Friday, November 15, 2013

Festive Friday Blog Hop

Welcome to another post on the Festive Friday Blog Hop!! If you came from April's blog you are in the right place! This is a circular hop, you can start anywhere and just work your way around (you will find a list of all of the blogs at the bottom of this post). Enjoy!!

I wanted to share what I have been creating this past week. Everyone I know is going to get one of these Holdiday Deco Boxes for Christmas!! If you don't recognize the design on the front...its one of the overlays on the new Artbooking Cricut Cartridge! Just another way you can use this amazing cartridge!!



I used a glass craft box purchased at any craft store. Mine came from AC Moore, they were only $5 and I bought 6!! LOL I cut the vinyl out with my cricut machine and used the overlay on page 76 at 6 1/2" real dial size. Added a string of lights for the inside and some holiday ribbon around the outside to make it the complete package!! 

Items I used:
A glass craft box (bought at local craft store)
Cricut vinyl (I used black but you can use any color)
String of Christmas lights (I used a white strand of 100)
Holiday ribbon (bought at any craft store)

To Purchase the Artbooking Cricut cartridge click on the item above and you will be brought to that specific item on my website. Or visit and browse my site

www.theresamiller.ctmh.com

Thanks for stopping by....now hop on over to Brenda's bog for more holiday inspiration!

7 comments:

Rebecca Brown said...

Great idea to use one of the overlays on the light box. This will be so pretty when the lights are off on Christmas Eve.

Ashley Denny said...

What a great idea! So Festive

Theresa Miller said...

Thanks ladies!! I'm having a lot of fun making these!! I just ordered different colors of vinyl too!! lol

diane tuggle said...

so cool!

Shelly said...

way cute! I love it. My Artbooking cartridge will be on its way soon and I think this is one of the first things I will be making with it.

centralNYscrapper said...

Fantastic idea! I just saw the glass box at one of my local stores. I must give this a try. Thanks for sharing.

Paige Dolecki said...

Great idea! I have one of those glass blocks and some vinyl on hand so I'm going to give this a try!

Paige