Thursday, April 25, 2013

French Country Keepsake Box


Happy Hellos!!!!

It's nice to know you have made it past another Hump Day. Hopefully, all is well with you (translation: you're having a wonderful crafty kind of day). I have a beautiful box to share with you. I hope you like it as much as I enjoyed making it. Take a look...
I was able to incorporate the use of my Silhouette Cameo with
 this project. As you can see, I created a faux chicken wire fence.

I used Graphic45 DP line French Country. This line has such a rich feel and
Tim's foundation is a wonderful addition.  I thought this keepsake box would
be a welcome edition into the heart of  any one's home--the kitchen. Perhaps
 someone would use the box to hold their most prize family recipes.

There are so many rich lines in this collection and in addition to this rich
collection, I feel as though the original banding is a perfect accent to the line.

I love the combination floral paper. It's one of my favorite from the French Country line.

It appears as though this design would be the same type of design you would
 find on the floor of a home in French.

Yes, this keepsake box sold at the Baltimore's Farmers Market.


Well, once again, thanks for taking the time to visit me at The Peddler's Gallery and come back real soon.

3 comments:

Susan D said...

Oh how pretty this keepsake box is! I am going to have to try my hand at doing this. Always enjoy seeing your creations Lorie!

Pauline said...

What a wonderful box Lorie, I love those fabulous papers you used! So country!

Carol's Ink Spot said...

What a Gorgeous box! Love the papers you used to decorate it. Just Beautiful!

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