I had a lovely afternoon out with my hubby yesterday, at the Panoramic 34 restaurant, down near the Liverpool waterfront. Stacy had booked us afternoon tea there as part of our Silver wedding anniversary present, but as we were away for our anniversary, so she had booked it for this weekend.
She dropped us off and picked us up, so all we had to do was make the most of a couple of hours of free time.
The restaurant is on the 34th floor of a 38 floor apartment block, so the views were spectacular, we took loads of photo's and I will share some of the with you in my next post. The afternoon tea was delicious and we had a relaxing couple of hours.
Today I have an Easel card gift box to show you, made from The Paper Creator Christmas Easel Gift Boxes Mega Kit. There are 10 different designs in the mega kit, and at the moment it is on sale for only £5.
Each kit comes with a matching box, which holds the gift box, the top of the gift box is an easel card, and when you open the box, you pull out a little drawer that will hold a small gift.
I decided to make up the Santa Claus box.
I added a punched border to both the easel card and drawer front, as well as some pearls and a cord bow, I also used the cord to make a small handle for the drawer and another bow for the gift tag, which also comes in the kit.
Thanks for dropping in and taking a look