Thursday, 8 September 2016

Detailed Floral Framelits pop up box

I love fun folds and 3D projects, so when I have seen the wonderful variety of projects including candle holders, gift boxes and Jauna Ambida's wedding card in a box made with the Detailed Floral Thinlets Dies I knew I wanted to give them a try, then I had the perfect opportunity - a special request for a 60th Birthday card.


You do need to make sure that you place your dies in the correct position, but it's not too tricky to do, and as you can see the end result is just stunning. The Floral Phrases stamp set has the perfect stamp for adding detail to the bottom of you box too. I fussy cut a flower to place in the middle of my card and the "Happy" die cut is from the Hello You Thinlits Dies and popped up using a strip of window sheet.



  

Number of Years is just fantastic for creating Numbers for any special occasion - this card could be used for a birthday or anniversary.


  


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5 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous and delicate box Sue I love how you have used this thinlit in a way I haven't seen before very ingenious xx

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    1. Have a look on Pinterest Kim, there are some wonderful ideas for this framelit on there for more than just cards :)

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    2. Thanks Sue I did take look on Pinterest after your suggestion. I found Juan Ambida had made one of these too in August. Juana is always a step ahead with trends, clever designer that one.

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