Saturday, November 13, 2010

Wink Wink Ink 'Season's Tweetings Tissue Box Cover'

I saw this adorable Tissue Box Tutorial on Splitcoaststampers a few weeks ago and thought 'What a Great Idea!'. I love the fancy tissue boxes that appear every Christmas, but I never bought any because I thought it was too expensive in comparison to a regular tissue box. Now, I can make my own, and, make even nicer ones, because the ones in the store don't come with ribbons and bows!

I thought the Wink Wink Ink image 'Seasons Tweetings' would be perfect for my tissue box because its already in a square frame. I simply printed the pre-colored image out to roughly the size of the box , cut it out, and glued it to my box. I added just a few embellishments, and waala! I have a beautiful Christmas Tissue Box Cover.

I put the image on all four sides of the box which was made of black card stock. And if your wondering how easy this project was, it was SUPER EASY! The instructions were so easy to understand, and the whole project came together in minutes. The white scallop is white card stock punched with a Stampin Up! Borders Punch. Ribbon was added to the lid, and a poinsettia flower to the bow.
I hope I've inspired you to try and make your own Tissue Box Cover. Have a great day! Amy


  1. Wow - this is gorgeous!!!! So much prettier than any of the ones you'd find in the store, anyway!

  2. Oh my word Amy!! Now how clever is that?!!! I love how you've put the image on the tissue cover!! Brilliant design too!!HUGS

  3. What a fun holiday project. I like your snowman and the way you decorated the top edge with the scallop, ribbon and poinsettias.

  4. This is so cute, Amy! Love the snowman on there...just looking at him makes me have a runny nose! :O)


  5. Oooo Amy this is stunning what a brilliant box and a great idea for Christmas, I must have ago at this tutorial. I love that image and the colours you have used.
    Lorraine x

  6. you sure did inspire me. this is awsome. so wanna try to do one now. hugs

  7. Totally adorable Amy! What a super idea for the holidays!


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