This is the start of an inspiration patch, where I hope that fellow scrappers and creators will come and find some inspiration, or even leave some inspiration for me.

Friday, 4 November 2016

Altered Gift Box - ScrapBerry's November/December Challenge

Hello Everyone
Thank goodness it's Friday! It's been a hectic week! ;-)
I am so looking forward to this weekend!
The November/December challenge at ScrapBerry's is up on the blog and you can read all about the details there.
It's a super challenge and I am sure you and your scrap buddies could stand a good chance of winning some ScrapBerry's goodies.
I made an altered gift box for this chaellenge and I will definitely use it for one of my Christmas gifts.
I used lots of ScrapBerry's goodies and also hand created the flower.
I am having a lot of fun creating my own flowers still.
ScrapBerry’s Supply List:
Winter Joy Collection – Cards (SCB220605412b)
Once Upon a Winter Set of Metal Embelishments with epoxy (SCB340997)
Shabby Ribbon White 10 mm (SCB510101)
Mother's Treasure Paper Set 6x6 Inch (SCB220607213)
Craft Chipboard White Tags (SCB2022646)
Paper Flowers - Clove Burgundy (SCB280409)
Metal Embellishments That Special Time Of Year 1
There is gorgeous inspiration on the blog...please pop over and have a look!
Have a super Friday and weekend!
Denise x


  1. OMG!! This is such a beautiful work Denise!!So pretty, elegant and festive!!Love it!!Bravo!!

  2. Hoe beautiful Denise. Your OTP creations are always a delight. Someone is going to be lucky to receive a little gift in this gorgeous box.

  3. What a gorgeous little box, it would be a delight to receive as a gift.. love the flower cluster and leaves! Enjoy the weekend.. they go as fast!

  4. It's really gorgeous...& will make someone waaaay the palette of colours you've used:):)

  5. so wonderful detaoled box Denise! love the flower cluster and the flair button is so cute! ))))

  6. What a gorgeous little box. I would cherish it even if it had nothing inside xx

  7. Beautiful box and more of your lovely flowers. Such a good idea. Lucky person who gets their gift in that box :D