Monday, July 20, 2015

Size Doesn't Matter....

It's not true what 'they've' been saying...size really doesn't matter!
 What does matter is the thoughtfulness; which is why I decided to showcase this tiny box of 
2 1/4" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4".   It may be little but it holds a BIG helping of thankfulness.  
This week at The Cutting Cafe Blog, the DT get to pick whatever they'd like to share and I thought you might enjoy these files that I've used above.
All DT projects are posted at The Cutting Cafe Blog on the 7th and 21st of each month. We'd love for you to visit and be sure to leave a comment for Regina. She selects one lucky person to receive 3 FREE files of their choice!
Hugs and Happy Crafting,
Lisa x

23 comments:

Chrissy said...

I adore this cute little box and love making boxes lisa...just not sure if my clunky fingers could work such magic with the embellishments as you have..looks gorgeous, and love the bow.

luv CHRISSYxx

Sarah said...

I've been telling my Hubby that for years...oops, should rephrase that really but it's not as it sounds!! I have always told him that all good things come in small parcels
( that's me at 5 feet nothing!!) and your fabulous little box demonstrates just that!! xx

Sue Butler said...

Hello Q,
You have constructed a simple square box into a mini masterpiece.
I can see myself holding this in the palm of my hand, and as we often say, salivate over not only the construction but the interesting and tactile elements that you have incorporated into the design. I would be touching it all over, which may not please you as I have recently learnt that not all artists like their work to be touched, this insight baffles me.
My eye catches the banner hanging over the side; even though it is a neutral colour, it juxtaposes wonderfully with the patterned paper. Your palette has earthy tones with a masculine feel and also relates a friendly warmth; in your words and the Hearts.
Beautifully done.
Smiles:)
Onion

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

this is absolutely darling and is a gift within itself!

Annie said...

A beautiful box Lisa and it's definitely the thought that matters. You have incorporated wonderful details and I am sure the recipient will treasure it x

Sending my best wishes
Annie x

Samra Leshinski said...

Oh wow, Lisa that tiny box looks amazing!! So cute and so decorated! Love it!

Regina Easter said...

aweeeeeeeeeeeeee such amazingness....love it all

McCrafty's Cards said...

Beautiful gift box Lisa,I love the design
Kevin xx

Mitra Pratt said...

WHAT is that rose stuff you have used that is that lovely blue color??? I really dig that...super cool! And this teeny tiny present is so lovely! Makes me super happy! Hugs for your coolness!

Anita Houston said...

Who wouldn't want that tiny but gorgeous box?!! LOVE it...love the rose ribbon!

Tina Goodwin said...

This box is adorable!

Pia S said...

This little box is a gift on its own! The way you tied the rosette on the lid looks fab. Nice work as always, Lisa!

Sandy said...

Beautiful little box sugar!!
Sandy xx

Tammy said...

Everything you create is just always amazing! Wonderful treat box, love the gorgeous bow!

Angeline Choo said...

this is just a wonderful box you made! LOVE the details.

Marie-Louise said...

Super little box Lisa. Make a beautiful gift.

Karon said...

It maybe teeny tiny - but your little gift box is gorgeous and it's the attention to the little details, I love! TFS

Tracy said...

Lots of Twang coolness in this project. :-)

Joann Williams said...

Very cute gift box! And it is true...size doesn't matter.. as some of the best things come in tiny packages!
Hugs,
Jo
xox

Bella and Aidees Mom said...

What a fun and creative little box... Love the heart tags...Krista

Keri Parish said...

This is so cute. I just love it and the bow!!

butterfly said...

In fact, I'd say the tinier the better! Fabulous teeny gift box - and all the decoration is exquisite.
Alison xx

Margaret said...

Oh my goodness! How on earth did you pack that much goodness onto one teeny tiny box?! This is so sweet and I'm still trying to figure out how you created so much wonderful on such a tiny canvas!