Design Challenge: White,Gold and Silver Christmas Box

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Hello,

This is Jackeline, for this month Elizabeth Craft Design Challenge I designed a gift box using  Els Van Burgt Studio Collection dies.

Let’s get Started:

  1. Cut a rectangle piece of  14 1/4 x 4 3/4. Make 2 vertical score lines dividing the rectangle in 3 pieces.
  2. Make 2 horizontal score lines leaving 1/4 of inch in each end on the rectangle. (See picture below)
  3. Cut 2 rectangle pieces of 7 x 41/4, and using Tag & More 9-Sparkle die cut the top parts of the rectangle pieces
  4. Cut 2 pieces double side adhesive tape of 5 x 41/4.
  5. Cut some Poinsettia flowers with the protector paper of the tape (backing)
  6. IMG_5343Place the double side adhesive on the ends of the rectangle (see picture).
  7. Remove the backing paper and place the poinsettias on top of the sticky part. Cover with the backing paper previously remove and rub to make sure the poinsettias are in place.
  8. IMG_5342Remove the backing paper and apply  gold silk Microfine glitter, brush the excess and polish it.
  9. Remove the poinsettias and apply the white silk Microfine glitter, brush the excess and polish it.
  10. With the assistance of the Fine Pointed Scissors from Elizabeth Craft Designs make 4  “V” cuts on the score lines.(See Picture)      IMG_5341
  11. Place double side adhesive tape on Gold and Silver Shimmer Sheetz. Die cut some pieces using the ribbon and Jewels die to built the tree.
  12. Die cut the star on gold shimmer Sheetz using the decorative piece from the Christmas Tree Pop Stand.
  13. Cut a small rectangle piece in gold Shimmer Sheetz for the trunk of the tree.
  14. Built the tree in one of the tags using the ribbon pieces. Start placing the star , next place the bottom ribbon. (Draw two lines that can help you as the template to built the rest of the tree) IMG_5338
  15. When the decoration of the box is finished, it is time to assemble it.
  16. Add some double side adhesive in the flaps, and attach the tags to built the front and back of the box.IMG_5341
  17. To close the box, use some gold ribbon and create a bow on the top of the box.IMG_5339

 

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial

Happy Crafting!!!

Jackeline.

 

SUPPLIES LIST:

Elizabeth Craft Designs

1077-Tags & More 9 – Sparkle

1067-Poinsettia

1070 – Ribbons & Jewels

1037 – Christmas Trees Pop Stand

PSF102 – Soft Finish Cardstock 8.5″ X 11″ 270gr

SS0212 -Gold Metallic – 3 Pack

SS0211- Silver Metallic – 3 Pack

604 – White – Silk Microfine Glitter

638 – Solar Gold – Silk Microfine Glitter

502 – Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheet – 8.5″ x 11″

505 – Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape – 3mm

801 – Fine Pointed Tweezers by Elizabeth Craft Designs

802 – Fine Pointed Scissors by Elizabeth Craft Designs

OTHERS:

Gold Ribbon

 

 

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The Shine of The Butterfly

Hello everyone,

I hope you are all having a great weekend, we here in Colorado are having a bless enjoying the wonderful colors brought by the Autumn.

This week I prepare a project using Silk Microfine Glitter, embossing folders and the new Butterflies from Els Van De Burgt Studio Collection . 

For step by step on how to create this fun card visit  Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog

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Remember to visit The Elizabeth Craft Designs Website to see all the new dies and stamps available.

Have a wonderful day!

Jackeline

“Butterfly”, The Flying Flower

Hello everyone,

Another easy and fun project this week, I had inspiration to created this card when I visited the”Butterfly Pavilion” here in Denver, my daughter is in love with butterflies and when I saw the new designs from Els Van De Burgt Studio Collection , I knew that I have to do a project with those wonderful butterflies as my daughter love them and of course when I was working in my project, she was so happy to help and see this butterflies come to life.

For step by step on how to create this fun card visit  Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog .

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Isn’t she cute?  …..the other lovely butterfly is my husband.

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