Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Valentine Teacher Gifts!

Okay, I am soooo behind on my stamping and Valentines stuff!! I am finally about 85% better, but still have a hefty cough and some congestion...
Anyhoo, I made these Box in a Bag's for teachers gifts for my kiddo's Valentines parties. I think they turned out really cute for my first time ever making them!
Here is the tutorial for them - they are so easy! :)
I used my cute Gingersnaps & CC Designs Digi Downloads on Whisper White CS, layered using my nesties on Cool Caribbean. The DP is Basic Grey's Blush - 'goin' Old Skool' (sorry can't get Will Smith's character out of my head from Shark Tale right now!!) I used my Fiskars Threading Water border punch as well as my rounded-tab punch on Riding Hood Red for the bottom of the box. The ribbons are misc.
I went back and stickled the wings of these cuties after taking the orig pics, so here is a close-up of each! I filled them with Ghirardelli Chocolates - yum!

Copics used: E00, E37, E51, R00, R20, R46, BG10, Bg15, Y21, Y26, 100, C1

I got my inspiration from Jennifer Love's Blog - go check her out! Thanks for the inspiration girl!

Happy Tuesday! Hopefully I will have more goodies to share later this week!
~Tori



6 comments:

Tori Wild said...

Those are SOOO completely adorable!! I'm headed out of town in the morning, otherwise I would have TOTALLY cased them!! :) I'm sure the teachers will love them and I hadn't seen that paper before... LOVE IT!!

~~~~~~ said...

Very cute! The teachers are going to love them!

AmyR said...

These are adorable Tori!!

I was looking for a way to e-mail you but can't find anyway to contact you - if you could e-mail me at ATSDT@hotmail.com I'd really appreciate it!! :o)

Amy Rysavy

Melisa Waldorf Angel #4405 said...

Tori these are sooo cute!!

Janna said...

This is so, so cute!!! You did an amazing job with these candy buckets!! I love your coloring and the ribbons and details are wonderful!

Smiles,
Janna

Rina said...

These turned out so cute. Okay I will have to give them a try. Thanks for the inspiration Tori =)