|Graduation Cap Gift Box with Happy Hauntings Cartridge|
It said "Don't I look just like a graduation cap box if you remove the tombstones, creepy hand, tree, etc."
And my crafty self replied, "Why yes, yes you do."
I was afraid if I didn't try the idea out right away I would forget about it. This was sooo easy to do and I can't wait till Spring when I can make lots of them. Never one to miss an opportunity to do something different, I choose vintage Crate and October Afternoon papers to add a little personality to this traditional blah piece of celebratory apparel. The mortarboard top is attached to a flap on the box and lifts up to open. I secured it with a glue dot to keep it closed. This would be fun for a gift card or any small gift.
|Mortarboard Gift Box Top view|
Brad: Imaginisce I-Top Tool
Patterned Paper: Crate Paper, October Afternoon
Trim: The Girls Paperie
Floss: DMC (black)
Adhesive: Beacon Adhesives Zip Dry, Glue Dots
Stickers: Karen Foster
"3DBox" cut from the Happy Hauntings cartridge cut at 11.5 inches from black toile patterned paper.
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