10 Responses to “Mini Pizza Gift Box with Majestic Labels One!”

  1. Great project. Thanks for the step by step instructions. I like the videos too, but sometimes it’s easier for me to follow along if I can see each step so I can make sure I’m doing the project correctly.

  2. Beautiful Sherry. I truly appreciated your step by step, because in all honesty I couldnt figure out quite how these dies worked and now I do. Your step by step and explanation as to why made this crystal clear for me. Thank you.

  3. This is very creative! Thanks for the step by step instructions. That helps a bunch!

  4. I love this, Sherry! Thanks for the great tutorial. I know how much work that was!

  5. that makes for a very elegant box!!

  6. I love how this looks as a box top

  7. Ahhhh, misting with water….. duh me. (I’m die cut challenged) LOVE the step out tutorial….that is exactly what I need. The box is gorgeous!!!!!! I love the white die cuts on top of that black.


  8. Love the black and white combo, Sherry, for the box. Your instructions look easy enough for me to try, so will give it a shot for a Valentine gift! Thank you!

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