Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Botanical Blooms No Glue Gift Box !


So I have been playing with yet more lovelies from the new 2016 Spring/Summer Catalogue.

I fell in love with this bundle of Botanical Bundle of Botanical Blooms Stamp Set, Botanical Building Framelits Dies and Botanical Gardens Design Series Paper.   All these item purchased together as a co-ordinating bundle of beauty will save you 15% off the cost you would incur if you were to buy them each individually.

I knew I wanted to make a box to showcase the exotic blooms, so I re-visited a box which was the subject of one of my You Tube tutorials a couple of years ago.  The box I made then was a small "No Stick Box" to hold a couple of nail varnishes.

So I decided to re-size and came up with a box which will hold six Ferrero Rocher chocolates or perhaps some nice soap or bath bombs.

I love the exotic appeal of these flowers co-ordinated with the pretty Designer Series Paper.

I hope you love them too, and have made this new You Tube tutorial which gives you instructions on how you too can create the "No Stick Box".   The only adhesive used was to make the belly band and adhere the flowers.  The box itself requires no adhesive at all.




Thank you for stopping by today.

Linda xx


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5 comments:

  1. Linda I just adore your tutorials,and this one is so lovely,elegant I can't wait to get my products to make it,thank you for always sharing. I live in the U.S.A.
    Connie Stewart is my demonstrator.

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  2. Linda I just adore your tutorials,and this one is so lovely,elegant I can't wait to get my products to make it,thank you for always sharing. I live in the U.S.A.
    Connie Stewart is my demonstrator.

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  3. Linda, what a Beautiful box and a wonderful tutorial! I love your videos and all of your creations, not to mention your accent! I live in the USA in Texas. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  4. I made one of these boxes, and it looked pretty cool with the Realtree treebark camo paper I used (Wish WRMK or SU would get some). I do wonder what the dimensions would be if one wanted a flap on the front of the box

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  5. Thanks for sharing wonderful vidéo nice project to do
    Françoise

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