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Friday, 26 November 2010

More little origami boxes.

I'm determined to use up as much Christmas design paper as i can this year so i can have new stuff next year. This pad is the only one i bought this year and it's Papermania Home for Christmas.
The papers are 8"x8" and the little boxes are a bit smaller than 3" square, just the right size for my handmade bracelets with a bit of tissue paper inside.Scroll down to sundays post for a link to instructions. The little toppers are by Crafty Bits and are usually found on those twirly stands. It was nice and light yesterday so i got quite a bit of colouring done including replacement gingerbread man tags with the right spelling,lol. Mothers chocolate mountain is almost dealt with so i'll be able to start on mine next week.   
That's all from me for now as i'm off to work.   Di.xx

Target weight 9st 2lb todays weight 9st 0lb.


  1. They are really sweet boxes and i have those papers, they are fab :o)
    hugs and xxx

  2. these are gorgeous di.love the papers and rich colours and cute toppers :D

    xx coops xx

  3. What a good way to use up your Christmas papers. Lovely little boxes, bright & cheerful.

  4. Hi Diane.They are really gorgeous i love the papers n embellies.Thanks for sharing.Must take pics of mine and put them on me blog lol.Happy Weekend.x

  5. Super cute Di.

    Very bright and traditional.

    Hope you aren't suffering too much with the snow.

    Love Jules xx

  6. I'm loving your parcels and gift bags. Fabulous! Warmest wishes, Lesley


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