Other Products: Coffee Plum Archival inks, Brushed Corduroy Distress inks. Other: Cream Gold card stock, SUP linen string, Hot glue gun, Double sided tape
Here's a tutorial on how to make the Vintage Floret roses www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFOka1vdK7Q. Watch this video https://youtu.be/Gnaj5vc8_b0 to learn how to create DIY treat boxes.
Instructions: The measurement of this box when completed is, 7.2 cm x 14 cm. To make the box with a lid: Die cut the box form x 2. Adhere the box together. To make the box lining: the side measurement less 1mm. Add all side measurements together plus 1 cm. (This gives you the length, 2.4 cm, 9.3 cm, 11.7 cm, 18.6 cm, 19.6cm.These measurements are the fold lines.) The height is how high you want it, as long as it is at least 1.5 cm. This box is 12 cm. Fold all the fold lines. Note: before adhering together make sure the extension fits snuggly into the box, if not, make any adjustments needed. Apply double side tape or glue to adhere in place. You need to now cut and adhere card stock to this extension, so you will only have 3.8 cm extension showing. Box cover. Cut card stock pieces to cover all sides, top and bottom of this box. Apply the distress ink to all the card stock edges. Stamp the background snowflakes with both Archival inks randomly. Apply one more layer with the essential glue pad and then dip into the glitter. Adhere to the box. Make the roses and leaf sprays. From the linen string make double loops x 2, this will be adhered between the leaves and roses on the lid. Make the bow by cutting the bow x 3 to make a triple bow. Stamp the bird. Arrange and adhere all the made embellishments.
Created By: Susan Smit