Monday, 16 March 2020

Spellbinders March 2020 Clubs Inspiration Blog Hop


Hi everybody

I was thrilled to be invited to join the Spellbinders March 2020 Clubs Inspiration Blog Hop.  This Blog Hop is intended to showcase designs that can be achieved using kits available from the various Clubs run by Spellbinders.

If you have arrived here from Kathy's Blog, then "hello".   I am so pleased to welcome you to my Blog.   I would love you to take a little time out to find out about my project for this Blog Hop, and leave me a comment before heading over to Varada's Blog.

I was sent the Amazing Paper Grace March Die of the Month by Spellbinders, and this is the project I designed specifically for today's Blog Hop.  It's my large open top presentation box.



My presentation box is very sturdy.  I used white 300 gsm card stock and I can tell you it is super strong enough to hold this whopping helping of chocolates.

I tied some silver corded elastic under the rim beneath the decorative top and slipped the white ribbon around it and tied the bow which sits securely in place.

The following photos form a little pictorial which takes you step by step through the process of creating my box.  I do hope you like it.





ONCE YOU HAVE SCORED THIS SQUARE PIECE (ABOVE), CUT AWAY THE FOUR SMALL SQUARE CORNERS






*  PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WIDTH OF THE 4" X 4" PIECE OF CARD STOCK TO LINE THE INSIDE OF YOUR BOX WILL PROBABLY NEED TO BE TRIMMED TO FIT, SO KEEP A PAPER TRIMMER HANDY.


I hope you find this easy to follow, but for those of you who are not fans of pictorials, I have put together this YouTube video tutorial, showing you how to make my box:-


GIVEAWAY:



To celebrate this release, Spellbinders are giving away a $50 gift certificate to 5 lucky blog readers - selected from the comments on this blog hop.  So leave me a comment here and then hop along for additional chances to win.   The Giveaway closes on Sunday, March 22nd at 11.59 pm EDT.   The winner will be announced in the Blog Hop post the following Tuesday.   The winner will be responsible for shipping costs, duties and taxes.

This illustration below shows what dies are included in the Amazing Paper Grace March Die of the Month set which is called Elegant Infinity:-
Click illustration for full details of the Spellbinders Clubs
I have enjoyed being a part of this Blog Hop, and there are some other really super projects being shared.  Just click on the links below for more creative inspiration:-

Spellbinders Blog
Yana Smakula
Nichol Spohr
Tina Smith
Bibi Cameron
Jean Manis
Henriƫtte van Mierlo
Daniel West
Gemma Campbell
Dina Kowal
Virginia Lu
Jenny Colacicco
Jill Hilliard
Joy Baldwin
Jennifer Snyder
Marie Heiderscheit
Ashley Tucker
Svitlana Shayevich
Rebecca Luminarias
Brenda Noelke
Kathy Clement
Linda Parker
Varada Sharma
Hussena Calcuttawala
Jeanne Jachna
Michelle Short
Yasmin Diaz
Laurie Willison
Ilina Crouse
Laura Volpes
Alicia Havranek
Channin Pelletier
Michelle Zerull
Annie Williams
Sheri Holt
Norine Borys
Ivana Camdzic
Desiree Kuemmerle

Thank you for visiting and enjoy the rest of your day.

Linda xx
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50 comments:

  1. What a pretty box and great way to use this beautiful die! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Thank you so much Denise - I am chuffed to bits you like it x

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  3. love your video and your project - very clear instructions and so inspiring to try for myself - thank you:)

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  4. Thanks Dee for your kind feedback. x

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  5. I love to make goody boxes. This one is fancy! NICE job.

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  6. Such a pretty little candy box! So sweet looking in the pink. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Wonderful pictures and instructions for the box completion. Watching the video now for a better look.

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  8. Thanks you for your tutorial and for sharing your gorgeous decorative box. I love Becca's dies and this is just exquisite

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    1. Thank you so much Karen - I love Becca's dies too. x

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  9. What a cool box! Looks so elegant and delightful!

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  10. Pretty little box. Your instructions are great.

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  11. Amazingly beautiful box!!! Thank you for such wonderful instructions!!

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  12. Great pictures showing exactly how to make this. Nice card.

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    1. Thank you for such a nice enthusiastic response Kathy x

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    1. Thank you Cheriese - so pleased you like it x

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  15. A beautiful box and really clear instructions. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you so much for the lovely feedback x

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    2. Love the box and thank you for sharing such detailed instructions. Thanks.

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  16. Wow! Such a gorgeous and easy project. I love the pink and just the elegance of your box. I am not subscribed to this club, but I saved the video to watch later, as this is a great tutorial! Thank you so much for sharing your inspiration with us!

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  17. Lovely project. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  18. Gorgeous box! Love that Amazing Paper Grace dies are so versatile with elegant designs! tfs Hugs, Christine

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  19. What a fun as well as pretty project!

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  20. Such elegant packaging for those yummy treats, thanks for sharing your creative video!

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  21. A lovely treat to keep after the treats inside are gone!

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  22. This is a beautiful and elegant project. Thanks for the detailed tutorial. It is very helpful.

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  23. Oh Wow! What a gorgeous looking box! I didn't know they made 300g. papers! Thanks for the tip and tutorial! These Spellbinders dies are gorgeous! Suzy Q

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  24. This is so beautiful. Thanks for sharing the tutorial with us.

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  25. Yummy looking candies in that gorgeous box! Beautiful colors and details on your project!

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  26. This is amazing and who wouldn't want to receive a lovely box like this filled with chocolate. The box is a gift by itself.

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  27. What a beautiful box, I love the diecut details!

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  28. Love the box and your share on how you had created it. Thank you for sharing!

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  29. The box is very pretty. Thank you for the step by step instructions.

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  30. Very pretty box for these chocolates.

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