Other Products: Die cutting machine Cut’n’boss, heatgun, cheesecloth, Gutermann sewing thread, water mister, hot glue gun, hot glue, scissors, Stampin’pad Certaintly celery
For more tips on creating with the Wild Rose Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/2ALPhFnT-qI.
Instructions: Die cut 6 of the box sides in the Wild rose paper collection. Score and burnish all the fold lines. Die cut 6 each of the lid panels and the decorative square in green paper and adhere to the panels.
Diecut 1 hexagon and adhere the panels together and on the hexagon to create the box.
Make 3 flowers: 1 big, 1 medium, 1 small. Stamp using archival plum ink onto flower shaping paper, colour the centre with certaintly celery and shade the rest of the flower using Plum ink. Colour the reverse of the flowers in plum and diecut with the coordinate die. Place facedown into the flower shaping mold, spritz with water and run through the diecutting machine to shape. When dry, give further shape with Deluxe flower shaping kit tools. Poke a hole in the centre of the flowers and add stamens, secure with hot glue. Make leaves with the fern green ink and the appropriate stamps, die and mold.
Interlock the box lid flaps. On one flap only, glue cheesecloth and sewing thread. Arrange the flowers and leaves together to create a bouquet. Add wire to make a vine effect. Also add floral accessories.
And then you have a pretty and easily made box!