Saturday, April 30, 2016

Wedding Ring or Favour Box - Couture Creations

What is a Wedding without a gorgeous Ring or Favour Box? I just love creating boxes, round, square, rectangle, you name it I love creating it. Surprisingly it doesn't take long to create one from scratch, this one only took 2 hours from beginning to end and thats only because I stuffed up the box design 3 times LOL.


Using a die cutting machine, cut 1 of Christmas Lace Collection-Christmas Star die, set aside for another project all piece except the above two pieces.


With your score tool, score at the points shown from top of die-cut to bottom


Fold mountain and valley folds so the die-cut looks like the rosette above 


Adhere double sided tape to star cutout


Attach the rosette to the star piece


Using white cardstock 210gsm cut a square 10.5cm or 4 2/16 inch square, score where the pencil lines are which are on the grid line. I find when making pieces that need a precise fold to fit together, I use the grid lines to get even folds and measurements


Cut another 15cm square or 5 10/16 inch square from white card stock, score where the pencil lines are which are slight inside the grid lines compared to the top photo which are on the grid lines.


Turn both pieces of squares over and apply double sided tape as shown in the orange part above


The lid on the left and bottom of the box should look like the above photo


From your ULT157489 Magnolia Lane, Floral Fancy designer paper 
cut the following pieces:
cut 1 of 2 1/4 inch  or 5 8/10 cm square for lid of box
cut 4 of 2 3/4 x 2 1/2 inch or 2cm x 5 8/10 cm rectangle pieces for lid of box
cut 4 of 2 3/16 x 1 3/4 inch or 5 1/2 x 4 4/10 cm squares for bottom of box


Adhere the pieces of designer paper to the box and attach legs to the bottom of the box and rosette to the top of the box. Add flowers to the middle of the rosette and lace to the edge of the lid to complete.

This is the ring box that forms part of the Wedding Set I have designed using the 


If you don't use the legs it can be a Wedding Favour Box for the guests to take home with a gift or a piece of Wedding Cake. 
I hope you enjoyed the tutorials.

You will find the tutorial to the Wedding Invitation card HERE and the 
Thank You card HERE

CO723892 Christmas Lace Collection-Christmas Star

Ultimate Crafts Products used

Friday, April 29, 2016

Wedding Invitation - Couture Creations

The invitation for my Wedding Series using Ultimate Crafts Magnolia Lane Designer Paper
designed by Sue Smyth

Those of you who know me know how much I love creating Wedding stuff. Anything to do with Weddings I love to create. There is such an elegance and happiness about it that brings out the romantic side of me. 



Take an A4 size white shimmer card and die cut one edge with a border die
Score from the uncut end 9.5cm 19.5 cm or 3 3/4 x 7 3/4 inch
Using Couture Creations embossing folder Small dots from the Harmony Collection and emboss one half of the end with the border die cut, then move the embossing folder to the other end to complete the embossing 


Cut a piece of lace 11cm long
Cut satin ribbon 27cm or 10 3/4 inch long, thread a diamante buckle onto the ribbon
Cut Magnolia Lane Designer paper Floral Fancy - 9 cm or 3 1/2 inch width and 16cm or 6 1/4 inch long and die cut one end with a border die
Trim the designer paper 9cm or 3 1/2 inch up the top to 16cm on the die cut end at an angle


Adhere your design paper to the small dot embossed side of the shimmer cardstock, adhere the lace at the cut angle and finally adhere the ribbon.

I hope you enjoyed the tutorials.

You will find the tutorial to the Wedding Ring or favour box HERE and the 
Thank You card HERE

Ultimate Crafts Products used

Couture Creations Products used
CO723631 Harmony Collection Small Dots Embossing Folder 

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Postcrossing Meeting Cards

Members of Postcrossing organise meetings or get togethers where we meet other members and sign postcards for swapping with members around the world. Some of these postcards are specially created and are very nice. I have taken a liking to them and started collecting them when i have had one to trade with other meeting attendees. This card was made for the meeting I attended last year. 


In June 2016 Vanessa and I are organising a get together in Toowoomba Queensland and we have both made a meeting card each. Mine is created with words of anything postcrossing related

Vanessa has created this one which depicts the gorgeous Japanese Gardens in Toowoomba, of course the real card is without the thumb in the left hand corner

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

WOYWW # 359 - Marbling with Shaving Cream

 the last time I played desks was February, where did the time go? I must say I've been busy with my mums 75th birthday surprise party, A few jobs lined up craft related. A few craft projects I've started. Needing to sort out my craft room badly. Two wedding requests to do.

The anniversary week is 364 which falls on May 25th. The ATC Swap will be held on that week, Julia will post more details which I will share if you are wanting to take part. I will take part this year. so if you want to swap with me let me know your address and I will make one for you. Email me your address

So this week I've been trying to make some marbling on bookmarks which I have never really been able to master. it smells nice but was a huge mess LOL. Everyone else seems to master it. I see where I've gone wrong from the first link below-I didnt flatten the shaving cream LOL. I've found the cheaper no name brand shaving cream has the nicest smell. 
Here are some links if you wanted to give it a go:





Linking up with Julia and her Stamping Ground

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Postallove Greetings From Cards

There is a collection craze on Postcrossing for Postallove created Greetings From Cards the brainchild of Ewa Slocinska. I would love to visit her shop one day but alas it is a long way to go for postcards LOL

There is a new collection of Continent Cards out:

So since I joined Postcrossing over a year ago I have loved to swap these cards and now I have these in my collection: 
    
   
         
        

      
   
    
     

     
   
   
     

     
    
       













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