Post#76 Mini Milk Carton Box

While searching for dimensions for a small milk carton style giftbox I came across a tutorial by Krista Driessen…and when I tried out the box…it was just I wanted…and soooo cute… ­čÖé
Here is the link for the tutorial if you’d like to try it out as well –┬áMini Milk Box Tutorial By Krista Driessen.
After creating the box I simply die cut three consecutive sizes from my hexagon dies and stamped the smallest one…I adhered them to the box using 3d foam squares….and finally a small wooden peg to close the box at the top…
Hope you liked this mini box…
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Post#46 Hi Card

One of my favourite ways to use distress inks is to use them on an embossing folder and spraying with a bit of water to create a kind of bright watercolour effect…you really can’t go wrong with this technique…
After embossing I let the paper dry and then cut it into 3 long strips and added them to an orange cardstock base and adhered them to the blue card base…
Then using the same blue cardstock I die cut a ┬áhi word and a hexagon shape around the word…I used the negative die ┬ásection by attaching a silver paper at the back…a few punched flowers were added for decoration and the card was ready…
Hope you liked it.
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Post #2 Hearts & Hexagon Card

Hello again….Here’s my second post for my blog…

This card has been in my head for quite a while and I wasn’t sure how to use hexagon dies in my card….there were quite a few of them in various sizes in the die set and that was making it a bit more confusing for me…Using just a couple of those dies was a good idea…

There was also this heart embossing folder that went really well with the heart printed paper…

Hope you like it.

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