Loving Jolly Holiday

Creative Tips:

1.The cookie box holds eight homemade chocolate chip cookies in a Large Cello Bag tied with a yummy Old Olive Striped Grosgrain Ribbon bow.

2. Just punch several 3/4″ circles to slip behind your Jolly Holiday Designer Paper to make a cute large scalloped border to match the polka dots.

3. The sentiment from Loads of Love fits nicely in the Large Oval, nested in the Scallop Oval, and popped up to cover the Christmas greeting from Tags til Christmas. All the coordinating layers make for a WOW to adorn the cute little holiday box.

Box Pattern available for download. Pattern may not be sold or posted elsewhere. Please forward links here!

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Project Recipe:
Stamps: Load of Love (115022), Tags til Christmas (121169)
Paper: Very Vanilla (101650), Cherry Cobbler (119685), Old Olive (100702), Jolly Holiday DP (117159)
Ink: Cherry Cobbler (119669), Old Olive (102277)
Accessories: Old Olive Striped Grosgrain Ribbon (115618), Old Olive Satin Ribbon (117292), Large Cello Bags (102210), 3/4″ Circle (119873), Large Oval (119855), Scallop Oval (119856), and Decorative Label (120907) Punches, Sticky Tape (104294), Dimensionals (104430)
Blessings,

Dacia Smith

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6 thoughts on “Loving Jolly Holiday

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  2. Darling! I so cased this but made it bigger to house my pizzielle cookies to give to Grandma who is in an assisted living facility. Thought it would brighten her day! Thanks for sharing. Ann

  3. CUTE! Do you have a pattern for the box! I’m thinking this would be great for an upcoming cookie exchange I’m hosting for my stamp club.

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