We liked the Sweet Little Box we featured in yesterday’s post so much that we made a different version of it on yesterday’s show.

When you watch the video later in this blog post, you’ll see that Ann explained how she made the first one. Then she showed how to make this second version of the box.

Sweet Little Box
Sweet Little Box

Both boxes feature Evening Evergreen, but they look so different! Its hard to choose which one we like better.

The Blending Brushes really turn the embossed Soft Succulent darker and make the ferns pop.

You can get these Sweet Little Boxes now, but they do not appear in the recently released Annual Catalog.

Sweet Little Box
Sweet Little Box

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Ann usually stamps for about 45 minutes. She doesn’t watch the clock much, but it’s as if inside she knows when it’s time to be done. But because her voice is weakened right now, she quickly did the project in about 20 minutes.

You Can Make This Sweet Little Box

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