I was so excited when the Mini Pizza Boxes were introduced in the Holiday Catalog and even happier to find out this week that they are on the Carryover List which means that they will continue to be available, at least until May 31, 2018!  These boxes are the perfect size for a small gift and they’re even food safe so a cookie would fit inside perfectly. And best of all, a gift card will fit inside!

Unfortunately most of the products used on my box (Foil Snowflakes, Year of Cheer Speciality Designer Series Paper and Christmas Quilt Stamp Set) are currently on the Retiring List which means they won’t be available after January 2nd, if they last that long.  Everything is WHILE SUPPLIES LAST except for the Christmas Quilt stamp set which will continue to be made until December 21st and then it will be while supplies last.

It’s very quick and easy to cover the pizza box.  I used a 3-1/4″ x 3-1/4″ piece of Year of Cheer Designer Series Paper.  After gluing that on, I added the Foil Snowflake.  I embossed the sentiment using gold embossing powder and a stamp from the Christmas Quilt stamp set.  The embossing adds such an elegance to the box. It was cut out with one of the ovals from the Stitched Shapes Framelits dies.  Stampin’ Dimensionals are on the back of the sentiment and then attached to the snowflake.  Easy but oh so pretty!

You’ll find all the products I used to create today’s project below.  Just click on any of the products and you’ll head over to my Stampin’ Up! online store.  


Heat Tool


Big Shot


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