I make this every birthday for each of my children to take into school for their friends. My mother used to make one for me when I was little, so I’ve carried on with this little tradition.
Today I will be showing you how to add foil to your projects without the need of heat! This technique will work with most projects and it’s really simple too 🙂
These are probably one of the cutest, sweetest, dinkiest projects that I’ve made in a while and I cannot wait to give these out! Plus, you can make 9 of these from a 12×12 piece of paper!
I love how these little boxes look when they are together – they make the perfect teacher gift or making for a craft fair.
We have a special project today that also comes with a discount code for the papers and elements used to make them. We are also learning how to print on acetate with your inkjet printer! Yes, you heard that correctly!
I really enjoyed making these and can’t wait to hang them on a small table top Christmas tree! They also look so cute lined up together on my desk and my daughter has already told me which one is hers 🙂
Today’s project is a lovely stack of gift boxes and I also show you how to get that ribbon wrapped around without 1. needing spare hands & 2. no boxes falling over and ribbon everywhere!
For this quick & easy treat box, I have used the new stunning Christmas collection called Shimmer from Nitwit collections. This collection boasts the bright traditional Christmas colours of red & green, teamed with a crisp white and a little sparkle. I get to use this collection again and again as it’s a printable! The […]
Welcome to the last day of Christmas in July…today we are making a layered box with trays for Ferrero Rochers or any other treats you fancy.
These ones are so cute that I’m going to make a whole lot more to hang on my tree. Or even perhaps an Advent tree?
Welcome to Day 3 of Christmas in July! Today, we will be making a beautiful presentation gift box for a mini champagne and flute – and it’s very simple to make.
Welcome to Day 2 of Christmas in July! Today we will be making a Nordic/Scandinavian inspired gift box using the lovely new Christmas range from Crafter’s Companion.
Welcome to Day 1 of Christmas in July and I’m so excited to get this series started! Today, we are making a gift box for a mini bottle of wine.
I have a new toy to add to my collection of punch boards…this one is the Pillow Box Punch Board and I’ve been having a lot of fun getting to know it. Here is a quick project along with a demonstration on how to use it.
We’ll be using our inks as watercolours today and this technique is perfect for those that haven’t had a try yet. This beautiful floral look is the easiest to achieve, so why not give it a try today.
This project originally started as something else – which is turning out to be quite a habit! So this one turned itself into a wedding favour, but don’t worry…the original idea is still in my head and will appear at some point.
Since I shared this cute little box last week, I have had requests for a tutorial….so here it is!
Stampin’Up!’s Clear Treat Boxes are ideal for making favours and treat boxes – you can have a bunch of treats ready to go in no time at all.
Making this ultra cute satchel to fill with a gift (baby shoes?) or treats is really simple with the gift bag punch board. Perfect for babies, children and adults alike!
I was absolutely delighted to catch a glimpse of this month’s Simply Cards & Papercraft Magazine – One of my pretty boxes had made it onto the front cover!