Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Club Scrap Blog Hop: Reunion

Welcome to the last Club Scrap Blog Hop
of 2014. I hope you came over here from
with another of her wonderful ideas.

If you get lost anyware along the road, you can alsways 
go to the main list on the Club Scrap Blog.

So here is my entry. This time I was unlucky
with my Club Scrap pizza box to arrive.
Due to the busy time at the post office my box
is still not here, so for my entry I worked with

the digital kit this time. No delivery problems there!!
I made a hybrid project.
As I am a total nitwit with digital stuf,
I just used the images as jpg and printed some papers
and this is the result:
Yes,i want to wish you all a very happy,healthy,
creative and wonderful New Year.May all seasons
bring you all that you wish for yourself in pizzaboxes!

To make these boxes I printed 3 light brown papers
and 3 of the colored papers and also the numbers
of the year ahead of us.
I used these framelits from Stampin'Up! called
Curvey Keepsake box to cut the papers
and the labels.

The I printed this image 4 times on special
shrink plastic for the printer
With pencil I colored ech picture acording to
one of the 4 seasons before shrinking it
with the heat tool.
You are probably wondering about the size:
the print is 3,5"x 2,5" and when it is
shrunk the seize is 1,5"x 1,25".

Here you see them all finished.

On the back i made two of them intoa brooche
and the other two are with magnetic tape.
All of the seasons go into a box.

The labels are stamped with the word happy
with alphabet letters from 2007 Be Still.
The number 2015 I printed on white paper
and used ruby red ink aound the cut out circle
and added the scalloped circle behind it. Blue paper
alsoprinted from the digitalkit.

These boxes are a cute present and also wonderful
for decoration on new years eve.

More inspiration with this kit
you find on the blog of the amazing




16 comments:

Annette said...

Hetty you have outdone yourself with this project. Those pins are awesome and I love the little boxes too. Happy new year to you and Raymond and the family.

Wendy Bellino said...

Hetty, you may be a nitwit with digi, but you are a paper genius! LOVE this! The little pins are the icing on the cake!

Julie said...

Happy New Year! These little boxes are so fun! Your artwork turned out great, so colorful!

Tricia Morris said...

What a fun an innovative project, Hetty! Adorable. Happy New Year to you!

Debra Charlesworth said...

I love how you made this decorative and gifty! So cool. I also like the idea of the four seasons - that would be a great way to use the stencil, too.

Shona said...

WOW! for a nimwit you sure did outdo yourself as usual. Wonderful wonderful prject. Happy New Year.

Karen Wyngaard said...

Hetty, thanks for showing us that you don't have to be "digi-savvy" to make incredible use of the digital collections. I adore your four seasons of brooches and the manner in which you wrapped them. The whole thing is wonderful! Happy New Year, my friend.

Debby H said...

This is such a wonderful little gift box. The pins are so beautiful. Happy New Year.

Kay Williamson said...

How adorable these are, so clever of you! The shrink plastic and how you colored it looks great, right along with the gift packaging, so sweet! Wishing you and Raymond a Happy New Year too!

MyAuntKat said...

These are so cute Hetty. I am sure little Owen will love one of these! Happy New Year!

crzymom said...

Darling little boxes! I love that you showed us how to use the digi kit without making layouts.

CathyJGray said...

Hetty, I hope your New Year is wonderful for you and your family and especially the new twins when they arrive too. Great idea and I hope your pizza box arrives soon.

Donna Nuce said...

Wow Hetty! I love your 4 seasons idea with that image! Such a great idea for a wall piece. I must try it! You did fabulous with just the digital kit! Happy New Year to you!

Lisa Kay--Paper Artist said...

Beautiful, Hetty! I know you are anxious to get your paper kit, but what you did with the digi kit is fabulous!!

Carolyn said...

Gorgeous hybrid project!! Hope your box arrives soon!

rettaescape said...

Awwww Hetty, sorry your pizza box didn't arrive on time! Great hybrid project!