Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Last Minute Gift and Tutorial

Hello my friends!

Your time is running out for Christmas Shopping? 
Don't worry, I have found a solution!

I made a little gift box which you can use for coupons to give to friends or loved ones for different occasions.

 Let's get started!

I cut my template for the box and used a stamp from the set "Pines Fir Yew" on a piece of Tim Holtz Design Paper. I heat embossed the image.

On the sides of my box I stamped a sentiment from the set "Christmas Greetings", and two tags with words from the "Christmas Cheers and Gift Tags" set.

The panels were adhered to the front and the back, I tied some hemp cord around it added a wood veneer star and ready is the little box.

 I used several different stamps from our "Travel" set on thge Coupon cards. The last minute presents could be a wellness weekend (Vintage Hotel receipt), a trip to either London or Paris (Eiffel Tower and Big Ben stamps) or even a trip around the world (Globe Map).

There are so many more choices and images to "stamp" your last minute coupons, the limit is your imgination :)

This is the back of the box:

Have a wonderful Christmas among family and friends ♥

Don't forget about the 15% discount code you'll get on your next order
in the Rubber Dance Online Store using "majo2015"


  1. Lovely idea and so beautifully made, Majo! I like this idea a lot, and there are so many things we could put inside - everything from a gift coupon for free hugs to ... well, how about rubber stamps? :-D
    Thank you for the great tutorial!

  2. What a cool idea, Majo! The Box was awesome and I really liked the idea of giving away an experience and then use the stamps as a "hint".
    Hugs ♥

  3. This is fab Majo - such a clever idea.

  4. Love this! It would also work for giving a set of cards (birthday cards, thank you notes etc) as a gift.

  5. What a great gift Majo! I think I should pilfer that fantastic idea! ;)

  6. Wonderful box and the contents are also a great gift idea! I love the understated colour scheme.

  7. Very pretty. I like the white embossing on the red and white stripes. Great gift box idea. Hugz


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