Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Origami Box With Presentation Box Part 2 - The Presentation Box

Today I am very happy to be sharing my video tutorial for the Presentation Box I designed to hold the pretty little Origami Box which I posted here on my Blog yesterday.

I have to say that my little Origami Box received a great reaction from subscribers to my Youtube Channel and on Facebook.

So, as promised, today I can share Part 2 of my video tutorial for the Presentation Box.  Just click the picture link below.

I loved putting this project together and I have been really happy with positive feedback received.

Thanks for stopping by.

Bye for now.

Linda x

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Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Origami Box in Share What You Love DSP - Video Tutorial Part 1

I have been wanting to make one of these cute little Origami Boxes for some time now.

This cute little box has a reasonable capacity and is ideal for small gifts, i.e. jewellery, sweeties, make-up.   Mine has a reinforced lid and is really quite sturdy.

Anyway, I decided to go one step further with this project and have also designed a little presentation box for it.

I have made a two-part video tutorial - one for the little Origami Box and one for the Presentation Box.

Below is a link to Part 1 - instructions for making the the Origami Box.

Part 2 of the video tutorial for the presentation box will be published tomorrow.

Thanks for looking and have a great day.

Linda xx

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Monday, 16 July 2018

A Name Shaped 30th Birthday Card for Sara in Pretty Flirty Flamingo

We have a birthday in the family - a 30th Birthday .....and I have been dying to share this card with you. 

My son's lovely girlfriend reaches that milestone birthday today, and by golly it does make me feel old.  I can remember approaching mine with fear thinking it sounded terribly old - and now I am well on my way to doubling that  !!!)

Anyway I like to try and make a personalised cards when I can, and for this card, out came my Scan n Cut. 

I have always liked Word/Name Shaped Cards and this is my first try.  It was super easy thanks to an excellent video tutorial by John Bloodworth The Gentleman Crafter (apart from struggling to get the right size to fit a C6 envelope, but I managed after a little trial and error).

I used Flirty Flamingo card stock for the card base and some gorgeous Brights 6 x 6 DSP to spell out Sara's name.

I stamped out the sentiment using stamps from both the Thoughtful Banners and Make a Difference stamp sets before cutting out a cute little birthday banner.  I added some die cut flowers (a non-SU brand) and the leaves are from the Foliage Frame Framelits Dies.

Holding my breath now and waiting to find out if she likes it.  Hope you do too.

Thanks for looking.  See you again soon.

Bye for now.

Linda xx

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Sunday, 15 July 2018

Subtle Embossing, Stitched Labels & A Little Thank You

Keeping it very simple - today (if a little late) I have a simple yet stylish card in Crumb Cake and Whisper White.

Like yesterday's cards, I used the lovely new Subtle Dynamic Textured Embossing Folder for my base layer.  The embossed impression is just as the title suggests, really subtle and soft.

The Stitched Labels Framelits Die which I selected creates a perfect and pretty background topper for the lovely bold Thank You die-cut, of which the top layer is in matching Crumb Cake card stock adhered to three Whisper White die-cuts of the same word, providing super and distinctive dimension.

I added some ribbon and linen twine just for added texture.

I rather like the finished card - its understated and everything is just very subtle.

That's it from me.  Off to watch the World Cup Final.

Bye for now.

Linda xx

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