Fun Fun Fun!
A package from Eileen Hull came in the mail.
The finished size of this little box measures about 4 and a quarter inches square.
Hmmmm...What to do.....
Think of all the things you can make with a little pizza box!
First thing that came to my mind was a gift card holder....
birthdays, weddings, Christmas presents...
How about costume jewelry for your favorite teenage girl?
It comes with a divider...so how about four special handmade chocolates?
I toyed with the different ideas for awhile and decided it would be my box of truths.
Everyone needs a reminder once in awhile.
The smallest stencil from the August 2014 StencilClub stencils was perfect for the base.
I spread gesso through the stencil right on top of the chipboard.
It gave it dimension and a different surface for the pigment to grab onto.
I used blue sprays and markers blended into them till I was pleased with my result.
Greens and blues of course...my favorite go to colors.
I used one of the Framelit shapes and an oval that came with the die-cuts for my title label.
It looks like delicious leather.
I traced one of the smaller shapes from the Marrakech Mix Stencil
onto the inside bottom to frame a special message.
I dug around my ephemera drawer
for special messages that I have collected over the last few years.
Some are paper clay, some are salt dough, some are sculpey,
and some are just painted rocks.
(The sculpey pieces are leftovers from an upcoming hop...stay tuned)
Eileen also sent us some of her stamp designs.
This set is called Doors.
I used that interesting stripe for the sides of my box.
I love my little Pizza Box.
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Thanks for stopping by!