Priority mail box
Stampin' Up papers and cardstock
Stampin' Up white bakers twine
Sizzix vine and flower die cut
Luminart Paint - Sunflower and Rose Gold
**Tip - make sure to find molds you will use a lot, and make up a bunch of them ahead of time! This way - when you need them, they are made and ready to go!!!
Step one: Start with the box and cut the flaps from the top of the box.
Step two: Start with the papers for the inside with the bottom first - then the 2 small sides, finishing with the 2 longer sides.
Step three: Add the outside papers - starting with the small sides first - then the longer sides.
Step four: Cut a "V" on each corner - to allow for the paper to be folded down to the inside. Make sure you use adhesive to glue it to the inside to hold it down.
Step five: Take a white sheet of cardstock - measure to just a bit smaller than the side of the box - border punch around the top and bottom edge.
Step six: Take the vine die cuts and the flowers (I used two for each flower and layered) - and add them to the front on top of the white sheet from step five.
Step seven: Paint the already molded (and dried) flowers in the Sunflower and Rose Gold to go on top of the flowers - 2 of each color. Then take 2 small flowers, paint in Sunflower and 1 larger one and paint in Rose Gold - add to bottom corner.
Step eight: Finish with the bakers twine going around the whole box and making a bow at the front!
Step nine: Add your scrapbook/creative items to the inside of the box and get ready to make more!!!
Great to simply add things you are working on - at the time you need them, putting away when you simply do not have the time TO do something... Plus you can simply grab a new box and alter it as you change designs or you find a new paper design you want to use! Make more than one using one printed and solid pack that coordinates! I know this will help me get very organized, keeping out only what I need at the time! Easy project - can be used for so many things and so many rooms!
Creative Paperclay Design Team 2016