Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge #20

Hi there crafty peeps!  I am back today with some inspiration for our awesome new challenge at Craft Hoarders Anonymous.  

Challenge #20 Box it Up!
Your challenge is to create some sort of altered box. You can create a box from scratch, or you can alter a pre-made box. Your box can be made of paper, wood, chipboard, plastic, or metal. As long as you dig into your hoard to decorate a box, you have met the challenge requirements! The box does not have to be used as a can be used as home decor or for any purpose you can imagine. Let's box it up!

Our DT sponsor this challenge is the wonderful Eileen Hull!

Eileen is a Designer member of the Craft and Hobby Association and currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Designer Council. Eileen is from the Washington, D.C. area where she and her husband live in their empty nest. The newest member her family is a vintage camper, which she is driving cross-country, teaching and crafting all the way.
Eileen has designed a signature line of ScoreBoards™ Sizzix dies, which includes the every popular Artist Trading Blocks dies. Her tenth Sizzix collection was released in February. 2014!

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Our prize sponsor for this challenge is the wonderful Heather Hudson!


Heather lives in Michigan with her two teenage sons, hubby, and kitties. She works full time as a RN with Ventilated young adults, and enjoys volunteering with her two son's Boy Scout Troop and Tennis Team. She loves to create digital collage sheets in the Vintage, Victorian, and Shabby Chic Style. She will show you blogging tips, paper crafting tutorials, and how to use her digital collage sheets on her Youtube channel. Heather hosts her own challenge on her blog and designs for Really Reasonable Ribbon, Gecko Galz, and the Creative Cutting Challenge.

I have created a lovely Christmas Artist Trading Block with papers from the Graphic 45 Night Before Christmas collection.  I also used some beautiful ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon and flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts.  You can view a complete list of my products with direct links at the end of my post.

 Now head on over to the other DT members blogs to leave them a little love!

Wendi Robinson


Glenda said...

I cannot find words to tell you how beautiful I think this is! And to top it all off that gorgeous ribbon! Well done girl!

Gloria Stengel said...

This is just stunning. What a perfect, vintage Christmas piece. You did such an amazing job!

creative lady said...

Amber, love your box. I love the paper you used and all the elements you added!

lost coast scrapper said...

Amazing vintage piece, I love it!! xo

Pam said...

Oh, I love this! What a great piece!

Unknown said...

Beautiful. I love the vintage image mixed with the ribbon and flowers.
Fantastic box!