Global Design Project - Pineapple Baker's Box!

As mentioned last week, the kids are still on school holidays and finding time in the craft room has been a struggle for the past few weeks. That being said, I had to find time for the Global Design Project theme this week and create something 3D or Off the Page.




I really wanted to create a little pineapple treat gift box for my good friend Denita. This week she gave me a cute little tea light candle gift with a super cute matching tag.  I needed to keep the pineapple theme going right?! 
I used the Baker's Box Thinlits Die to create this adorable pineapple box - complete with mini pineapple lollies! The paper is from the Carried Away DSP in the Sale-A-Bration brochure and I hand cut the green pineapple crown and used a sponge dauber to give it some life. You could probably use the top of the large Pineapple stamp on page 124 of the Annual Catalogue, however, don't fall over here....I don't own it...shock horror I know! (Tell my husband would you? He's under the assumption I own everything in the catalogue! Hahahaha)

This is what Denita gave me this week. How totally adorable is it? #totes #adorbs is what it is! And it smells amazing too because the candle is pineapple scented! It's just the cutest.

Now head over to the Global Design Project and see what the amazing Design Team have in store for you this week. 

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6 comments:

  1. How FUNKY!! What a great idea Louise!-and a lovely gift x

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  2. Great job Louise, I love your project!!

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  3. BERNATH cigale.nathalie@wanadoo.frTuesday, January 24, 2017

    GOOD IDEA BRAVO

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  4. Great pattern paper for the pineapple box portion! The gold sequins really highlight the box! Superb!

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  5. Love the way you have used the Bow Paper Clip with the twine. Fab project!

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  6. Love the pineapple theme. Great idea!

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