Friday, April 22, 2011

Fry Box With Roses

This fry box was inspired by the Tuesday Trigger over at Moxie Fab World.  Here is the inspiration photo:

As you can see, the colors were my inspiration.  I used Taffy and Sunkiss Yellow cardstock from Close To My Heart® .  Some pearls and lace finished the look.  Since I didn't have a gift ready to go inside, I just used some tissue paper.  This also qualifies for The Shabby Tea Room - Pastels and Stripes!
Thanks for stopping by!


Tenia Nelson said...

so so cool!!! tfs!!

Tami said...

what cute flowers!

Cath said...

Hey Ann! What a sweet approach to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

Sue W said...

This is so pretty and a great take on the trigger!

Michelle said...

Hi Ann

This is such a pretty box, love those flowers.

Thank you for sharing over at Make It Monday this week.

Michelle :-)

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Kathy said...

Love this! Great flowers on the front of the box.

Zulma said...

This is nice! love the colors, flowers and trim. I see it on MIM.

Becky B. said...

So gorgeous!! I loooove those flowers!

Amanda said...

It's no secret that I love paper flowers, what an amazing job you have done.


Kerrie said...

So sweet, love the flowers.

Thanks for sharing your creation with Make It Monday.
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Rae said...

What a beautiful take on the trigger! I love your flowers! I am visiting your blog by way of Make it Monday! : )

Monica said...

You are brilliant, aren't you?

Now I am running off to become your follower... would love it if you follow me, too.

xxx Monica

Ann said...

You are all SO kind!
Thank you, all!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Love the way you have interpreted the photo-- I always struggle at that!
Cheers from Bangalore, India