Four seasons of Bitty Boxes — Winter

Debra Burgin Holiday Bitty BoxUnlike last week, when I had three camps, this week my evenings have been quiet and productive.  I am way ahead of the game for Super Saturday, so I’ve been making samples for the boards and displays.  My plan is to make a series of Bitty Boxes decorated for the seasons.  Here’s the first — you’ll know if I accomplished my mission if you see four of them on October 2nd!

I love Stampin’ Up!’s Bitty Box die.  I had made this rosette weeks ago, but didn’t know where to use it — it’s too bulky and fragile for a card that will be mailed.  Well, it makes the perfect topper for the box!  (It’s made from the In Color paper pack that’s a Level 1 Hostess product.  If you can, get it!  The prints are different from the ones in the Patterns Designer Series Paper Stacks.)  A dab of the 2-Way Glue Pen is perfect for adhering the Champagne Glass Glitter.

And the new Northern Frost Decorative Strip Die is a must-have.  The snowflakes are beautiful shapes.  (Look for them in a card in October’s camps!)

Paper:  Garden Green, Designer Series Paper Pack — In Color (Poppy Parade), Whisper White

Other:  Big Shot, Bitty Box die, Tasteful Trim die, 1/16″ Circle punch, 2-3/8″ Scallop Circle punch, 2-Way Glue Pen, Glass Glitter (Champagne), Northern Frost Decorative Strip Die, Regals Designer Button (Garden Green), Basic Pearl, Stampin  Dimensionals

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5 Responses to Four seasons of Bitty Boxes — Winter

  1. So cute! Love the rosette. I guess now I HAVE to get the Bitty Box and the Northern Frost die. 🙂 Can’t wait to see your other boxes.

  2. Tanya Boser says:

    Clever decorating! Don’t you just love the Tasteful Trims die!!

  3. Yapha says:

    Super cute!! Love the button on the snowflake!

  4. Marie says:

    LOVE this – the color combo is perfect!!

  5. Love the glitter on the rosette and the snowflake add-on–great project!

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