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This month's blog hop has the theme Halloween/Amazing Autumn.  I chose to make things autumn because I always make small gifts for family at Thanksgiving. I love bundles so I used the Acorny Thank You stamp set and Acorn Builder Punch for my projects.  The first project is not something I would normally make but I wanted something especially for one of my nephews and this one is perfect.  He sings to his own tune so this collage box was perfect!

Nut collage box

I am putting a gift card and package of nuts in the above box.  The box was made using the Square Pillow Box Thinlits dies.

Below I used the Tag a Bag Gift Box to decorate.  Two views show how it was put together. This box will also have nuts in it but will also have dark chocolate because the family member receiving this adores both.  Again the same bundle along with other products (listed below)

Cello box

Cello thankful box

Thank you for hopping this month.  I hope you will subscribe to my blog so you do not miss out on any of my posts.  Now hop on over to Lisa's blog to see her creation!  You will enjoy this hop.

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Colleen Vassos

You always make such beautiful packages. Love the different looks-and that pillow box is stunning with the corrugated paper. I need to use that beautiful ribbon. Thanks for sharing, Phyllis!

Amber Swift

I just love that fall paper. It is so yummy :) And you made two beautiful boxes with it. I'm sure the recipients will love them :)

Lisa Curcio

Oh my, Phyllis, this is awesome! I love it...just as I love all your projects!

Sue Lehrer

Love your beautiful projects, Phyllis!!!

Diane Evans

Phyllis, you are the master of these 3D projects. Thanks for sharing

Kristine Lutrario

I love all your projects! You inspire me every month!

 Lynn Streifert

I love your Thanksgiving gift ideas Phyllis thanks for sharing!

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