Thursday, September 7, 2017

The Cutting Cafe - Divider Box with Handles....and Giveaway!!!

Good morning!

Welcome to the The Cutting Cafe's Blog Hop!

Today, we are doing something a bit different. Each Design Team member will be giving away the file that they have designed with!  You should have arrived here from Audrey's blog, where she had an amazing project to share.

Today, I'm using a fun file, the Divider Box with Handles.  I've used the PDF version. All pieces were cut out by hand.  No cutting machine? No worries!  Just grab your scissors, print your pieces and have fun cutting!

The Cutting Cafe has a LOT of fun files and inspiration, and don't forget that the holidays are just around the corner!  Regina has projects for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas that are sure to bring smiles to recipients!

Here's what I made using the Divider Box with Handles:




Thanks so much for stopping by!

The next stop on your hop is Chauntell, and she's sharing a wonderful stationery box!

Be sure to visit each of our Designer's blogs, for loads of inspiration, and lots of chances to win files from The Cutting Cafe!

And be sure to check out the Cutting Cafe blog - I've heard a wild rumor that Reginal will be giving some things away there!

For a chance to win this divider box, all that you need to do, is leave a comment on this blog post! 
I'd love for you to tell me what YOU would fill this box with! 

I'll let the random.dear hubby draw a name, and will post the winner on Monday, September 11th.

Be sure to leave comments at all of the posts - you'll have lots of chances to win a fun file!

Happy Monday, ya'll...have a wonderful week!

Patti J.

44 comments:

kdnkdd said...

Super cute way to give a gift.

Audrey L. said...

So cute!

Jeanette Burnett said...

I would put different sweet treats for my grandkids

Glittered Paws said...

Love it - and I will take the salted caramel bisotti - thank you. What a cute divided box, and all cut by hand, awesome. Good job dear friend.

Lorene Holbrook said...

Well, chocolate! Love the use of the Rose paper. Beautiful!

Crafts For Angels Designs said...

I Just love your design. So many idea's to use this :)

Gail said...

Hi Ya Pattie - lovely divider box with handles - love the paper choice ~ this would make a great gift by filling with chocolate covered pretzels and Kind bars - [of course any items would go well inside this lovely find - Thanks for the hop! Have a blessed day! https://ilikepaper01.blogspot.com/ [utb01@att.net]

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Love love love love this! LOVING the colors!!!!!!!!!!

Sharing Moore said...

Such a cute little box!

Lori m said...

Beautiful gift box, love the paper and embellishment you've used, hugs, Lori m

Missy Dennis said...

This is perfect for gifting. The box itself is a beautiful gift.

Donna said...

What a fabulous project Patti!

Katydid Cards said...

This is such a great idea for giving treats! Thanks for the inspiration! It was fun hopping with you.

Beth Norman said...

You really do love making boxes. You mentioned that in a previous post. This one is darling.

Linda said...

What a beautiful box
this would come in handy for different occasions
Thank you!!!

D Q said...

I would fill it with ribbons and embroidery thread and a cross stitch pattern or two and pieces of fabric for a gift to a person who loves to sew.

Regina Easter said...

hey patti, what a super awesome fantastic box... and you got lots of goodies in that...i love it and also i appreciate you so much...thanks for all you do...hugs

Sheila H said...

I would fill that sweet box (pun intended!) with Halloween candy. It's so cool!

MarĂ­a Pilar said...

So lovely project, Patty!

Sue Reynolds said...

Love the divider treat box...should be could for K-cups as well. Great gift idea.

Dottie Lou Crisp said...

I would fill the box with yummy goodies, e.g., pretzel sticks with various dips and drizzles, tall peppermint sticks, and rock candy! So pretty!

Susie said...

Cute project! I think it would be nice to put some lotions and bath salts in it.

Linda S W said...

This box is so pretty
Love the flowers on it and the
way it's divided
Thank you

Deb Rauch said...

Super cute!

RelaxandScrap said...

That is an adorable box and I would fill with all kids of handmade embellishments, craft items for a friend

Fae said...

I'm not sure if I'm leaving multiple comments because I can't view when I post like on son=me of the other channels

Julie Odil said...

Great project! It seems like lots of hand cutting, but you did fantastic!

Tracy said...

This is so pretty! I love the box and the paper is gorgeous!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Wonderful gift idea. Love how you decorated it too.

Leanna Angi-White said...

I love this divider box! I would fill it with crafty supplies and gift it to a crafty friend. Hmmm...I'm thinking I better get started on those Christmas gifts. Thanks for sharing!

Talitha Wright said...

This divider box is really special! Great gift idea! Thanks.

red1979 said...

Adorable divider box! Good looking treats in there too! I think this would be cute in Halloween papers and filled with candy and some of those little glow sticks.

Angela Yearous said...

Great project

Jane's Designs said...

cute box would be fun to decorate for Christmas

Anita said...

What a beautiful gift idea!

Deb B said...

I would fill it with decorated office supplies for my grands in college.

Deb B said...

I would fill it with decorated office supplies for my collage aged grands.

Sue Kimmet said...

Pretty box, you got a lot in it, would make a great gift.

Pam Dement said...

So glad I got a new Facebook so I can follow. My gifted sister again. Luv you and your crafts.

Sue said...

Love this! You have decorated beautifully. I am thinking Christmas goodies would be great in it !

VeronicaA said...

Such a wonderful idea for gift giving. I would fill this box with coffee and all the trimmings. The paper you used is beautiful.

Lisa said...

This is fantastic! So beautiful!

Cheryl W. said...

What a fun and pretty box. I love Cutting Cafe files.

Sue said...

Beautiful, and loving the pretty papers you used. Look at all those goodies! Very nice, Patti.

Hugs
Sue