One sheet of awesome designer series paper can really do so much. These bakers boxes are made showing similar embellishments, cut from the same die cue, but just different sides of the paper. That is one thing I really do like about Stampin’ Up! designer paper. They are two sided, so even if you might not favor one pattern, odds are you will like the other side. I have not been disappointed over the years, so let’s keep that one going!
The bakers box thinlits die is so fun. It also comes with a lot of other dies to add some fun, but I opted to not use them this time around. I stuck with a floral theme throughout. It has been a while since I pulled out my lovely little petite petals punch, such pretty little flowers. I like to give them a little texture by ‘coloring’ on them with a large rounded stylus on both sides. Love that technique so much.
This one got two little pansy punch windows put in to show the treats inside. I added small pieces of window sheet to keep the treats inside, but decided to add a flower to the middle as well. Cascading flowers down a gift box really make me smile. I guess that is why I have been doing them for so many years. Flowers never go out of style.
Have a creative day!