Friday, November 27, 2009

Blog PaRtY: Challenge 4

Hi everyone! How's your day so far? Ready for another challenge??? This one comes from Susan Liles and Jen del Muro...

Who’s gobbled up enough turkey to last them until next year? I know at the Liles’ house, we are “stuffed” to the waddle! So rather than dwelling on having to eat those leftovers AGAIN, Jen del Muro and I thought it would be fun to engage ya’ll in a little MINI PIZZA BOX challenge to get our minds off that turkey! As a matter of fact, just go ahead and call up Papa John’s while you make your little box!

The MINI PIZZA BOX is a lot of fun to put together and there are so many ways to embellish it! It’s the perfect size to hand to someone for a little “thank you” gift. Filled with peppermints, chocolate, gift cards or a wrapped up large cookie inside it makes for an inexpensive way to let someone know you are “thanking” of them. It’s also SUPER EASY to make and they come together really quick. The finished size is 4x4x1 inches.

{HERE} is link to a very short and simple tutorial on Splitcoast written by our very own Jen del Muro. You'll be hooked in no time!

And here's some sneaky peeky inspiration from Jen and Susan to get the juices flowing...


Designed by Jen del Muro
Jen's sample uses stamps from the new Thankful Accents set.



Designed by Susan Liles
Susan's sample uses stamps from the new Thankful Hearts set



To play along, just make a new handmade creation using the pizza box template. Post a picture of your creation online and link us to it using the Mr. Linky widget below. Enter by 10pm Mountain on Monday, 11/30 for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to Verve!

Here are the rules, they're pretty easy:
  • Each entry must be unique and new
  • Please do not combine any of today's 5 blog party challenges
  • You may combine with any other types of challenges (SCS, blogs, etc)
  • Verve stamps are NOT required
  • If possible, please link back to this post when you upload your creation
  • Have fun!


14 comments:

  1. Cute, cute, cute! Can't wait to give this a try. Your samples are fabulous. Fun day, and I'm actually getting stuff done ... how neat is that?

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  2. LOL Julee- I just said to my family- ok, who wants a hot DELIVERED pizza? I am going off to start working on my projects now that I did some work and took a little 30min nap.

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  3. These are both SO wonderful! The box is a gift on its own! I have been wanting to make one of these for awhile...

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  4. Cute stamps with just the right sentiment for so many cards! Great job.

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  5. I've been wanting to make these boxes for awhile. Beautiful paper and colors!

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  6. How fun. I liked these little boxes the first time I saw them on SCS and now is the perfect time to be able to make one :D Great samples ladies :D

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  7. Susan - you are hilarious (what's a waddle?)and no Papa Johns up here..but we do make pizza boxes LOL

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  8. Geez, Julee, could these be MORE adorable??? I think not! ;)

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  9. Oh so cute! I am learning how to make different projects and I love it. Those pizza boxes are way too cute. Thanks ladies.

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  10. This was a really fun project! I don't often step out of my card comfort zone, but this was very easy!! Thank You! :-)Traci

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  11. Here is my project, Mr. Linky is hiding :>)
    http://lastminutecrafter.blogspot.com/2009/11/2-more-challenges-done.html

    This is really a great little box and it was so easy to make! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. my project also,
    http://lovebutterflies2.blogspot.com/2009/11/verve-november-release-thankful-hearts_1143.html


    thanks, Carol<><

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  13. Here is my last link (3 of 5 - not too bad). Great fun at the release, super new sets and thanks for the great sale prices!

    http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1554996?&cat=500&ppuser=182962

    Marianne

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  14. Thank you so much for this challenge! I've looked at this tutorial, but hadn't gotten around to trying it. So happy I did. I think this is now one of my favorite boxes!

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