Stampin’ Up! Egg Boxes but no Eggs Included

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Egg Boxes but no Eggs Included

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Yay! I’ve at last braved spritzing up my Egg Cartons! Seriously, you wouldn’t believe how ‘scared’ I’ve been to work on these! Why, I’m not sure. It’s not like they were going to bite me or anything, but I’d worried at what might happen if I sprayed them! Thanks though to Sally Shaw in my team who recently spritzed up a couple of egg cartons and that gave me some more confidence to have a go!

I decided not to put eggs in my boxes, you know what I’m like, I tend to be contrary where I can!!! But I think these make adorable treat boxes, hence why I popped some nice pampering treats inside!

The Succulent Garden DSP is perfect for a treat like this, and makes for a charming little gift, whether for birthday, Mother’s Day or just because!

What would you put in yours?

S xx

DSP – Inside – 3 x 3″ (7.5 x 7.5cm) Outside – 2-3/4 x 2-3/4″ (7 x 7cm)


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Sam Hammond

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  2. Lynda Arnall says:

    A very nice idea especially for Easter.

  3. That’s a cute idea for an Easter gift, I would never have thought to spritz it! What’s the reason for using rubbing alcohol – does it spread the ink better than water? My cat likes helping me too 🙂

  4. Anne lumsden says:

    Up cycling to a very high standard. Well done Sam. My favourite is the mint macaroon.

  5. Gorgeous Sam – as usual.
    I went once to my pharmacist at Morrisons and asked for Rubbing alcohol. I was told it is not called that here, but Surgical alcohol. After knwing that, I saw it everywhere. Lol.
    Have a lovely new week,
    Nessie from Scotland

  6. Love how you colored and decorated these cute egg cartons! Makes for a very sweet gift! ty!

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  8. Really a lovely idea!!!

  9. Jennifer Newell says:

    So adorable. Like thinking outside the box.

  10. Robbye Hamilton says:

    These little egg cartons are so cute. Coloring them adds extra versatility.

  11. Those are really cute, You always blow my mind on how easy you make getting glue dots off, I really struggle getting glue dots off..

  12. Great egg box love the colour very pretty Sam. Good luck at awards hope you win you deserve it . X

  13. So going to have a go at these!!! Xx

  14. Lisa Sylvia says:

    Love how you colored them, so pretty and what darling gifts inside.

  15. Very sweet gift idea. We can get alcohol just about anywhere here in the US. Dollar Store, Grocery stores, Drug stores, just about anywhere, very accessible, I’m sure I’ll be using this kind of spray for some projects soon. Thanks for this lovely project idea.

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