Monday, November 17, 2014

Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge # 20 - Box It Up

Welcome to Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge #20 - Box It Up!  This challenge is to create some sort of altered box.  You can create a box from scratch, or you can alter a pre-made box.  Your box can be made of paper, wood, chipboard, plastic or metal.  As long as you dig into your hoard to decorate a box, you have met the challenge requirements!  The box does not have to be used as a box...it can be used as home decor or for any purpose you can image.  Let's box it up!


Eileen Hull is the design team sponsor for this challenge and I used one of her boxes and decorated it for Christmas.  I will put a glittered ornament inside as a gift for one of my neighbors.  I think it turned out so elegant looking and I'm very pleased with it.  I thank Eileen for giving us boxes to play with.  They are a great quality product and very easy to work with!



Eileen is a Designer member of the Craft and Hobby Association and currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Designer Council.  Eileen is from the Washington D.C. area where she and her husband live in their empty nest.  The newest member of her family is a vintage camper, which she is driving cross-country, teaching and crafting all the way.

Eileen has designed a signature line of ScoreBoards  (Sizzix) dies, which includes the ever popular Artist Trading Blocks dies.  Her tenth Sizzix collection was released in February, 2014!

Blog: http://www.eileenhull.com/
Product Collections: http://www.eileenhull.com/store
Papertrail Tour: http://www.eileenhull.com/events 

The lucky winner of this challenge will win a $25 choice of Vintage, Victorian and Shabby Chic inspired Digital Collage Sheets!  How cool is that! So get busy and do a box to share with us.  We can't wait to see what you come up with!  






Bio:
Heather lives in Michigan with her two teenage sons, hubby, and kitties. She works full time as a RN with Ventilated young adults, and enjoys volunteering with her two son's Boy Scout Troop and Tennis Team.  She loves to create digital collage sheets in the Vintage, Victorian, and Shabby Chic Style.  She will show you blogging tips, paper crafting tutorials, and how to use her digital collage sheets on her Youtube channel.  Heather hosts her own challenge on her blog and designs for Really Reasonable Ribbon, Gecko Galz, and the Creative Cutting Challenge.  


Design Team

Supply List:
Eileen Hull Artist Trading Block
Crafty Secrets Vintage Christmas CD
Seam Binding
Stampin-Up Mint Melody Ink (retired)
White Cardstock
Pink Polka Dot Paper
Pine Bough Punch
Gold Shimmer Spray
Spellbinders Layered 
Poinsettia Die
Flower Stamen
Green Alcohol Marker
Anna Griffin Embossing Folder (Foundry)

18 comments:

Gloria Stengel said...

I love your soft, pretty colors! So unexpected and lovely. And that flower....amazing!

Sylvia said...

Beautiful box, Glenda, it is a gift in itself, love all the embossing makes it so pretty! Have a wonderful Monday! Sunny here and cold!!!

wendipooh13 said...

I am totally LOVIN those pink flowers!!!! great color combo, super cute!!!

Maarit at Violets Corner said...

Such a fabulous box!

Warm hugs
Maarit

Lee Ann Barrett said...

Just beautiful, Glenda! Love the soft and feminine look.

Eileen Hull said...

Love the non-traditional holiday colors! So soft... very pretty Glenda. Thanks!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, this is right up your alley! You've always made the most beautiful boxes and this one is truly gorgeous. Love the embossed panels and those pretty pink polka dot poinsettias. What a treasure for your neighbor!

Donna Idlet said...

Debbie, love your vintage box. I love the soft colors and your beautiful poinsettia's.

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

OMG this is so beautiful! Love the non-traditional holiday colors and the vintage image on the front is perfect! You ladies over at Craft Hoarders out did yourselves on these beautiful box samples! Now to find the time to cash in on the wonderful inspiration you have shared today! WELL DONE my friend!!!

lost coast scrapper said...

So pretty, I loved the soft colors!! xo

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Glenda,

Wow - what a gorgeous box! I love the use of the polka dot paper to make the flowers. You definitely have a knack for creating amazing things.

I know what you mean about getting wood, cleaning the fireplace, etc. I'm hoping to find someone that will sell me 1/3 cord this weekend!

Thanks for stopping by.

Hugs,
Kay

Olga said...

Love this!!!!

Pam said...

This is lovely. Such gorgeous flowers.

Donna said...

What a gorgeous box! Love the colors. It would make a lovely gift!

Marisa Job said...

Lovely gift box!! Great colors and design!! Hugs!

Dianne said...

Hello Miss Glenda, oh I have been waiting for you to create a box, it is elegant and gorgeous, your neighbor will treasure the box as well as your ornament. Thanks for sharing.

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

This is such a beautiful box! I love, love, love the colors and image you chose...but those pink poinsettias take the prize. Your clever fingers have done it again!

Christy Butters said...

Love your colors and the elegant look of your box. Sweet use of the vintage image and I LOVE the pink poinsettias.

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