Raspberry Rose Gift Box
Other Products: Martha Stewart scoreboard, white pearl cardstock, glue stick gun, Gallery soft oil pastels 209, 242, wire, kitchen foil, ribbon, clear glass beads, maroon colored ink pad
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 using Wild Rose Paper Collection. Score and fold all the lines. Die cut 6 each of the lid panels and the decorative square using Wild Rose Paper Collection and adhere to the panels. Adhere the panels together to create the hexagon box. Diecut 2 hexagons bases and glue it one to the inside bottom of the box and other to the outside base. Die cut 6 single decorative hearts and plain hearts using Wild Rose Paper Collection. Adhere the decorative hearts to the top of lids panels and adhere one to the side of each panel. Interlock the box lid flaps and place flowers on the top.
Stamp the Large Wild Rose Cling Stamp Set on foam paper with StazOn Ink Pad - Black Cherry and cut using the coordinating dies. Colour with Gallery soft oil pastels 209 and 242. You will need 6 petals for flower to create a rose. Use an iron or heat gun to heat the petals and when they start to shrink move them on the Molding Mat and press on the middle using shaping tool - using bigger one. Use wire and kitchen foil to create flower bud. Layer the petals together using the hot glue gun. Build a rose. Add a little hot glue to the underside of the flower to adhere. Sponge the petals with dries clear adhesive and sprinkle with Crystal Ultrafine Transparent Glitter and Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear glitter.
Stamp the leaves using Large Wild Rose Cling Stamp Set on the white paper with Memento Dye Ink Pad - Bamboo Leaves, cut out with the coordinating die, and shade using this same ink and shape. Shape leaves using Mold as shown on the video. Adhere the flowers and leaves to gift box using a hot glue gun. Attach ribbon next to it.
Fussy cut a sentiment ticket from paper collection and place onto the card using adhesive foam strips. Using the red rose hip stamens sponge with maroon colored ink. Dip stamen into dries clear glue then dip into clear glass beads. Once completely dry, sponge stamens with maroon colored ink pad to accent the clear beads to create a raspberry effect. Arrange flowers and leaves around as shown, using foam adhesive and hot glue.