Sunday, 21 June 2020

Cute Creature Treat Boxes - Video Demonstration

Hi everyone. 

With all the doom and gloom that surrounds us during lockdown and this horrible pandemic, I really wanted to create a fun project.   I was trawling through Pinterest and I did find lots of punch art projects which made me smile, and I thought that it would be nice to use the inspiration I found there to put together these cute creature treat boxes.    Once you have the basic treat box base, you could have a blast using your dies or punches to create lots of funny/cute creatures or characters.



So, I thought that today I would drop by with a video demonstration for you.   It's been a little while since my last one, due primarily to the fact that lockdown has given me a few challenges, one being that my husband is working throughout lockdown in the room adjacent to my craft room.  As the walls are paper thin and a great deal of his time is spent on the telephone, or in conference calls, this leaves me little time to knuckle down and record any videos because of all the distractions and the noise.     I am not a night time crafter.

However, I did manage to find time to record this video demonstration recently and wanted to share it with you.




I think these would make great favour boxes for kiddies parties.

Anyway, I do hope you like the idea and maybe you will enjoy putting something similar together.   If you enjoy crafting with your children or grandchildren, you could have a fabulous time conjuring up some different designs together.

I used my Gemini Stitch Edge Circle dies and my Creative Stitched & Pierced Nesting Hearts Dies together with some handy punches that I have in my stash.   I am sure if you enjoy papercrafting, you will have similar items in your own crafty stash.

Thank you for popping by and I do hope you will visit me again.

Bye for now and ........................."happy crafting everybody!"

Linda xx
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6 comments:

  1. These are so cute, Linda x

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  2. These are so adorable!!! Can't wait to try them for our grandchildren!

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    1. Thanks Patti - I hope you enjoy some quality crafting time with your grandchildren x

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  3. Thanks for the tutorial Linda. These are super cute.

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  4. Thank you - I am so pleased you like the idea x

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