Monday, 28 December 2020

Amazing Paper Grace Candlewick Grand Pocket Dies - A Card and Pocket Box Video Demonstration

Hi folks

I hope you are doing OK and have been enjoying some down time during this somewhat strange Christmas period we find ourselves in.

I took that time to enjoy what I love to do best, papercrafting.

I have had the beautiful Candlewick Grand Pocket Dies for sometime now and spent Boxing Day getting creative with them. 

I made a pretty card and designed a pocket box which I am pleased to share with you today.

I love how the large pocket die can be used to create a beautiful and intricate card background.  I used it to create multiple pastel layers for this "Thank You" card.

The sentiment for this card is from the More Sentiments Glimmer Hot Foil Plates.

I decided to create what I have decided to name a "Pocket Box" which is this loved gift box idea.  It literally is an ornate pocket which holds a simple gift box/treat box.   It's an idea which I had mulling around in my head for a little while, and I love how successful it was turning it from a creative idea into reality.

It's really simple to make but looks pretty special.  I used my Elegant Twist Squares Etched Dies for the box base and this compliments the Candlewick Grant Pocket Die perfectly.

I have made a video demonstration and hope that you can find some time to have a little look and discover just how simple it is to create this special presentation box.

I hope you like the idea.  If you do decide to have a go at one, I would love for you to share it with me over on my crafty Facebook Page

That's it from me for today.  I do hope you will pop back as I have a somewhat unusual but fun project that I am really excited about, coming up very soon.

As a little footnote I would like to advise that recent samples of this beautiful Candlewick Grand Pocket die has meant that the demand for it has been extremely high and there are now only a few left in the market place.  Spellbinders will not be restocking it.   

However you can find links here at Amazon UK and other independent stockists in the UK and USA.

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

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Linda! You have a talent for taking monochrome cardstock and turning it into elegant gorgeous projects! Love these!


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