Hi everyone! I finally had a moment to photograph a fun project that I worked on when I was super pregnant & super bored
I saw these on Pinterest (LOVE that site!!) and I just knew I had to make them. How freaking cute are they? I followed the instructions from Gen exactly. You will need the Sizzix pillow box die, a 3/4″ and 1 1/4″ circle punch, large oval punch, and trio of hearts SU! punches. (see my post about my favorite punches)
note: please disregard the dusty table…I haven’t been up to much cleaning with a newborn in the house, and go figure that my camera would pick that up, right??
You could put candy or money in these little boxes – a perfect favor for a party, birthday, get together, etc. I made all sorts of silly faces & positions with these little guys. I like that they are all different:
The base of the owls are all cardstock – I went through my stash of designer paper to find matching monotone paper to use for the little feathers. The colors don’t need to be exact, just similar enough. Once all the elements were punched, these went together really quickly!
All cardstock used was either Stampin Up or Papertrey Ink.
Also, I wanted to send a huge THANK YOU to all of you sweet blog readers who have left so many kind & thoughtful comments for our family & little Miss Brooke. Please know that I do take the time to read each & every one of your comments & they mean so much to me!!
We have been doing great as a family of 3 – just enjoying every moment with our little peanut, and sharing her with lots of awesome family & friends who have come to visit! It’s really nice to have such supportive friends & family – it has certainly made the last 2 weeks much easier. I will leave you with a few more pics
This first one is of Brooke last week sleeping on her Daddy. Makes my heart melt into a million pieces…
And here we are as a family on Easter Sunday – it was about 75 degrees out that day – and I was going a little stir crazy being couped up all week long. So we went out for our first walk together. Brooke is in there somewhere, underneath the canopy and blankets, haha!