Hello and welcome to my stop on the All Aboard Christmas Kit Blog Hop! You should have gotten here by way of Andrea’s blog, but if you didn’t, you can find the hop list at the end of this post.
My project today is this cute box card! My mother-in-law sent us a holiday card last year that was built something like this, and it was so cool. It folds flat to fit in an envelope, and you can write your message on the back “wall” of the card.
Making the scene is pretty straightforward, and there were plenty of pieces in the All Aboard Christmas Kit to make a lovely layout. I chose the deer and trees, a tiny house, repurposed some gold sprigs into bushes, and added a chipboard sticker for the sentiment.
You can add gems or glitter to this card to give it a little more sparkle, but I really liked just the pops of gold foil on the die-cut pieces. It’s such a clean look, don’t you think?
Everything is in the box, but you will need one or two extra sheets of white cardstock, depending on how you cut. I’ll post the how-to for this kind of card later today because that’s a WHOLE other post, haha!
Thank you so much for popping in today to check out my project for the All Aboard Christmas Kit Blog Hop!
Once you’re done soaking up inspiration from all the beautiful projects, head on back to the Spellbinders Blog and leave a comment to win a $25 gift certificate. There are three up for grabs, and the giveaway closes on Sunday, October 3rd. Find out if you are a winner in that same post on October 6th.
Your next stop is the lovely and talented Lisa Mensing. Happy hopping!