Hello Everyone ? I hope you all having a wonderful weekend ?
Today it is me, Silje Kristin that are reay with some Christmas inspiration, made with some lovely Maja Papers ?
It has bean many Christmas gifts lately and this is no exception. I have this Sunday decorated a box of chocolate hearts, which you can buy in the Norwegian food stores. Maby you have a box with some sweets in your country that you can turn in to a beautiful Christmas Gift like I did 🙂
I like many others have is in love with the new collection to Maja Design – I Wish. I’ve spent more of the gorgeous sheets that can be found in the collection. The sheets I used on this project is: I Wish Christmas was Today, I Wish Santa will Remeber Me, I Wish we will deck the Halls and I Wish to play in the Snow.
I’ve made a box where I can get the box with chocolate hearts inside. The box fits the dimensions of the box with the chocolate hearts.
On the top of the box I’ve chosen to decorate with details that remind us of Christmas. Cinnamon stick, red berries, stars of wood, pinecone, big red button with ribbon and a red flower.
The image on the chocolate box is taken from the sheet called I Wish – ephemera. This is a sheet with some lovely Christmas designs. I have used the Santa Claus, with the text: With kindly Greeting let me say, I think of you this Christmas Day. Christmas Cheer.
Seems this text fits perfectly to the lucky one that get this Christmas gift ?
Around the box, I have red wax tread which is attached with a ribbon and button in the front. Taking this away, you can peek to see what’s inside ?
The Stamp I have chosen to use seys Merry Christmas only on Norwegian, the stamp is from kaBoks. I’ve used black embossing powder from Ranger.
A easy, but lovely Christmas gift from me today ?
Such a lovely gift here Silje. Who wouldn´t just love to recieve such a wonderful gift from a dear friend? The box is absolut gorgeous and really beautiful in every little detail. I just LOVE, how this ended up and these papers are so perfect for it and looks fabulous and just how a christmasgift should look here in Scandinavia.