Wednesday, November 19, 2014

French Fry Box Cowgirl Style

Hey everybody! Today I am sharing with you some party favors I made a couple weeks ago for my youngest daughters Cowgirl Party. This girl is obsessed with horses, so we had her party at a local farm. She loved it! 


Ok, so I wanted quick and easy. (Yea right, I don't really know what hat means! LOL!) So, I quickly cut out some Strawberry Slush Fry Boxes on my Big Shot. I stamped them with the Hardwood stamp in Strawberry Slush ink. I also used the Yee Haw stamp set and my Star Framelits. All stacked up with some retired twine and buttons and held in place with hot glue! 


 For the inside, I made White Chocolate horse heads. Seriously, looks fancy, it's not! I ordered the mold on Amazon for a couple of dollars and added in melted White Chocolate. It's fool proof! I put those in Stampin' Up Gusseted Bags and tied them with some retired ribbon.

I added in a few plait horses and a sherif badge and called it DONE! Pretty easy, right? I love that fry box die!!


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Gift Box Punch Board Class
Gift Box Punch Bord Class
$45
Class fee includes Gift Box Punch Board, 1 pack of Under the Tree Designer Series Paper and a PDF with instructions for 5 different gift boxes. A goody bag of embellishments is included, but stamped images are not. you will need to provide your own stamps and ink. 
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1 comment:

  1. What a positively ADORABLE project and photo of your daughter; so delightful (love them both)!!!! I have to say, I loved reading your description of how it all came together, even where you wrote, 'all stacked up....' because you make it seem effortless and easy. Just 'stack 'em up' and LOOK at the awesome project that it became! I love it all, thanks so much for sharing!!! Donna (SC)

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