Welcome a new neighbor, or let an existing one know how much you appreciate them, with this adorable Kitchen Mixer Gift set.
The Pastry Stripes paper and cute icons on the Kitchen Essentials papers were the perfect choices to use to cut the accent pieces.
The bowl was created with the blue polka dot Tea Time paper
. I added some white scallop felt trim from my stash along the top edge and then filled it with chocolate candy kisses.
The base of this mixer lifts up, so you could even add more chocolate kisses to the inside, if you’d like!
I added a fun cluster of elements to the top corner of the mixer as a focal point. I just love the way the doily stickers look with the kitchen utensils peeking out here-and-there. I then added die cut flowers created with the Flower #3 and Flower #4 Die Sets
to both the cluster and to the mixing bowl. Buttons tied with twine in the center of each flower add a homespun feel!
I hope you enjoyed this project! Thank you so much for stopping by!
It has been so nice to be able to spend time with my family this week … it’s my favorite thing about Christmas Break! And it is also the topic of my page today.
This is my last page with the Noel Mignon “Oh What Fun” kit and also my last page with the design team. I have LOVED being on Noel’s team and will continue to love and support her kits, but it is time for me to open up some time for new opportunities and new goals. Thank you, Noel, for inspiring me with your gorgeous kits! I have loved the time I have spent designing with them!
Starting Christmas Eve, we get to just BE together. We open presents, laugh at what picked out for each other, take lots of pictures, eat, giggle, make jokes, … and just MAKE MEMORIES.
It is my favorite part of the season. Everything is DONE. And we can just enjoy one another.
I used both of the Noel Mignon December Oh What Fun kits on this page, and had fun clustering lots of little bits together.
I made this tag look like a present by adding a die cut bow (Stampin’ Up Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies) to the top. The other two elements are cut aparts … that look like a stack of letters to Santa.
I couldn’t resist using those two big, beautiful, gorgeously-red, poinsettia blooms together on this page. I used the AWESOME, Must-Have dies by Stampin’ Up to add greenery around the flowers (Stampin’ Up Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies). Just so pretty!
I hope you have been enjoying your week with your family!
See you again very soon!
I love creating unique gift boxes to wow my friends and family. I have several people in my life who sew and couldn’t wait to use the Carta Bella Metropolitan Girl collection
to create this adorable sewing machine gift box.
I cut the body of the sewing machine using the City Flowers Paper
. I love the flowers on this paper! It looks like fancy embroidery … perfect fit for the sewing theme. The bottom and end pieces are cut using the Let’s Shop Paper
All of the girly accents in this collection are so perfect for the women in our lives! I accented the base of the machine with a strip of the Show Lover striped paper
to add more color and then created a fun cluster of elements as a decorative focal point. I love the “Happy Girl” quote by Audrey Hepburn, trimmed from the Affirmations Paper
I can’t wait to add some goodies and a gift card into the box in the base to give to someone special.
Have fun creating!