Simply Gifted

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Simply Gifted

Other Products: Purple posy card – Stampin Up!, purple bakers twine, gunmetal grey nuvo mousse

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Instructions: Click here to view another photo of this project. Die cut 6 of the box sides using purple posy card. Score and burnish all the fold lines. Die cut 6 each of the lid panels and the decorative square using paper from the collection and adhere to the panels.

Adhere the panels together to create the hexagon box. Diecut 2 hexagons - Glue one to the inside bottom of the box and the other to the outside base of the box.

Die cut 6 solid double hearts, 6 double decorative hearts and 6 single decorative hearts using purple posy. Cover the decorative hearts in nuvo mousse. Adhere the solid and decorative hearts together and adhere one to the top of each lid panel.

Interlock the box lid flaps and tie with purple bakers twine.

Make the flower: Stamp onto the flower shaping paper using Sweet plum ink. Add cantaloupe ink to the centre of the flower and colour the petals using lulu lavender. Die cut and add sweet plum to the outer edges of the petals. Place the flower face down into the mold and spritz with water. Place the top of the mold onto the flower and run through the diecutting machine to shape. Add additional dimension to the edge of the flowers using the golf tools. Allow to dry. Place a ball of hot glue in the centre of the flowers and cover with a mixture of the 3 prill colours. Allow to cool and remove the excess prills.

Make a leaf: Stamp onto flower shaping paper using bamboo leaves ink, colour using new sprout ink and die cut. Add shading using bamboo leaves ink. Place face down into the mold, spritz with water and place the top of the mold onto the flowers, run through the die cutting machine to shape. Allow to dry.

Hot glue a single flower and leaf onto the knotted bakers twine.


Created By Cheryl Morgan
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