DeNami Design & Lawn Fawn: Adorable Little Gift Boxes

Giving small treats is always fun and when you have a cute little box to put them in it’s even better! A lot of DeNami’s designs are perfect for projects like these! You can make these for all kinds of occasions and holidays!

For these projects I used Lawn Fawn Pillow Box Die and Milk Carton Die to create the boxes. The pattern papers are 6×6 pads from Doodlebug that I bought specifically with these in mind. I assembled the boxes using Tombow tape runner. For the images, I picked a couple of different stamps and stamped them in Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white cardstock. I kept the coloring simple with Copic markers and did not do any shading. To cut out the images I used a scalloped punch and attached them with Scotch foam tape to the boxes. To add a little sparkle and shine I used Pico Embellisher in Shimmer on the balloons. If I would have though of it I would have added it to the ice cream also. These are fun and simple little boxes that you can create in a snap!

Below is a list of supplies that I used along with links where you can purchase them! Enjoy!

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DeNami Design: Adorable Valentine Box

Valentine’s day is coming up fast! If you need a quick and easy little gift for some one or for your kids to hand out at class this project is perfect for you!. I LOVE all DeNami’s valentine themed owls and you can use any of them for this project. This project takes about 10 minutes to complete one but you can easily mass produce if you want to do to make them for your kids class.

First, I used my milk carton die from Lawn Fawn to cut out the box. You will need 2 pieces of the same paper and run it through you die cut machine twice to make the milk carton. To assemble the carton you can use any adhesive but I used a liquid adhesive. Leave the top of the carton open so that you can put treats or a small present in the carton. I stamped my owl and the “xoxo” on white cardstock in black ink. To color the owl, I used Copic Markers. I kept the coloring simple and didn’t do any shading because I didn’t think it was needed. I used a scalloped 1 1/2” circle punch to cut out the owl and adhered it to the carton with foam tape. I found these little clothes pins with Valentine sayings at my local craft store and used it to close the carton. TIP: for the clothes pin to hold the carton closed hold the lip of the carton and push downwards carefully. This will help the paper keep its shape and the clothes pin to keep the carton close. If you don’t do this there’s a good chance that the clothes pin will pop off! This happened to me a few times before I figured out!

As always, below is a list of the supplies that I used along with where you can purchase the supplies. Enjoy!

 

 

 

Simple and Fast SVGCuts One Piece Boxes!

Hi everyone! I know it’s been a little while since my last post and I apologize! I have been working on making products for the upcoming Holiday season. I know it’s only July but is it really ever to early to start working on products for my favorite Holidays?! I love Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas! Today, I want to share with you some one piece gift boxes from SVGCuts. These boxes are great because you can use them for any season or any occasion just by changing the paper. Unfortunately, these will not be available in my Etsy shop. However, if you have a Cricut Explore or a Silhouette Cameo you can easily make these boxes. Below you can see 3 of the boxes that I made with the files. I decided to go a with Fall theme because I had a pretty 12×12 paper pad with fall paper.

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These boxes are so simple to put together! If you want to watch the video to see how it’s assembled, just click below. I personally don’t use the same glue as Mary. Instead, I use Martha Stewart Gel Adhesive which I have provided a link to below.

I hope that you enjoyed todays post!