Hi everyone! I am super excited to share Eileen Hull’s newest Gift Box with Scalloped Edges and Label Diecut from her Chapter One Collection! There is so much you can do with this diecut. The obvious is a box that you can add a gift inside if you like, a book or just decorate and use as a home decor piece.
For my project I used cardstock and cut a parts from an old Recollections paper pad I had. After I put the box together according to the directions I adhered corner protectors to each corner of the box and gems.
I raided my stash of paper flowers and other paper ephemera and added to the box.
I also used chipboard embellishments and stickers from Crate Paper/Maggie Holmes. I tried to add as much dimension as I could to each side. I accomplished this adding Foam Pop Dots to the back of the embellishments.
The top of the box I adhered a doily, decorative diecut, buttons, paper flower and a bow made from cording.
For more inspiration hop on over to Eileen’s blog for more creativity from her team. You can find this month’s post HERE and HERE. Also if you have any questions about this project please let me know.
Sizzix/Eileen Hull: Gift Box with Scalloped Edges and Label Diecut
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