My First Coaster Boxes
I am not really sure what took me so long to get my new coasters out and try some coaster boxes - it could be the fact that I am a hoarder and can't stand to use my goodies! lol These were so fun to make and so super easy! I am loving them! They are just perfect for gift boxes and will hold quite a lot of stuff. These two boxes are for my aunt and my sister - I filled them with a chocolate bar, hershey's kisses, peppermint patties, a sheet of stickers, gel pens and valentine stamps from the Target Dollar Spot. I still have several more to make before Valentine's Day - oh, I better hurry only a couple of days left! There is an excellent tutorial on these on SCS by Taylor VanBruggen - it is easy to follow. The only thing I did differently is I used my tape runner to adhere the paper to the coasters instead of the Mod Podge because it was warping my coasters. If you don' t have any of these coasters and are wondering where you can get some my friend Cindy from Starlitstudio has them in her ebay store - there are also a couple of people on SCS that sell them as well. These are great fun to work with, so go order some now and get to crafting! :) I will be back tomorrow with more goodies to share!

9 comments:

LOVE these! You know I just dig that stampin set! What an awesome Valentine!!

Laura said...

These turned out AWESOME Kendra; great job. I might have to get my hands on some of these coasters and try them myself.

Alex said...

Ooh Kendra, these are gorgeous, how lovely you are to seend these to your family, in UK we don't tend to do things like that, (mores the pity - I am not even sure if I will be getting a valentines from my hubby) so it is really lovely to use the world wide web, to live my fantasy life!!! Your aunt and sister will be over the moon xx

Tracy.H said...

These are so cute!! I can't wait to get my coasters to give this project a try. TFS :0)

ohhh those are really sweet looking!!! You've been making some awesome Valentine projects.

stefanie said...

Adorable boxes! I have tons of coasters and now I know what to do with some of them!

Melissa said...

They look great Kendra! I wish my kit would get here so I can make my Valentine's. Hope everyone doesn't mind if they're late!
Have a great Valetines day!!!

asela said...

These are awesome! One day I'll need to give this a try.

Julie Phillips said...

Oh SO darling! You did a super job on these, I can see these selling at a craft fair like hot cakes!

Love them Kendra
Hugs
Julie

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