My son's birthday party is today. Thankfully it's not the big production that it was last year, it's just going to be family and a few friends. I decided to make up a few quick pillow boxes for the few friends he has coming - and his little brother of course who refuses to be left out. The pillow box image is from Easter 2010. You can find numerous ones on different Cricut cartridges. I prefer this one because it's easy to fold down in my opinion. I used images from October 31st, Happy Hauntings, and Wrap It Up to cut out a Halloween themed image that I covered with a clear page protector from the inside. And then I framed each of the images using an Elegant Edges frame. The back of the pillow boxes has a band that I cut using Paper Lace 2.
And that's it. Okay, maybe not - there's a little blog candy to go along with this post! I am an avid fan and collector of Spellbinder dies. I have one new set of Spellbinders Snowflake dies up for grabs - just in time for your Christmas or winter themed projects! For those of you unfamiliar with Spellbinders, you can easily use them in most die cutting machines, including Big Shots and Cuttlebugs. Here is a picture of the dies:
Just leave a comment at the end of this post and you are entered to win this random drawing! I will take all comments up until next Saturday at Noon, eastern standard time. Good luck, and thanks for stopping by Paper Craft Weekend Challenge. I can't wait to see your framed project!