Friday, March 14, 2014

Envelope Punch Board Flower Boxes

Happy Friday!  Here are the beautiful boxes from my Big Shot class this month.  I was inspired by my up-line Peg to create these boxes.  Did you know you can make many different projects using the Envelope Punch Board?

The lid for this box is made using the Envelope Punch Board.  I love the corners of the lid with a curved edge.  You can do this easily with the Punch Board. 

Very Vintage Buttons (#129327)  & Sweet Sorbet Accessory Pack  (SAB)

This beautiful flower was created with the Blossom Party Die (#115971) and Raspberry Ripple card stock.  To make it more dimensional I die cut and embossed two pieces of the largest flower and layered with Dimensionals.  In fact, each flower is layered with Dimensionals.  The leaves are die cut with the Secret Garden Framelits (#129372) and Gumball Green card stock.

In Color Dahlias (#127556)
The word "sweet" is from the Quite the Pair Stamp Set in the Occasions Catalog (see page 31).  To finish my flowers I used three different embellishment products because I couldn't make up my mine!!!

Supply List
Stamps - Quite the Pair
Paper - Raspberry Ripple, Gumball Green, Very Vanilla, Birthday Basics DSP
Ink - Crisp Cantaloupe
Tools and Accessories - Envelope Punch Board, Very Vintage Designer Buttons, In Color Dahlias, Sweet Sorbet Accessory Pack (Sale-a-bration)
Big Shot - Blossom Party Die, Decorative Dots Embossing Folder

Thank you for stopping by today.  Have a great weekend!!!

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