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Wednesday, 12 June 2013

New challenge at Crafting with Dragonflies - Make a Box.



Our challenge for you over at Crafting with Dragonflies 

Crafting With Dragonflies Challenge Blog

this fortnight is to

  Make a Box - any theme.

but before I get into the details I would just love to say how awesome it was to see 
SO MANY enter our 'One for the Girls" Challenge.
 It was enormously popular and so rewarding to see you uploading them to our blog.

Just a word about our challenges. 
To be eligible for our Sponsored Prizes you need to be a follower.
and our simple rules are here
 http://crafting-with-dragonflies.blogspot.co.uk/p/challenge-rules.html

Our sponsor QKR was generous in giving the Design Team
 a digi image to work with.
 I chose QKR1705 Rose.

I decided to make a box for my cards to fit nicely inside and is perfect as a gift 
for someone who likes handmade cards and just adds that personal touch.

Here is what I made.




My box with cards displayed



- cards inside


close up of QKR1705 Rose highlighted with gold gel pen.

This is the Tutorial on how I made it.
and the items I used to do so - 

All papers used are from American Crafts - Purple Haze
Spellbinders Fancy Labels 2 behind Rose
Spellbinders Labels 20 
Spellbinders Blossoms 3
Martha Stewart & SU punches
Marianne Die LR0139
Gina K stamps - Dogwood & Butterflies & Country Roads
Kaisercraft pearls
Own ribbons


Our prizes for this challenge are sponsored by



QKR

QKR - 5 Digis of winner's choice



Sassy Studio Designs - 4 Digis of winner's choice


Don't forget to pop over to the other Design Teamies to see their gorgeous boxes on their blogs.



Thanks for visiting my blog and hope to see your creations over at


3 comments:

Maria :) said...

These cards and the box look beautiful Ina. Love all the pretty details. Awesome

judith@poppy cottage said...

A lovely project Ina in my favourite colour. The cards are so pretty and woukd make a beautiful gift. Hugs, Judith xx

Susan Sieracki said...

Well, this box and cards came out pretty perfect, didn't it? I love the purple.