Friday, 18 September 2015

Christmas Tag Gift Box using Wonderous Wreath by Stampin' Up.

Christmas Tag Gift Box using Wonderous Wreath by Stampin' Up.


So it's Friday and you're expecting a video from me, I am sorry I'm late in publishing it today, Eva decided she didn't want to sleep last night so I was in zombie mode this morning and jsut didn't get a change to publish this first thing.

The good news is that I have not one, but two video tutorials for you to day!

The first is a how to for the beautiful little box. I've made it to hold some matching gift tags, I find these always go down well as gifts in the run up to Christmas and also sell well at craft fairs.

The box is a really good size however and would also nicely hold lots of different things.


I made two different colour combinations, a traditional theme using Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive and Mossy Meadow and a more contemporary version with Smokey Slate, Lost Lagoon and Night of Navy. 


The beautiful wreath is built up using Wonderous Wreath by Stampin' Up - it comes with matching framelits which makes cutting out the shape a breeze - the words Noel and Joy also come with that framelit set.

I said I had two videos for you - the first shows you how to make the box, click HERE to view if you're reading in your email.



The second is a short 'how to' video showing just how the multi-step stamp set works to build up that wonderous wreath. Click HERE to watch if you're reading in your email.



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Dimensions:

Card stock- 8 by 11 inches
Score on 4 sides at 1inch
then score the long side at 5 inches and 6 inches.

Divider card stock measures 7-1/2 by 3-7/8 inches
Score the long side at 3, 3-3/4 and 4-1/2 inches



7 comments:

  1. Hi Caroline, hope you are feeling less in 'Zombie mode' now - I feel like that most of the time, and don't have the excuse of a restless child! Love todays little project, and the divider is such a good idea. Love the contemporary colours you have chosen - fabulous! Thanks for sharing. x

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    1. Thanks Karen, a glass of wine this evening has helped, certainly feeling less zombie but very much ready for bed now x x

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  2. Love your Project today. Nice size box. Thank you for sharing and the video.

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    1. Thanks Sandi - really pleased to hear you like it x x

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    2. Thanks Sandi - really pleased to hear you like it x x

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  4. hi Caroline if I want to make a deeper box that is instead of 1 inch if I want a dept of 11/4 or 11/2 inch what should my center score line be

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