Sunday, December 19, 2010

Another tissue box cover

This one has something different on each side as well as the top.  The base is kraft cardstock and the layers and embellishments are from a Sizzix pad of 6"x6".  I used Tim Holtz Texture Fades and dies and a Tartan plaid embossing folder by Provocraft.  Ranger Distress Inks and regular and Distress Stickles are all over the place.  I did use a Brilliance Platinum pigment ink on the blue snowflakes.  It's hard to see all the stickles I used on the snowman, tree, ornament, deer and cover top but they are there.  My neighbor was quite tickled to get this as she was drooling all over the ones from the other day.  She also was happy with her Santa tin and puzzle (from an earlier blog entry).  I think I need to work on some holiday food preparations now and stay out of my art room for a bit.  :)

Brick wall with ornament

Frosty and friends

Frosty and his snow-laden tree

Reindeer in the forest

Tartan topper

Here's the link for those who missed it the first time.


  1. Fabulous tissue boxes, is this a template or die cut? Love all the texture on each piece, each one is so unique. Lovely gifts. Tracy Evans x x

  2. Here's the link again to where I first saw the tissue box cover.

  3. All fabulous, Susan, you have really been cranking these out! I love these, as I'm sure all your recipients do!

  4. These are all absolutely fabulous Susan. I can't pick a favorite!

  5. VERY cool! You did a fab-u-lous job on all of these Susan.

    Merry Christmas to you. xo

  6. Susan, These tissue boxes are fabulous!!! You should are amazing!! I saw this tutorial when it was first posted but never imagined such beautiful results.

  7. I started to say, you should submit them to a magazine.