Monday, September 29, 2014

Walnut Hollow & Quietfire Design - Shabby Chic Card Box

  Welcome to the Walnut Hollow & Quietfire 2014 Blog Hop!  We’re pleased you’re 
joining us and know you’ll find lots of creative inspiration for combining 
Quietfire stamps on the beautiful Walnut Hollow wood products. 

It's Teresa here and today I am sharing a beautiful wooden card box from
Walnut Hollow that i filled with lots of pretty ATC cards that are
stamped with my favorite Quietfire Design stamps to give for a gift.
You can see the cardbox style here and it's perfect to use for lots of other fun
things too.  You could even decorate it just to put your favorite playing cards
in that you use for fun family and friend events or a neat jewelry box!


I am a shabby chic kind of girl so i decided to create a card box to fill with lots of ATC cards.
  First i sanded the box and then cut out pieces of chipboard with the Spellbinders dies you see
 on the top and on the front.  I glued them on and then painted thin layers of white paint over
the top and let it all dry really good.  (I also painted the inside of the box white to match).


Meanwhile i cut/embossed lots of flowers and greenery from Spellbinders
and created a pretty flower spray to decorate the top with.  The pretty
jewels are from Jolee's boutique but you can use anything to pretty it up
that you may have in your stash like lots of extra ribbons and pearls.


And then to fill my box-- i made 12 of these little cards to match.  I cut
out white paper and folded it and then used an ATC die to make the pink
and white layers on the top.  The beautiful stamps are from the
Always be my Friend set and the Twirl and Enjoy set.


This was such a fun project to do and i love how all the stamps
fit so perfectly on the little cards.  Below is a supply list just in
case you would like to make this project.

Supplies: Quietfire Design: Twirl & Enjoy/ Always be my friend
Walnut Hollow: Wooden Cardbox 
Spellbinders Dies: Luscious Labels One
and Medallion Seven, Flourish Trim, Blooms one, Blooms Four
and Artist trading cards.  I used pink and white papers, adhesive,
scissors and lots of 3D Foam dots and glue dots to put it together.


To be eligible for our grand prize, your work is simple:  Please leave a comment 
on each of our blog posts, nine here on the Quietfire Creations blog and five 
on the Walnut Hollow blog hop posts here: http://walnuthollowcrafts.wordpress.com/   
So that will be 14 comments in total on two different blogs from September 29, 2014 to October 3, 2014!  The winner must be a resident of North America. 


We will draw the prize on Monday October 6th, 2014 and the winner will be announced shortly after in a separate blog post. We look forward to seeing your comments!  
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61 comments:

  1. From plain to elegant! Beautiful creation and the idea for cards inside makes it perfect for gift giving. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Stunning! And the cards inside make it a priceless gift for a dear friend!

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  3. What beautiful cards. I so love pink. Just adore the card box. What a beautiful gift this would make.

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  4. Gorgeous! Every detail is perfection.

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  5. Beautiful box! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Your box is gorgeous!! I love all of the beautiful layering that you did and those flowers are swoon worthy! This would make a wonderful gift for the hard to buy for person. Who doesn't need notecards and having such a beautiful way to store them is sure to please! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  7. Beautiful shabby chic look. Love those little cards inside. Have a great day

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  8. What a wonderful crafty idea and would be a super gift for someone! Thanks for sharing this lovely shabby chic!

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  9. What a lovely box! Loving
    the all white with just a few
    touches of color. Great
    looking ATC cards also!
    Carla from Utah

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  10. Oh my gosh... I love this! What a great idea for gifts.

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  11. Stunning, gorgeous! LOVE the inspiration --both the box and the cards!!!! THANKS

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  12. Absolutely beautiful!

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  13. Awesome project! What a beautiful box and cards.

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  14. This is gorgeous, Teresa!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  15. Beautiful box!! Those flowers look gorgeous in pink.

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  16. Such and elegant transformation of the lovely box! and what a wonderful gift!

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  17. What a surprising and lovely project on this autumn day!!! I was expecting more golden orange autumn hues....and instead pops up this fresh as a daisy sweet note set!!! LOVE this!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  18. The box would be great for gifting cards. Thanks

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  19. Really love this project and it's done so beautifully! Anyone would love to get this from a friend.

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  20. The card box is beautiful! Love the pink/white. And the cards are so pretty! Great work!

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  21. Great tutorial and a fun project. Love how you painted the die cuts after they were on the box. Nice work.

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  22. I like the flowers you used. They make the box look fantastic. My favourites are the delicate white ones.

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  23. I love the way you used the spellbinders die cuts and painted over them!

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  24. i love this box, what a cool idea, I might have to try something like this.

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  25. the boxes are beautiful. This would make a great gift for a wedding shower. The bride could keep cards or other memorabilia in it. thanks for sharing

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  26. Your Card Box is perfect for the wonderful ATC's. We love all of the words on both of these Stamp Sets - perfect to give to friends for an ATC exchange.

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  27. WoW, I love the box!! Thanks for the ideas and inspiration.

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  28. Very beautiful, love the cards, great idea for a gift

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  29. Very beautiful, love the cards, great idea for a gift

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  30. Very sweet and pretty---what a charming gift!

    :)

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  31. Fabulous box and wonderful little cards to go in it as well.

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  32. The lacy feminine box is so pretty, and the cards are beautiful as well. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  33. This is gorgeous!! Can think of so many ways to decorate this!

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  34. Very sweet cards and box to match.

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  35. Just stunning. What a beautiful card box. How I so adore the beautiful pink flowers and details. Such beautiful cards and sentiments. Lovely.

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  36. This is so beautiful! I love all the die cuts that you used on the box. Your matching cards are awesome too.

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  37. Gorgeous...as always! Love your box and atc's!

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  38. This beautiful box is a reflection of who you are...feminine, thoughtful, lover of flowers and nature. The cards inside are so very sweet. I know it would be hard to part with it, but what a wonderful gift it would make!

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  39. Oh my this is such a girly lovely box! I'm in love with it!!

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  40. What a pretty box! It is so sweet and girly, and could be lovely jewelry box for a young girl. Now I know what to give my precious niece for her birthday! :-)

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  41. Very nice, would make such a cute keepsake!

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  42. Teresa, what a lovely box and the cards inside are just as beautiful, thank you for sharing with us!

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  43. Great way to present ATCs which are inspirational. Love the colors you used.

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  44. Such a beautiful box, and what lovely cards!

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  45. What a beautiful box. If you are an ATC trader it would be just the place to store your favorite cards.

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  46. Teresa, your little box is absolutely elegant, as well as the sweet little cards! Love them all!

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  47. How beautiful! Love love love it!

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  48. This is a very elegant box for storing your ATC's :) I love the scrolly die cuts you used, as well as the beautiful calligraphy from Quietfire. Thanks for sharing!

    Mickey Drake ( drakemickey@yahoo.ca )

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  49. I collect boxes and this one is so attractive..Must have and with your directions, I can make it. Thank you...so beautiful.

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  50. Teresa,
    This would make an absolutely lovely gift for someone on your list! So precious.
    Mstgane
    Ann

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  51. I think your project is definitely more chic than shabby! Would make a great gift! Follower from Tamworth

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  52. Love it! When the cards are gone the little box would make a pretty little jewelry box for a teenage girl...or her lucky mother. :-)
    marcia_gray@verizon.net

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  53. This is such a lovely idea! Beautiful as a gift to a special friend filled with matching cards. Fill it with special hand made cards with sentiments for all occasions. When the cards are gone, it can be used for so many other things or replaced with a new set of cards or stationary.

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  54. Very pretty! Awesome idea and would make a great gift!

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  55. What a great project. Beautiful box and love the cards.

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  56. The box went from plain to gorgeous. Walnut Hallow does have nice wood pieces.
    thanks for sharing a beautiful project. Will keep the cards handy

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