Wednesday, May 30, 2012

MCT 3-D Wednesday


It's 3-D Wednesday at My Creative Time, and I've got a fun Father's Day gift to share with you today!


I made the fun tie box from the Cricut Tags, Bags, Boxes and More 2 cartridge.  I cut it at 8".  For tips on how to use the score lines that come with this cartridge on your Gypsy, check out this post.


When I was looking through my papers, I came across this one from Fancy Pants, in the Off to School collection.  I couldn't believe my luck!  The perfect plaid for the shirt had glasses on the back side that work perfectly with My Creative Time's Here's Looking at You stamp and die set!  The shirt box cut comes with a tie, but I much prefer the stitched tie from Emma's Here's Lookin' at You, so I used that instead.  When the collar folded down, it showed the glasses side, so I traced it onto the plaid paper and glued that on top.


The box is just the right size to hold some dark chocolates for my dad.  He doesn't like to get big amounts of chocolates, so this is perfect!


I made my coordinating 3" card with some PTI fine linen cardstock.  I added some strips of the Fancy Pants paper (both sides) and a few stamps from Here's Lookin' at You.  Easy!

Here's a look at the entire Here's Lookin' at You set:

Be sure to stop by My Creative Time to see what Emma and the rest of the design team have created for you today!

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19 comments:

  1. What a fabulous gift box! The card is wonderful! Great post...as usual!
    Carolyn
    http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com
    cccscraproom@gmail.com

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  2. Wow very cool, i love that paper how perfect!!
    Kristan

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  3. I LOVE THIS! too cute...I think I'll be needing that cart.Lee-Ann :)

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  4. Katie ~ OMG! I just LVOE and I mean LOVE this whole project! First that card is too CUTE! But that box ~ a total WOW factor! The shape is soooo PERFECT for Father's Day or a guys Birhtday! Onto that INCREDIBLE paper! How fun is that!!!! LOVE plaid to begin with but to have the other side with glasses ~ AWESOME! I TOTALLY agree with using the Emma's Tie die too! I seriously have fallen in LOVE with this whole project! AMAZING project ~ as always!

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  5. too stinkin' cute! your right it's a perfect match!

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  6. An awesome Tie box and nice card, love it!!!
    Paula

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  7. At first glance I though you stamped all those glasses from one of Miss Emma's stamps! I NEED that paper!! Fabulous job on the gift box and the card. Emma's newest set goes with it perfectly!

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  8. The paper is so cute. I love your project and the stamps match perfectly.

    Linda

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  9. Oh you couldn't have found any cuter paper to use... Your dad will love it ..

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  10. What a great box! So lucky to find the perfect paper for this. Your matching card is wonderful too. Your Dad will love it!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  11. What an awesome gift set! I totally LOVE this! YOU rock! Hugs- Glora

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  12. this is just way too fun and creative...great gift idea...

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  13. GREAT job with both projects Katie!Your gift box is AMAZING,I LOVE the great pattern paper and idea!SUPER job as always!!!:)

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  14. What perfect paper!!! I love it when that happens and I'm not looking for hours for the "right" one!!! Awesome job on this box! Sometimes that cartridge can be sooooo hard to figure out! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

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  15. I love this!! I think I'm gonna have to do something like this for my dad too :) Thanks for the inspiration!

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  16. What a fabulous gift for your dad. It sure is awesome. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. love the gift box!!!!!!!!!

    rosiemini@gmail.com
    www.scraplovingminis.blogspot.com

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  18. Hi Katie,
    Your creations with this cart. Inspired me to buy it! However, I can't get my score lines to line up correctly and I don't have a gypsy. Do you have any suggestions?

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