Yep, it’s a cat. She walked on my sketch pad as I was taking pictures.
She was, well, being a cat. I can’t blame her, but every time I start to draw, doodle, or anything else not having to with my laptop, she promptly sits on it. I am just thanking my lucky stars she didn’t do that here. Don’t worry. I have other pictures of what she is walking on. You will get to see them, and you get to delve, once again, into an ADD mind busting at the seems with creativity and not knowing what to do first. It’s a curse. Read on, my intrepid and loving subscribers; read on.
These little boxes came to me when I received a request to make copies of an earring style for wedding party presents. I knew that standard ear cards would not do. I mean. These are presents for Maids-of-Honor and Bride’s Maids, right? Right. So, I had to pull out my card stock and get to work on something that not only displayed the earrings, but served double duty as gift boxes. They turned out to be pretty easy to make. I was thankful for that.
You see, this person was very much in love, and wanted a special box for a special ring, an engagement ring. She needed someone to make the box, and of all the people in the land, she chose me to make a simple box into something special.
Box was feeling a little apprehensive, being just a plain box, it knew it needed something to make it truly something to hold a precious ring. I coupled the box with black velvet, and a match was made, but first, we needed something on which the ring would sit. The client happily provided the stand.
A little bamboo, a little candy some ornaments and ribbon, and you have yourself a centerpiece that is both decorative and edible. Why edible? So that, by the end of the night, the only thing your putting away to recycle for next year are the ribbons and the ornaments. I suppose you could recycle the take out box as well, but they come out with those every year and in different patterns, too.
Red and Green Wire trimmed ribbon firstname.lastname@example.org ea. $5.98