wonderful and easy to follow. Loved doing this.
And of cause the DT are just so talented in there bags too.

Beverly G said...

As always great instructions, had fun with this one, can't wait to see what you come up with Tuesday.

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