It's really not all that bad! Of course, I suppose the beer bottle sitting there at 9:30 AM might be potentially embarassing if I didn't let you know that I was just too lazy when I left the craft room last night to pick up after myself. Ah well, maybe I will just leave it now and let it be a conversation piece.
Anywho, once I made a clearing, I got busy and made a little gift box with my snazzy, new, Martha Stewart Scoring Board. Oh, yes. I am loving that thing. Snatched one up at Michael's (before I was mad at them), when they had them on sale. $12 isn't too bad, and I am finding it to be well worth the money.
This first picture is the top of the box. The box is 6" x 6" x 3" and is made using two 12" x12" pieces of cardstock. I used some Glitter Christmas cardstock from DCWV. I just followed the guide for this box size that comes with the Score Board.
I decorated the top with this little snowman. He is from an old TAC set, but you can use any Snowman or Christmas image. Stamped in black, colored him using Prismacolor Pencils, cut him out and stuck him to the scalloped circle with some dimensional dots. The scalloped circle die is from Nestabilities, which I also popped up with some dimensional dots.
Now I have to get to some real work. If only laundry was as fun as stamping. Ha!