The Easter season is upon and my friends at Double D Challenge want to help inspire you. There's a new challenge starting today and the theme is "Easter".
My make for this challenge was this sweet, vintage inspired Easter box ornament, using lots of found goodies in my craft room. I didn't use any new supplies to make this, as I've made several of these in the past.
I've used the Passport Book BIGZ die from Sizzix to make the box ornament. Unfortunately this die has been retired for quite some time but it's still one of my favorite dies. I covered the outside of the box with a soft blue scrapbook paper and added some flower rub-ons from Stamperia. The flowers came from Hobby Lobby and the bunny is a die cut from Frantic Stamper. The Easter banner is cut from a retired Graphic 45 paper pad.
Inside the box, you'll find this sweet image that was also cut from the Graphic 45 paper pad, along with a die cut chick from Dies R Us as well as a couple of sparkly Easter eggs from Michael's Craft Store. I lined the inside bottom of the box with craft moss to give all the elements a place to sit.
You can check out the other ornament boxes I've made in the past:
Please stop by the Double D Challenge blog to see how my talented teammates were inspired.
Here's the inspiration board to help you get started:
And here's the prize that you could win when you play along:
Thanks for stopping by!
How sweet and absolutely beautiful! LOVE your dimensional design! Well done my friend!ReplyDelete
What a fantastic design and I adore that vintage vibe! This is beautiful and reminds me of Easters from my youth (you know, a looooong time ago lol) So Precious!ReplyDelete
Just perfect in every way. I love the vintage look and the soft colors that you used. A great keepsake for anyone.ReplyDelete
I love your Easter box ornament and isn't it great to be able to make such a beautiful project using only your stash!ReplyDelete
Oh Birgit...could this box be any sweeter?!! I know I've said it before, but you do vintage like no one else and this Easter ornament box is truly a work of (he)art!! All the sweet elements you've added make this little scene just come alive, and thanks for the links to the past 3 you'd made...I loved revisiting them! Well done my friend, WELL DONE!! Hugs. :0)ReplyDelete
OMGoodness, how adorable! Love the dimensional look of your card, and the vintage look to it.ReplyDelete
How pretty and sweet this is, Birgit, and you put it together with such creativity! I have lots of retired things I still love to use. Something like this does not lose its appeal. I'm going to go check out your other ornaments now. I know I'll love them, too!ReplyDelete
Your box is just gorgeous, love the pastels, sweet images and lovely flowers, love how you placed the eggs and chick inside with the bunny on the outside, you have brought all these different things together perfectly!ReplyDelete
I like all of the Easter prettiness you've added to this little masterpiece! You have the best vintage supplies!ReplyDelete
Another Vintage original by Birgit! Always a pleasure to witness your creations, my friend! That little man's bouquet of lilacs has me remembering it's about time I got out that stamp set again! Thanks for sharing, my friend!ReplyDelete
Well how adorable. Fabulous that you made a box ornament, and it looks like it was so much fun to do. I love the shabby chic, vintage-y look, so beautiful.ReplyDelete
Beautiful vintage design, Birgit! I love this box and how you've added the rub ons to embellish it. The chick and eggs go well with the background image. Great Easter shadow box decor. So lovely, my friend!ReplyDelete
Oh Birgit I absolutely LOVE this!! I looked at all the others you made too and then remembered them when I saw them again and loved them ALL!! What a great die to have and keep, they need to re-release it as I am sure it would be a big hit once again. A fabulous way to use those G45 papers too!ReplyDelete