Bunches and Bundles and Boxes of Love!

Friday, January 28, 2011

Look what's new from the design room: Valentines Pillow Boxes by OMC designer Lindsey!



SUPPLY LIST:

 
Sizzix : Bigz Die - Box, Pillow

BoBunny : Crush Paper Pack
Slice : Design Card - MS+ Vintage Findings

Cuttlebug : 2" x 6" Bundle Die - Hearts & Stamps

Bazzill : Cardstock
Rick Rack - White
Scrapbook Adhesives : 3L Foam Squares

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

Red Pillow Box


1. Cut a pillow box out of a red piece of Crush paper, fold, and glue together as instructed. 
2. Cut a 1" band out of grey paper long enough to wrap around the pillow box.  Glue the ends together and slip on the box.  
3. Cut out the Cuttlebug scalloped heart along with the accent layer. Glue the bottom heart layer to the grey band. Attach a foam square to the bottom of the scalloped heart and attach to the grey band. Make sure the heart is centered on the bottom heart layer.


 
Black
Pillow Box

1. Cut a pillow box out of a black piece of Crush paper, fold, and glue together as instructed. 
2. Cut out an accent tag using the Vintage Findings design card. Cut one more layer, slightly bigger for the background. Glue together, and then glue to the top of the pillow box.
3. Cut out one Cuttlebug heart out of white glitter cardstock. Attach it to the center of the accent tag.
4. Run white rick rack through the holes in the accent tag, wrap around the box, and tie in the front on the left side of the heart.





If you have any further questions about these lovely pillow boxes you can contact Lindsey directly at lindsfill@gmail.com with the name of the project as your subject line.


Happy crafting!

2 comments:

Jessica said...

I absolutely LOVE your blog. You have such good craft ideas!

I actually design and sell vinyl lettering online and I would be honored if you would do a giveaway/review for my product (vinyl calendar). You can go to www.sayitwithstyle.etsy.com to look at my designs or you can email me at vinylwithstyle@gmail.com. Let me know what you think!

erica | brochure printing said...

The box idea is really nice! You can personalize the packaging of your gift, which is for me important for the season of love. To shoe the you really exerted effort to your gift!

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