The little things that make me happy here on Bliss Road~~Emily Keaton

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Stampin' B's Ribbon Challenge

It's Thursday! Not only is today my kids' last day of school for 2010, it is also time for another Stampin' B's DT challenge. This time around Lois is our hostess, and she is challenging us to use ribbon in any way except tied in a bow or a knot. Hmmmmm . . .

Here's what I came up with. I gave my red satin ribbon a good twist before adhering it down. No bows or knots here!! I altered this mini lunchbox tin as a Christmas gift for my son's second grade teacher. Here's a peek at the other side.
I also made a set of 20 Christmas gift tags to go inside the tin, where they are organized by paper dividers I created. This should help my son's teacher keep all organized for gift prep!

Challenges:
I hope you've been inspired to play along with the Stampin' B's!! If you do make a card, post it on your blog or SCS gallery, and link it up to the Inlinkz tool on the Stampin' B's blog. We'd love to see what you create!! :)

Thanks for checking out my little slice of bliss for today!

Card Recipe:
Stamps: Stampin' Up (various)
Paper:
October Afternoon Very Merry collection DP, SU whisper white CS, MFP hazelnut tan CS, various CS from The Paper Company
Ink: Palette: noir black, l'amour red, moulin rouge, burnt umber, jardin moss, viridian leaf, starry night; SU bashful blue
Accessories: CM corner rounder, various SU punches (lots!), baker's twine, red satin ribbon, dimensionals, gold lame Smooch
Techniques: altered tin

15 comments:

Benzi said...

What a super altered tin. I know your son loves to present his teacher with an item such as this. And, I see you even lined the tin. The tags are so pretty. That had to be a very happy teacher when she received this project.

Angie said...

Fab idea love what you have done thanks for joining us at papertake weekly
Angie

Bonnie said...

What a wonderful gift Emily. Love the gingerbread theme and the tags will be so useful. Great idea. Glad you are able to keep your sanity in this crazy time of year.

Lorraine A said...

oh wow !! what a fabulous creation !! the box is so beautifully decorated and the tags are lovely !! I am sure she will LOVE this !! :-)

thanks for joining us on the Stamp Something, Simon Says Stamp and Papertake Weekly Challenges :-)
luv
Lols x x x

Joanne Travis said...

Emily, your lunch tin boxes are fabulous, inside and out!
Hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

Marisa said...

What a wonderful idea! Well done :)

Staying Crafty said...

This is adorable!

Lois said...

Emily, this is absolutely adorable! Your son's teacher is going to be overwhelmed. Great gift idea.

Sue Lelli said...

Emily, what an AMAZING, CREATIVE, and THOUGHTFUL gift this is for your son't teacher. She is one ver LUCKY person to have YOUR son in HER class! LOL! Have a Merry Christmas!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Emily, you did an amazing job decorating the tin! What a wonderful gift! All the tags inside look gorgeous! Hope you have a Merry Christmas :)

Colleen Dietrich said...

Tee hee! What a cute tin, and I love how you've neatly filled it with an assortment of equally-cute tags. A super thoughtful gift, and one that is not likely to be forgotten or re-gifted or shoved away somewhere!

Anita said...

Emily, this is just as cute as can be and what a wonderful and useful gift! I'm sure the teacher will love it.

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

What wonderful tins and I love the idea of filling them with tags!
I hope you had a Merry Christmas with your family, Emily! :)

Rica said...

Fabulous altered lunch box and what a great present, much appreciated I'm sure!!
Love all the little tags and fabulous details.

So glad you could join us at the Simon Says Stamp challenge, hope you had a great Christmas,
hugs Heather xx

Shana said...

Emily this is a WONDERFUL gift! Love the paper you've chosen and gorgeous tags! Thank you for joining us at Paper Sundaes - we hope to see you again soon!