Tuesday, June 4, 2013

The Burrr Brings Bouncing Babies....

Oh my goodness...apparently it was a VERY cold winter last year! 
Why and what does that have to do with this adorable cut file from The Cutting Cafe?
Well, seems like so many women I know are going to be expecting little bundles of joy in the next few months!!
Thought I'd better get busy making little gift boxes for the blessed events and Regina's precious file
  Baby Bottle Treat Box was perfect for the occasion!  
The directions are so simple to follow and the files convert easily on my Silhouette cutter.  
Mixing a few scraps of paper together along with baker's twine, wooden greetings and hearts, letter blocks, Washi flags, bird sticker and a homemade jute nest with liquid pearl eggs,  I was able to create this special little box that is gender neutral and will hold crocheted baby booties for the little cherished arrivals. 

The team will be showcasing the most wonderful baby themed items this week so make sure to earmark in your sidebar The Cutting Cafe Blog so you don't miss out on all the versatile files.  If you leave a comment on the blog post, you'll be eligible to win 3 cut files of your choice if your name is chosen!!

Thank you so much for stopping in and visiting.  
I have loved reading all of your comments and you all make me smile from ear to ear :)
hugs n' happy crafting,
Lisa x


32 comments:

Kelly Neis said...

How beautiful is the baby box!!! I love it, very colorful and joyful. Your booties will be adorable in the box for the lucky mom to be. Thank goodness the cold winter didn't give me a #8! hehe
Hugs Kelly

Panda said...

What is amazing baby box!!!!
I do love all details!!!
Creat! Fantastic!!!

Hugs,
Olga

Annie said...

Brilliant make Lisa at least the cold winter had some positive impact with lots of cuddling to keep warm !! This gift will be treasured for sure and I so love the decor. Truly wonderful.

Take care

Annie xx

Ps hope to return to UK on Sunday, isn't that fab x x

Marie-Louise said...

This is just so fantastic. You always come up with something different.

Tammy said...

What an absolutely joy to be the recipient of this sweet treat box! I absolutely love it!!

Karon said...

Lisa - this is so so adorable. I love all the elements you have included and those letter blocks are fabulous. What a wonderful wonderful gift box! TFS

Buttons said...

Love this Lisa. Having the baby bird theme makes a lovely change from the usual 'onesies' and 'diapers', and I love how the colours would be perfect for either gender. Hugs, Jenny x

Desire Fourie said...

This is precious and such a wonderful gift idea.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

Lori said...

Such an ADORABLE baby bottle box! So much good stuff to love from the floral paper to the Baby blocks. Darling!

Chrissy said...

Love the dimension Lisa, the BABY blocks are very cool, love the bird and the big hello..fabulous project and colours and love the baby bottle shape for a box..gosh, hope our Winter is not too cold this year!!

Luv CHRISSYxx

Pia S said...

A baby bottle shaped box - isn't that a great idea for a baby shower gift! I love the elements you've used to decorate this - I can promise you I would never have thought of using those for a baby project, but you make it work and that's part of what I love about your style.

richardbreaks said...

Wow! That is wonderful! ALl the shapes, colors and dice that spell BABY..too awesome!

butterfly said...

Too, too adorable! Love the baby bottle, and the fresh, funky colours and patterns you've used to decorate it... I've always thought the reason so many people I know have April birthdays must be because of summer holiday shenanigans!!
Alison x

McCrafty's Cards said...

Lisa this is absolutely fabulous, so much detail I always love visiting your blog I never know what I will find.
Kevin xx

Tracy said...

That bottle is too darned cute Twang. Twine, banners, buttons, wooden embellies...you covered it all and it looks amazing. Any mom would want one of these to celebrate a new baby. Hugs!

Regina Easter said...

girl you never ever cease to amaze me....you are truly one of a kind.........

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Fresh and sassy! Just delightful, Lisa, and sure to be a hit with the new parents.

Hugs,
Linda

Shahrul Niza said...

Ohh, that must be it then!! :). Although we don't have winter here, but, I noticed more colleagues having babies one year :).

Lisa, this is SO CUTE, goodness me!!. There must be a way that I could do this for welcoming new kittens, I would think!. LOVE!!. HUGS.

Lisa S. said...

What an awesome baby gift idea! I love this cutting file and the way you decorated it!!! Fantastic project L2!

Sandy said...

Now what in the world would make you think that a cold winter would bring summer babies - hmmmmmm. I think you reveal more about yourself than you intended!!!!! You know I love everything you do Lisa - you are creative - great work kid!
Sandy

Jeanne J said...

I feel like I've been gone forever!! I love when you do a project with all sorts of bits and baubles like this - so much candy for the eyes that I could stare for hours! Wonderful!

Patricia St Martin said...

OMGoodness Lisa this treat box is adorable and I love all the elements you added.
Hugs, Patricia

Melisa Waldorf said...

LOVE it!! So many fabulous little embellishments. Have a blessed week!

Margaret said...

Adorable! The little gift box will be as treasured as the booties!!

Hugs,
sib

Robi said...

Beautiful!
Robi

Rose said...

WOW WOW WOW!!!!! love the wood beads :)

Anita Houston said...

Precious and what a wondeful design! I love the added elements, especially the mama bird and eggs...perfect!

Sonia said...

Hi my dearest friend,happy Saturday^_^
What a gorgeous card,beautiful details^_^
Big hug,
Sonia

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

Leave it to you to come up with something that looks like a million bucks. I wish I could showcase your creations, each and every week!

Hugs,
L.

Mitra Pratt said...

So, you ever wandered over to someone's blog and your eyes pop out and you think, Man I will comment on that one later I as I can't possible put into words how a little homemade nest makes me feel....so yes, this is my second or third visit. I love that nest. I think it's a sweet alternative to all the Prima ones that are out there cool because it's home made! ;-) Love the card too! Pinning it!

Sparkly Engineer said...

This treat box came out totally outrageous! I am waaaay impressed with it and you.

BTW know what you mean about last winter. There are a plethora a babies on the way

Bettina L. said...

Amazing project Lisa. Love all the added details with the bird and what a great idea for those expecting. Hugs Bettina xx