Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Sewing Lunch Box




I found this cute little lunch box at Michaels in the Easter section. I'm always looking for fun ways to package gifts, so I thought this would be perfect for my sister's birthday present. One of Laura's many talents is sewing. She has a new sewing room in her house and I thought that this would look nice in that room. Using the Nifty Fifties Cartridge and my Cricut, I cut the little sewing machine out. Then, I embellished the the box with a Martha Stewart tag, some buttons, ribbon, and paper punched flowers. The inside of the lunch box was filled with some birthday surprises.

Supplies:
Paper: Recollections, K & Company
Misc: Cricut, nifty fifities cartridge, half pearls, pop up dots, doily tag, sewing buttons, paper punches, dmc floss, lunch box

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2 comments:

  1. Very Nice.. ACMoore had these a few months back for $.99 i got a few, always looking for ideas what to do with them..

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  2. What a cute idea! I have that Cricut cartridge and have yet to use it but that machine is calling my name!! Thank you for the inspiration.

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