Sunday, August 2, 2009

Little Red Bread Box

To go along with my apron card from yesterday, I remembered a cute little bread box from Mary Jo at Techno Stamper that would work nicely with the bread I've been making with the plethora of zucchini from my garden!  Now it doesn't "match" my apron exactly because I thought it would be a little overkill to stamp all those flourishes on my cardstock, plus I wanted to play with some other stamps!  So here's what I came up with:

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The base is Real Red and the DP is from an older Christmas slab. I stamped the image from the PTI Vintage Picnic set in Palette Noir and actually used my Copics for coloring!!! I used the Labels 4 Nestie, with a little tweaking, for my mat....as I look at it, I think I could have done something a little different with the image panel, but it's glued on there now....next time!  I cut out a tag from the Nestie Tag Trio--first time I broke into that one---and stamped the sentiment from the Vintage Picnic Sentiments.  What great sets these are!!!  That'll get tied around my bread.  Here's a peek at the empty box:

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and a close up of the image:

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This is SO easy to make, it looks like you slaved for hours--why don't YOU try one?  And visit Mary Jo's blog and tell her thanks for the awesome tutorial!  Thanks for visiting me today!  And here are a couple more birthday cards from my stash:

From my friend and downline Linda:

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and from Denise (peanutbee):

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and from my CTD teammate, Barbara:

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13 comments:

  1. Hi LeAnne, I am so happy to have stopped by your blog today, I have some bananas sitting on my counter to make into bread...your container is so perfect and inspiring! Thanks for the link to Mary Jo's and the inspiration.

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  2. This looks SO YUMMY! Presentation is everything and whoever gets this is going to be IMPRESSED! Sure wish I had a slice right now! Happy Belated B-day2 U Leanne!

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  3. LeAnne, I love the colors you used, and the scalloped edge around the top of the box is too cool. BUT the best part is the yummy bread inside...mmm!!!

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  4. LeAnne this is just too cute. Thanks for the link to the tutorial too. Great idea! ~chris

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  5. This is fabulous LeAnne. I am so glad you gave my tutorial a try, it turned out great! Thanks for linking to it here. And by the way -- happy birthday, better late than never.

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  6. This is great LeAnne! So cute!! Makes me want to go make some bread so I can make a box for it... well... maybe that is too much work! :)

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  7. How stinkin' cute is this bread box?!!! You've outdone yourself with this....bet the bread was good, too! LOL!! I'm off to visit MaryJo now. TFS!!
    Kim

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  8. The bread box is brilliant and quite adorable. The colors are fanstastc. It makes a terrific presentation. Thanks a whole bunch for the tutorial .

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  9. Hi Leanne, mmmmm that looks scrummy! love all the cards too, they really lovely, hope you had a lovely day?
    hugs n stuff
    Nicki
    x

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  10. OH my!! What a really fun project!! Thanks so much for the link!! Cute projects hun!! HUGS

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  11. I might make bread for everybody at Christmas and pack it in these super little boxes! How perfect is that!

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  12. Now that is CUTE! And LOVE your birthday cards, too!

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  13. Oh, LeAnne.. I JUST {{HEART}} your bread box!! I'm a baker to and love this idea. You did an amazing job on this beauty! And again some fabulous birthday cards... you are such a sweet and genuine person! And it shows!! Hugs... :)

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