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Toasting Marshmallow Treat Box

>> Sunday, September 23, 2012

Good morning everyone. Fall has arrived in the north Georgia Mountains, the leaves are changing and the nights are cool. I have been thinking a lot about when my children were young, and we would have family hay rides and roast hot dogs and marshmallow over a fire. We had so much fun.

When I saw this little treat box over on Splitcoast I new that I had to give it a try. The stamps that I used were Argyle Background, Argyle Diamond, and Toasting marshmallow. I stamped the Argyle Background in Memento Tuxedo Black ink on cream card stock. And used the Argyle Diamond and Peeled Paint Distress Ink and Rich Coco Memento ink to add the color These were cut out and layered on to brown card. Using Tuxedo Black ink and the Toasting Marshmallow  was stamped and colored with copic markers and cut out with scissors. A little Stickles was added to the fire and Glossy Accents were added to the marshmallow. Foam tape was used to attach the marshmallow to the box front.

Have a wonderful day,



Stamps- Argyle Diamond, Argyle Background, Toasting Marshmallow
Memento -Tuxedo Black, Rich Cocoa
Distress ink- Peeled Paint
Copic- YR09,Y38,E53,E33,E57,YR02,
Glossy Accents


Pam said...

This is just darling. Your marshmallow looks good enough to eat;). How about some great minds for you? 4 days in a row, the argyle stamp has been used!

Jennifer E. said...

So cute, Janett! Love how you decorated that box!

Shelia said...

Janett, this is so adorable!! Love the color combo and your coloring is amazing. That marshmallow does look good enough to eat! :-) I may be casing this!

Karin said...

Adorable! Love the gloss on the marshmallow and your background is wonderful! So cute :)

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is just super, Janett! Love the colors, your coloring and the fab little treat box. Yummy!

Sue said...

This is great! I'm picturing it stuffed with mini marshmallows! I love how you layered up the argyle, totally new look!

Samantha said...

What a cute little box! You did a terrific job with the argyle too!

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