Thursday, June 23, 2011

myStampBOX Mystery Blog Hop

Welcome to the myStamp BOX “Mystery Box Hop”!

If you have just happened upon our event today, please begin your journey on the myStamp BOX blog here .

All of our wonderful myStamp BOX designers are joining us today to show off some inspirational BOX creativity!

Bettina Von Gross (myStampBOX)

Jill Hildebrand (from the farm)

Sue Sykes (Kewl Beans)

Jaine Drake (Confessions of a Craftaholic)

Janet Zeppa (Janet's Joy)

Birgit Koopsen (My Scrappin' Life)

Linda Abadie (The Craft of Caring)

Jolene Johnston (Savor the Memories)

Agata Pfister (Under Construction)

Rebecca Keppel (My Cluttered Corner)

Marsha Valk (Marsha)

Allison Cope (Your Memories)

myStamp BOX Blog (myStampBOX)

We are giving away an amazing prize package from the myStamp BOX shop for our event this weekend and all you have to do is COMMENT along your journey to WIN.

We have given three of our lovely designers a mystery prize box and you could WIN the prize inside just by leaving a COMMENT on EVERY designer’s blog. Our Mystery Box Hop winner will be announced on the myStamp BOX blog on Monday so all comments are due by Sunday June 26th at 11:59pm EST. Good Luck!

And here is what I did with my MYSTERY BOX

This is how it started out as a plain naked box.



Here it is all decorated. I used the Symbols set to stamp those little "gifts" around all the sides of the box. I stamped them with Versamark and embossed them with black embossing powder.


I used the oval shape from the Back to the Basics set to make the leaves for my flower on the top of the box. I also used the Straight Forward set to stamp my sentiment "thinking of you".


And what did I put in my box? Home made chocolate chip cookies!!!


I hope you enjoyed my box creation! I know that I had a ball making it!

Now it’s time to HOP along and find out what the next talented designer has created with their MYSTERY BOX. Your next designer is Birgit.
Don’t forget to leave a comment below for a chance to WIN one of our MYSTERY BOX giveaways!

30 comments:

  1. Just wonderful! Love the texture on the black leaves! And hehe, how did we end up having the same inside even the wrapping paper, LOL!

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  2. Oh so cute. I love the black and pink look it's so stylish. Mmmmm cookies.

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  3. love your leaves!!! i neeeeeed that stamp set. AND....i love the treat inside.
    btw - cool anniversary layout from Tuesday's post.

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  4. Fantastic mix of stamps used on your project!

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  5. Mmm... cookies! Love the way you used that stamp for the leaves! Wonderful box!

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  6. gorgeous! I love the big flower on top and those cookies look DELICIOUS :)

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  7. yummie, a cookie box, love the flower!
    marie-anne

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  8. What a great gift box and the cookies are just an added "treat". Thank you for sharing!

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  9. Yummy Janet! So bright and fun! Love how you used the ovals as leaves... clever and cute!

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  10. That flower is gorgeous! And those cookies - Yum! :)

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  11. awesome idea! love how this turned out and the cookies look yum, too!

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  12. this box look pretty and elegant with black gift box image stamped around the border...so creative and inspiring!

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  13. Great colours on this box and LOVE the flower and leaves!

    Brigitta

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  14. Very cute....but love the idea of filling it with cookies too! Lol

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  15. i'll take the box and the cookies inside. yum! such a great gift idea.

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  16. The contrast between before and after is so striking!!! Great job Janet, love your box!

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  17. Love the use of black!! Great work!

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  18. Such a pretty gift box... and so perfect for giving those delish looking cookies!

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  19. What a great box of cookies...

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  20. Hmmm!!! This is so pretty. Love the colors and those black textured leaves. TFS

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  21. Great decoration for the box, Janet. Your cookies look scrumptious!

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