Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Oh So Eclectic Interlocking Circles Gift Box - Video Tutorial with Stampin' Up Products


For somebody that doesn't normally 'do' DSP I seem to be using it a lot at the moment. 

Today's box is a little bit special I think - not only does it show off the lovely new Naturally Eclectic DSP, it also has a really clever opening made from 4 interlocking circles.


The circles lift open to reveal a lovely lined inside - this does two jobs, as well as adding a little wow factor it also hides all of the joins nicely to give a really neat finish.

The lid stays closed all by itself but I've added a little extra wow factor with a belly band made of linen thread and some stamped and die cut images from the coordinating Oh So Eclectic bundle - love that watercolour look. 



It might look complicated to make but it really isn't - watch my YouTube video HERE to see just how simple it it.





As always, if you would like to buy any Stampin' Up products, you can shop on line 24/7 in my online shop HERE, or get in touch at craftycarolinecreates.com and it would be my pleasure to help. 



If you would like to learn more about the benefits of being a Stampin' Up demonstrator click HERE, I would love to have you join my team.

Caroline x x


https://ida.stampinup.com/?demoid=5010183




Dimensions_

DSP - 5 by 5 inches, score at 1 inch on all 4 sides

DSP 4-7/8 by 4-7/8, score at 1 inch on all 4 sides

Circles have a 3 inch diameter, score at 1½ inch and 2-1/4 inch

7 comments:

  1. Really want to see the video but link won't work on my iPad. Xx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oops! So sorry, was my fault not your iPad - all fixed now.

      Delete
  2. Love this project, Caroline! And your video makes it super easy. Thanks for sharing!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Me encanto,lo voy hacer,muy agradecida.

    ReplyDelete
  4. your dimensions on the written blog, say the circles are 1" in diameter. They are 3" in diameter. I made one today with old DSP and put in a key chain with a happy face with hearts for eyes. It was very well received.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Also, I used the stitched circle die cut for my circles.

      Delete