Saturday, 7 November 2015

Chocolate Box Clutch Bag


Hello and thank you for stopping by today.

Today's project is this super cute little Chocolate Box Clutch Bag.


Designed to hold a very generous amount of your favourite chocolates, I thought this design would be a very sophisticated way in which to gift a choccie treat or two (........or more as you will see in the accompanying video tutorial !).

I clear embossed some beautiful butterflies from the stamp set Papillon Potpourri down the centre of the cardstock.

I used a variety of punches including the new Curvy Corner Tio Punch for the box and added a pretty embellishment from my crafty stash.

I used my Flower Shop stamp set and Pansy Punch for the pretty flower detail.  This link to a tutorial by France Martin gives clear and concise instructions on how to prepare the stamp set ready for use with the co-ordinating punch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxVfySyiYWM

Magnets have been used to create a "snap-shut" closure.   Here is a link which gives details of the magnets I use;

Instructions for creating the box can be found here on my You Tube tutorial.

 

I hope you like this project and why not have a go at making one yourself ? 
 
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16 comments:

  1. Thank you so much Linda for the awesome tutorial! Love this box!! Gloria Nunn (happy)

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    1. Thank you for such great feedback Gloria x

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  2. Beautiful !!! thank you so much Linda for sharing your tutorials with us
    Hope you have a blessed day

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  3. thank you Linda beautiful creation as always

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    1. Thank you Bev - pleased you like it x

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  4. Great tutorial. I really like your Chocolate Box!

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  5. Great tutorial. I really like your Chocolate Box!

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  6. Fabulous tutorial, thank you

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  7. Hi Linda
    I'm new to box making and find your instructions easy to follow.
    Thanks lynn

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  10. Thank you so much for such a interesting video great goal for us all to try its was wonderful

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