I have so many new things to show you that I am resulting to bullet point to organise this blog!!!! I haven’t blogged for a while so I’ve built up quite a little backlog of projects I’d like to share with you!
- More Autumn Harvest Cards, Candle Wraps and Scrapbooking
- Dazzle You with Razzleberry
- Lots of Bots Party Cards, Gift Box or Birthday Favour Box
So to get started… Here is my favourite of the Autumn Harvest Candle Wraps I have created…
and I am hoping My Mum doesn’t check out this post – here is the Mother’s Day card I have made for her…
And another Autumn Harvest Card:
And a Scrapbook Page:
I love the layering effect of all of these fabulous coordinating papers… Am I ever going to tire of this colour palette? I just love it so much!
General Project Recipe
Autumn Harvest DSP, Soft Suede and Eggplant Card with other Earth Elements Colours, Ink – Chocolate Chip, Soft Suede, Elegant Eggplant, Ruby Red, Old Olive, Kiwi Kiss, Summer Sun, Pumpkin Pie (Watercoloured Images), Stampsets- Embrace Life, Autumn Flair Hostess Sets, Wonderful Favourites, Big Shot – Polkadot Embossing Folder, Buttons Sizzlit, Timeless Junior Alphabet, Ribbon and Embellishments – Soft Suede Polkadot Grosgrain, Linen Thread
And Now for those of you who haven’t been introduced to the dazzling properties of our Rich Razzleberry Colour…
This basket is so easy to make and is adapted from a basic one square favour box I have used for the Lots of Bots Party Favour coming up so keep scrolling if you are interested to find out the details…
Isn’t this THANKS Embosslit just gorgeous? Again using my baby Big Shot…
Now for my favourite Boys stamp of the moment – Lots of Bots:
I have created a Birthday card and Gift Box, as well as a smaller Party favour Box – I plan on using this for Laurenz’s 6th birthdya coming up and my invitation will feature the Robot stamp too – just need to order the Please come invite stamp set so keep your eyes out for that post!
My colour scheme is Yoyo Yellow, Tangerine tango and Taken with Teal. I have used Stampin Pastels and Blender Pens to colour my images.
Gift Box – this uses an entire piece of 12×12 card
Smaller Party Favour Box – this is created from a 21cm x 21cm square (cut from A4)
Are you ready to see how easy it is to make these boxes?
This is not a printable template – just an indication for measurements and cut lines. One you have scored your grid and cut along the 4 cutlines, you can fold it all the way up for a square box, or fold it to your desired angle and secure with a staple for an angled favour box like I have made. A great tip for quick results with the least “fuss” is to angle the sides and place your handle on the inside – securing all with one staple per side – yes just one staple holds each side and the handle together.