It’s been a busy day today.  I started working on my creation and it just wasn’t working by the time I had to head off to help with a fundraiser.  From there, I went to meet my friend Anne and cook for our congregation.  Then, I headed back home and figured out how to make things right.  After my daughter called to say she had missed the bus, I realized I had enough time before everyone got home to shoot a video.  As dinner was cooking I did my editing and then set it to upload as I headed out the door to chaperone tonight’s football game.  Was it ever a good one!  — the game and my day.

I’m home again and ready to show you what I’ve made and share a little “how to” tip before heading off to bed.

I’m in love with the Curvy Keepsake Box.  It can be sooo many things.

Rudolph Curvey Keepsake Box from theartfulinker.com

I tried my hand at Rudolph.  The box is cut from Soft Suede.  For the face, I added 1/2″ circle eyes in Basic Black and a Red Glimmer Paper nose (of course).  The antlers were the tricky part.  I finally settled on stamping images from Flower Patch and cutting them with the Flower Fair framelits.  He’s a happy addition to my Curvy Keepsake Box line up.

Now, I’ve discovered a couple of things as I’ve used the Curvy Keepsake Box framelit and thought I would share with you in a quick video.

 

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