Friday, October 21, 2011

12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop Day 5~~Acetate Boxes

Speedy the Cat at Mark's Finest Papers likes to get a head start on special Christmas gifts and memories for friends and family. He gathered the design team at Mark's Finest Papers to bring you 12 days of exciting paper crafting gift ideas to get that holiday mojo flowing. The hop runs for 12 consecutive days, Oct 17-28!  Begin your holiday hop at Speedy's home base, the Mark's Finest Papers blog and relax with a cup of eggnog (or sprig of catnip, your choice) as Speedy leads you though a short, daily hop. You'll find your holiday paper crafting ideas and supplies at Mark's Finest Papers.


Welcome to the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop! We have four samples each day for our hop! Please visit each of the following blogs for holiday inspiration! Start off tomorrow on the MFP Blog for more inspiration!

These little acetate boxes are so addictive to make!!!  You can put small gifts in them, candy, or anything else that is small.  I made a tutorial to show you how to make them.  You can access the tutorial from here, or from Speedy the Cat TV





Hop on to the next blog here:

Lois
Joanne
Patty--you're here
MariLynn

I hope you're enjoying our 12 Days of Christmas blog hop!  Don't forget to come back tomorrow and start at Mark's Finest Papers Blog

Happy Stamping!
Patty & Winnie

12 comments:

Vicky Gould said...

Just as cute as can be. Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

Karen McAlpine said...

Very fun. Great video. Thanks for the tip on using the red tape for the acetate.

Pat Garvin said...

These are cute. I will have to watch the video.

Lois said...

Cute boxes, Patty. And good job on the video!

Designing with Debbie said...

Super cute Patty. Thanks for the videos on how to make them.

Lynn McAuley said...

Thanks for the wonderful tutorial, Patty! What a fun and festive way to share holiday treats with friends and family!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tutorials this is great.Liz Williams

Payne Holler Cards said...

you have knocked these out of the ball park! they are just too adorable (-:

redwasher1 said...

Patty, they are all so adorable!! Great job!!!

Selma said...

These are such a pretty way to give little gifts. Your tutorial is fantastic and I want to give it a try.

Hannah said...

These are very sweet. I wonder if they'd be light enough to go on the Christmas tree? Would be perfect to hold candy and chocolate!

sandeep sharma said...

Good post, let a person big open horizon. I look forward to more updates and will be returning.Cheers!
Regards:- Sandeep Sharma
Tim Holtz

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