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Pinque Peacock Blog Hop



Today I am participating in another fun hop with Pinque Peacock!
I sure do hope you are here to join in the fun!  If not, click on Pinque Peacock above to start and the beginning!

I made this fun gift box that features an easel card on top!  Isn't that cool!

AND...

I created a little box to put it in to make it a gift.


AND...

Then you wrap it and give it to someone who will be VERY excited.



If it weren't for Pinque Peacock, this gift would not have been as delightful, don't you think?

OK...so, now it's time for you to make you way onto our next wonderful designer...


(now off you go!)


Comments

Julie Odil said…
Very pretty, Bek. Those buttons are my PP favorites. I love the texture of them!
Unknown said…
What a fabulous idea Rebecca! I love the easel card on top and what a great way to present this with the bow and burlap button. Super idea!
Laura said…
Rebecca. whom ever gets this will be VERY exicted.. it is beautiful and with one of my FAVOURITE buttons on the top...
Laura D.
Rebecca this is fabulous!!! What a great personal gift!!
Love Love Love this idea. Little boxes like this are so fun to make and embellish with Pinque Peacock products.
Anonymous said…
WOW! What a creative and wonderful project I love the color combination, such a fun little box!
SusieScrapper said…
Fantastic boxes and I would totally be excited if I received this as a gift!
Tiggerscraps said…
So fabulous! I really love the colors you used and such a perfect thank you
Berina RGA said…
very beautiful box... love the papers u have used..
-Berina
Moxie Craftie
Sugarlips said…
This is so cool. I love how it's a card and a box and it looks great all wrapped up!
An'Jenic G. said…
Rebecca this is beautiful. I love the papers and embellishment. AJ
Janet said…
Love the gift box Great colors and embellishments.
Unknown said…

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Miranda said…
What an adorable box and card!!!! Love the idea!
cghundley said…
What a fun and
pretty gift!
Great use of
all the elements
to create this.
Carla from Utah
Unknown said…
Oh rebecca.... these are AWESOME!!! Someone is gonna be very lucky to get these! :)
Laura said…
I love this box.. what a great idea.. I am going to have to make me one of these...
Laura

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