Saturday, September 26, 2015

Get Well Gift Box with Xyron and Paper Smooches

Welcome to FALL...Here in Memphis it is also allergy season!!!

So when I received these cute Healthy Vibes Stamps from Paper Smooches 
for the collaboration with Xyron I thought WOW these would be perfect for a gift box!!!
I began by first cutting the XL Scoreboard Block using mat board, run pattern paper through the Xyron Creative Station. Cut to fit sides of box, remove from the adhesive sheets and place on sides of box. 
Die cut 3 of the floral dies, run through the Xyron Creative Station. 
Remove from adhesive sheet and place on sides of box.
Punch three 1 3/4" circles and place in center of each of the floral die cuts with pop dots.
Stamp Healthy Vibe image on pattern paper, fussy cut out, layer two together with pop dots.
Place on the side of box with stamp sentiments or fussy cut images from Graphic 45 By the Sea Paper. 
Stamp Healthy Vibes sentiment and cup to tag. 
Change Xyron Creative Station adhesive from 9" to 5", run tag and strips through Xyron Creative Station. Remove from adhesive sheet, place on blue card stock to form tag.
Fill glass with some cold product or other items.
Wrap red twine around glass and add tag to glass. 
Die cut floral die, punch hole in center for straw. Place straw through hole and attach to top of lid with Xyron Adhesive Dots. Add red twine bow to top with Xyron Adhesive Dots
Place glass back in box. is looking like I will be taking it across town to give to my sweet daughter who is coughing and sneezing. Made just in time!!! I hope you enjoy my Get Well Gift Box using Paper Smooches Healthy Vibes Stamps and Xyron Adhesive. Try making some gift boxes to keep on hand using other fun products. 
Make sure to check out other Xyron Products HERE!!!

Xyron Design Team
I’m so happy to be a Xyron Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many fabulous Sticker Maker, Adhesive Runners, Glue Sticks, Adhesive Stations to work with like those that I’m using today.

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