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Poinsettia Gift Box - Laughing Cow Cheese

A Giveaway and 3 Gift Box Ideas from Laughing Cow Cheese Containers

Poinsettia Gift Box - Laughing Cow Cheese

Poinsettia Gift Box - Laughing Cow Cheese

Need a gift box for a gift card, jewelry or something else that is small yet very important?  Try decorating a Laughing Cow Cheese container and decorating it.

Below are 3 different ideas on how to use them.  I am sure you can come up with some great ones.  The first two boxes are painted with Jacquard Lumiere Paint and the 3rd one is covered with ink.

To help you out with your creativity, our give away is Clearsnap ink, Clearsnap Glitter,  and Design Adhesives.  You can enter the contest on this post.  “Liking” the 365 days of crafts Facebook page would be great too.  There will be an additional prize package when we get to 1,000 fans.

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New Duetica Woodwynds Font and Spellbinders dies on a Laughing Cow Cheese container

This gift boxes uses dies from Spellbinders and the new DT Woodwynd Font from Duetica

 

Dt Woodwynds Font from Duetica

Dt Woodwynds Font from Duetica

 

This box also uses the same font and sentiment.  I loved it so much that I have used it about a half a dozen times so far.

 

 

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Christmas Gift Wrapping Station using Kaiser Craft

Christmas Wrapping Station using Kaiser Craft

Christmas Wrapping Station using Kaiser Craft

My holiday preparations are not like most people. Crazy, yes, I know I hear it all the time.  I plan way out in advance.  I try to be finished by the end of October and wrapped by the end of November. My gifts are wrapped according to family.  Each family gets a different color and theme. One way I keep organized is to use a wrapping station. This one is from Kaiser Craft as are the papers. The embellishments are from Prima and the ink and Spritz are from Clearsnap. Coat the edges of the box in dark brown ink. Trim paper to fit as shown and adhere. Poke scissors through the openings and sand the edges of the openings to make them smooth. Add embellishments then Spritz with Vanilla Shimmer.