December 22, 2015

Club Scrap Holiday Gifts Challenge

Welcome back to the monthly Artist Team Challenge!  We know everyone is busy this holiday season, so Club Scrap kindly gathered up some last-minute gift ideas for you to make!  Most of these will come together in a snap if you are still looking for ideas this week.


Tricia always has a quick and easy gift idea up her sleeve, so she listed a lot of cute projects on the Club Scrap blog.  I'm always in need of boxes to give my gifts in, and I especially loved these long gift boxes - perfect for stocking stuffers!


These five boxes were simple and quick to whip up.  Tricia has all of the details on her post here.  There are so many possibilities with regard to the papers, ribbons, and stamps you can use.  This would be a great stash-busting project as well!


I used papers from Moroccan Spice, Transformations, and Blueprints for my boxes.  The ribbons came from a number of places, including Watercolor Christmas, Moroccan Spice, Navigation, and my stash.

If you are like me, you have, ahem, a few things to finish up before Christmas (T minus 3 days!!!), so definitely check out the Club Scrap blog for all of your last-minute idea needs.

Check out the other talented ladies on the Artist Team to see what gift ideas they are using this year!

Donna  
Lisa  

Happy Holidays everyone!

13 comments:

  1. Darling little boxes! They are all so cute tied up with the bows. Love the stocking stuffer idea.
    Merry Christmas!

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  2. cute boxes! now the question is... "what should I fill it with..." :)

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  3. These turned out great, so festive!!

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  4. Yes, I'm curious what you put in these too. Candy?

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  5. Your boxes are so festive and look quite easy to make. Thanks for the fun idea.
    Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  6. Your little boxes turned out just lovely. They sure do look cute standing in that glass container . . . dare I say they look like holiday decor? Merry Christmas!

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  7. Sweet little boxes, very cool idea!!!

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  8. Nice boxes, I love how you pit them in the jar!

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