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Stocking Stuffer Boxes for Mom-n-Dad

Hello stampers! I made 2 more of these cute stocking "boxes" and this time for my mom and dad. My dad's (shown below) is regular sized, but my mom's is HUGE! It measures 9 1/4" x 7 1/4" so it can accomodate the beaded ornament I made for her. It's really hard to get a good picture with all my shadows and lighting in the room.
A few details about her box: I added faux zigzag stitching on the toe & heel; crystals to the 3 flower centers (near the toe); white gel pen stitching all around stocking; scalloped the bottom of the cuff in choc. chip and crimped the pink layer, glued on buttons and hand-sewed the wire words to cuff; cuttlebugged the pink oval behind angel, added dazzling diamonds to her wings and dress trim and popped her up on thick dimensional tape. The stain ribbon matches perfectly and I went all the way around box with it to help with sturdiness.
Here's a picture of the top and bottom of box. I had to cut a hole in the bottom so the stem of ornament could fit through. There's plenty of room around the ornament to fit some tissue paper around it =)

I'm really happy with the way this one turned out. OH...I just remembered I forgot to add the "loop" to the top corner of stocking, but no biggy, I'll add that b4 giving to her. And, here's the regular-sized one I made for my dad:

I believe I got this funky green ribbon in a bundle that I won over at Bella's Creative Place, and it really adds to the masculine feel for this one. LOVE IT!

The template is by Lauren Meader and can be found HERE. This angel is called Angel Wings and is by Paper Pretties. Thanks for dropping by today!! School was cancelled today, so we're off to go sledding. Have a great day!
{{Inky♥Hugs}}

Comments

Catherine said…
another great project, Kristine.
i love it!
Lorie said…
Ummm...wow! Those are completely fantastic. I sure wish I knew how to get my projects to the level of yours! Have fun sledding!
Mary said…
Kristine,
Thank you so much for the nice comment. I am glad you found my blog.... so I could follow you back to yours.lol
You do beautiful work. I just love the stockings.
Julie Masse said…
These are wonderful!! What a cute cute gift - I'm sure they both will be loved!! :)
Diana said…
WOW!! you did awesome with the ss!! NOW I need to give it a try!! I have seen projects here and there but nothing caught my attention yet (no offenses here, just that I LOVE yours), but NOW I need to try it, thank so much for sharing with us!! and that angel is soooooo pretty, so sorry I found it too late this year!! is a really nice image!!

Love,
Diana
Dawn Griffith said…
NO stinkin way thats a box girlie .. It looks like a regular stocking from the front .. SO AWESOME!!! You are soo clever . I Love them both your Mom and Dad will LOVE them too!

xox
Dawn Griffith
These are really TERRIFIC, Kristine!! I am sure your mom and dad will LOVE them too! I like the more masculine feel of the one for your dad, but I have to say -- there is that beautiful angel again (who can resist her?!) :D Kel
Lauren (mytime) said…
Oh all your stockings are amazing! And those ornaments are TDF!!!
Diane said…
Oh How Pretty Kristine!!! You are oh so talented! Love your ornaments!
Hi Kristine,

I just wanted to tell you I just found your blog from a very old comment on Janna Hulls blog. I also noticed you follow Jami's blog!!

I have gotten to be very good friends with both Jami, and Janna, and so I had to pop over to see your stuff!

You do gorgeous work!!!

Just Lovely!!!

I love your angel, and Lauren's stocking too!

Fantabulous Girl!!

Heather
Marcia said…
Oh wow Kristine, wow. Your work is so beautiful and what a special treat to receive.

:) Marcia
Rose Ann said…
Not only are your stockings way fantastic....your ornaments are gorgeous as well!!! AWESOME, Kristine!! You have too much talent, girl!!
What a cute idea! I love your new blog look, too... who designed it?
Scrapping Donna said…
Wow! I have never seen anything like these. They are so beautiful!!
WOW!!! These are amazing!! And what a stunning ornament!!
hugs, Jami
Jane said…
These are both AMAZING! I'm sure they were appreciated...but not enough...you should have sent one to me...I would have appreciated it appropriately! LOL. :-)

Jane
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