Good Afternoon and welcome to a new round of Monday Makes!

Today Libby and I are creating with the new Stampin’ Up! Hamburger Box Die!  It’s one of the fun new Die’s in the new Annual Catalogue and it’s one that has so so many possibilities!

Today I’ve used the Park Lane Designer Series Paper to create this sweet little box …


This box is quick and easy to pop together and makes a lovely little gift.  The flower on top is done with the Crepe Filter paper and the Spiral Flower Die.


Once the flower was assembled I mixed some Crisp Cantaloupe Ink Refill with some rubbing Alcohol (Isocol here in Australia) and used an Aqua Painter to colour the flower. Now you could use water but it does take hours to dry whereas the alcohol evaporates and dries a lot quicker.  The leaves are from the Extra Large Bird punch and the Flower Fair Framelits.  Sentiment is from Groovy Love and cut out with the Itty Bitty Banner Framelits.


While the box is smaller than one you’d get a burger in from the Take Away Shop it’s still big enough to hold 4 Raffaello or Ferrero Rocher inside.

Now if you do a google search you’ll find all sorts of critters made with the Burger Box and I wanted to make something a little different … a little cute and just a wee bit festive ….


How cute is he??  It was lots of fun designing him – although a little stressful at times as some of the punches/dies I thought would work didnt but I eventually got Santa finished and I even used my new Moustache Framelit!  How cute would this be to pop in your Christmas Wish List? then friends and family could just pull out one or two gifts to buy for you!

I hope you liked my little creations today and be sure to pop over to Libby’s Blog to see her gorgeous creations and what critter she’s made!

Thanks for stopping by …


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      1. That would be awesome:) I tried to figure it out, but couldn’t tell what size scallop circle was used and what was used for the white scallop on the hat.

  1. Such cute projects. I haven’t quite been sold on the dies for the fast food boxes, but these projects might convince me.

    1. thanks Robbye … I was dubious at first too and wondered why I got it lol – then my downline made me use it … I have another idea for it too – just have to find the time to get it from my head to paper!

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