Thursday, December 30, 2010

End of the year crafting

I feel so lucky!! Yesterday I had the whole day to get some projects done. I have not had the opportunity to do that in quite awhile. All of the projects below will be available very soon on the Visual Designs by Chris website. I am very excited and delighted to say that I am joining the design team.
These projects and many more will be available very soon on the website. Thanks for looking!!
Happy New Year

Friday, December 24, 2010

It's freebie Friday!!

Happy Christmas Eve everyone!! It's Friday, so you know what that means. Today I am giving away a fry box template. So it's freebie Friday fry box and a tounge twister at the same time :-). You can view a sample of how I used the fry box on the post below "Spooky Fry guys".

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

I'm in gift wrap mode

With just a few days until the big one I am wrapping gifts like a mad woman. Does anyone have ideas for wrapping a shovel :-)?? I love getting creative with my gift wrap. I had fun embellishing these mini boxes.

Friday, December 17, 2010

It's freebie Friday time again.

Todys freebie Friday is in honor of the Holidays quickly approaching. More free tags.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Christmas tag Friday Freebie!!

I love vintage style Christmas cards and tags. I created a digital "A gift for you stamp" for you to enjoy, here in the link.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Christmas treat triangles

I was having fun with some triangle boxes. I decided to create Christmas treat triangles for the teachers at school. They were easy and fun to make.
There are plenty of free triangle box template on the internet, so you can make your own. Have fun!!

Monday, December 6, 2010

Apple box

I really love Fall. I created this box at first as an apple for the teacher, I filled it with goodies on the first week of school and sent it with the kiddos.  I also decided is would make a great acorn. I covered the top with Boxer Gingham paper and it's an acorn :-),

Spooky Fry guys - Halloween

These would almost be scary if they weren't so cute. I created these cute little treat boxes out of a fry pattern box from the internet. Load them up with goodies for the kiddos or the grown ups, they are really fun. The Boxer products I used were the Green Houndstooth, orange gingham and purple polka dot papers. I also used boxer brown buttons.