Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Brighton's Gift Pouch

My young artist has been wanting a pouch in which to keep the little gifts he makes for people. Apparently some gifts are for giving and some are for keeping. *smile*

I also used the opportunity to play along with an Embellish color challenge. I used a scrabook kit to make the envelope, so the colors aren't a perfect match. Hopefully they're still in the spirit of things - it's fun simply to play along.

I didn't use any adhesive on the back flap so Brighton can open and close it as many times as he wishes. That little tab reads "creativity at its best" - this proud momma totally agrees. :)

Here's the little gift maker - proud as can be.

Supplies: All paper and die cuts are from Stampin' Up!'s Primary Colors Simply Scrappin' Kit. Featured colors are Real Red, Wild Wasabi, More Mustard, and Brocade Blue.
Brad: Stampin' Up! (Bold Brights - Real Red).
Punches: Stampin' Up! (spiral punch, large star, corner rounder).
Other: Stampin' Up! (library clip).


  1. this card is darling and your son looks and sounds like such a little sweetheart!!

  2. This is just adorably CUTE! Love that picture of him too. Just so sweet :)

  3. Fun fun fun! Love the use of the library clip and fun colors.

    It's a good life!
    Terri E.

  4. Aw. What a wonderful gift for your little boy. He looks so proud.

    Lovely art pouch.

  5. Such a cute idea! Love all the colourful elements.

  6. So cute! I love the colors and what a great idea! :)

  7. How stinkin' cute! Thanks for participating in an Embellish challenge!