Create an elegant Christmas Gift Box the quick & EZ Way!

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Create an elegant Christmas Gift Box the quick & EZ Way!

Saturday October 19, 2019
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Hey Friend!

Are you a crafter that loves to create one of a kind Christmas gifts and would love to know how to create a quick & EZ  gift box, but you just don’t know where to get started?  Join us as we take you through the steps to create a gift box your friends and family will love this Christmas.

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 Christmas Gift Box Tutorial

Let's get crafting together!

Directions: 

Step 1: Upcyle a box of potato chips (which you will have previously emptied!) and wrap one sheet of Heartfelt Creations Candy Cane Cottage Christmas collection paper all around it. Trim the paper to the right size if necessary.

Diecut two of the Starry Night decorative borders and adhere at the top and bottom of the Pringles tube over the designer paper.

Step 2: Stamp the poinsettias and the holly leaves from the Christmas Poinsettia & Holly Cling Stamp set with black archival ink on Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper. Next color the petals with red ink. Diecut with the coordinating die. 

Step 2A : Die cut the flowers with the coordinating die. Shape the flowers by using the 3D Shaping Mold placing your flowers stamp side down. You can give further shape with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit tools if you wish. Add stamens in the centers of the flowers.  Watch this video here to learn more about shaping these flowers.

Top Tip: Lightly spritz the poinsettias and holly leaves with water before running through mold through the diecutting machine.

Step 3: Tie together the wire stems of the stamens to make bouquets of Poinsettias. Place cheesecloth and sewing thread on your box.

Top Tip: Wrap the stamen wire stems with green floral tape and shape to add interest to the bouquets.

Step 4: Place your poinsettias and holly leaves over the cheesecloth and adhere using hot glue.

Top Tip: Use the Heat It tool to shrink hot glue strings.

Step 5: Add a ticket sentiment from the paper collection and some  glitter for the final touch.  

Tutorial by Designer Veronique Levasseur.

Have fun creating your own boxes! We love to see what you create too, share your projects with us on our Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/HeartfeltCreations

What do you love about what you just saw? Leave us a commnet below, we love to hear what you have to say!

Here is a list of supplies used so you can make one too!

Heartfelt Creations Products Used:

 

Starry Night Decorative Die

 

Christmas Poinsettia & Holly Die

 

Christmas Poinsettia & Holly Cling Stamp Set

 

3D Christmas Poinsettia Shaping Mold

 

Candy Cane Cottage Paper Collection

 

 

Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper Pack of 50 - White

 

Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit

 

Pastel Bead Stamens-Medium

 

Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30

 

Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Jet Black

 

Crystal Ultrafine Transparent Glitter 1/2 oz.

Heat It Craft Tool

 

5pc. Acrylic Block Set

 

Spellbinders Tool N' One

 

Stamp Mat Pad

 

StazOn Stamp Cleaner

Other Products Used: Die cutting machine, cheesecloth, Gutermann sewing thread, water mister, hot glue gun, hot glue, scissors, Ice Stickles gold, Stampin’pad Cherry Cobbler, an empty Pringles can, funnel tray

 

 


SHARON ROSELLI
Thank you for this useful how to tutorial! I have all the stuff I need to make it. Great idea about the cheesecloth.
Saturday 19th of October 2019 12:38 PM
URSULA LONGWORTH
Wow what an amazing project, would be great to fill with homemade biscuits, etc for any occasion, not just for Christmas.....thank you...luv Ursula xx
Monday 21st of October 2019 02:24 PM
DORINA DENTON
Gorgeous idea and I love this collection. Great tutorial showing how to do it, but I've never heard of using cheesecloth and thread to the box before. Something new. Thanks.
Monday 21st of October 2019 06:27 PM