Sunday, August 19, 2012

Bee Gift Box

Here is the gift box I made to wrap up the t-shirt I made for my cousin's daughter. I used Sweet Tooth Boxes to cut the box. It was cut at 11." I used Cricut Craft Room to hide the circle in the scalloped lid. I liked the scallop, but didn't want a hole in it. I used the digital cartridge, Banners, to create the banner. It is cut at 2 1/2" and I inked the edges with pink chalk ink. I used Cricut American Alphabet to cut her name at 3/4." I covered them with glam pink Stickles. I adhered the banner to the box with pop-dots in the middle and glue dots on the sides. I used Mother's Day Boquet to create the daisy. The largest layer of the flower is cut at 5" and the smallest is cut at 3." I gave it a cute little Peachy Keen face. The bee is from Create a Critter, cut at 3 1/2." I also gave it a Peachy Keen face and adhered it to the box with two layers of pop-dots. Her bows are covered in glam pink Stickles and her wings are covered in diamond Stickles.
I made this for the challenge at Peachy Keen.


  1. How beautiful and cheerful your little bee looks

  2. I saw this at the Cricut Message Board and loved it! I was hoping you entered the Box it Up Challenge at Peachy Keen... wonderful job!

  3. this is adorable !!! love the little bows in the bees head, and all the glitter ~!~! tooo cute thanks so much for joining us at Peachy Keen this week ~~

    Michelle~ DT

  4. Paula ~ TOO CUTE!!! I am sure your cousins daughter will ADORE the shirt and this box!!!! I LOVE the flower and that bee just buzzing around it!!! Glittered her up PERFECTLY and her little bows too! ADORBS!!!