Mar 31, 2012

Little Darlings Keepsake Box







This project was created for Jinger Adams Design Team Call.   

I love this project because when I see the precious trinkets on display from when my children were little, I reminisce a very special time in my life.  I started by purchasing a paperboard box (trunk) from my local craft store.  I then covered it in scrapbook paper (same as wall paper). I have listed the supplies used below.  

Featured Scrapbook Paper for this project is Graphic 45's Little Darlings Collection.

Oustide the Box: 
  • Top half of box - Lullabye  / Picture on the top - Bundle of Joy
  • Bottom half of box - Bundel of Joy Stripes
  • Small pictures and Postage Stamp Pictures - New Arrival and Bundle of Joy
  • Flowers  - Tim Holtz Alterations Die Tattered Flower Garland and Bazzill Basics  Blind Date Blue and String of Pearls - chalked with Tim Holtz Distress Ink Tea Dye
  • Pearls - Crystazzi Round Pearl Ecru  4mm
  • Ribbon - Celebrate It 7/8" Ecru Ribbon
  • Tag - Little Darlings Tags 1 Chipboard Set
Inside the Box:
  • Bottom half of box - Rock-A-Bye
  • Trim that says "Little Darlings" - Baby Borders
  • Inside Cover - Little Darlings / Border - Baby Borders
  • Paint for inside edges of box = Martha Stewart Crafts Blue Sky Satin Acrylic Craft Paint
Picture Frame: (6 1/2 X 8)
  • Blue Matte = Bazzill Basics Blind Date Blue
  • Baby with horn and Little Darlings Banner - 8x8 paper pad Little Darlings
  • Tag with Little Girl and Doll = Little Darlings Tags 2 chipboard
  • Pearls - same as above
  • Border at bottom of picture - 8x8 paper pad Baby Borders paper
  • Polka Dot Matte - Rock-A-Bye
  • Flowers - Tim Holtz Die same as above
Baby Blanket:
This was my first attempt a crochetting. It was fun to try a new craft.
  • Crochet Pattern Zig Zag Filet from the book Snuggle-Up Baby Afghans by Carole Rutter Tippett
  • Yarn - Sidar Silky Look Double Knitt White
Thanks for looking!!

4 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, how sweet!! I love it.

    Linda
    www.lindascreativity.blogspot.com

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  2. Your project is precious… *Ü*
    Wishing you a beautifully blessed weekend,
    **Lots of BIG Hugs**
    Deborah

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  3. Very pretty! You are very creative!

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