Monday, August 5, 2013

Bohemian Bazaar multi functional Match Box- tutorial

Hi everyone :-)

Had so fun making this Jewel  and game box with the wonderful and colorful Bohemian Bazaar collection.

This is a Graphic 45 Design Team project and here is the link to they`r blog post
http://g45papers.typepad.com/graphic45/2013/08/big-fun-with-altered-art-gifts.html#comments
For the base I used 8 x 8 matchbox and then I made a chipboard stand and top with a mirror.
Used a Sizzix die for the frame and the mirror I cut out with the same die
Mirror sheets from Tim Holtz

Video




There is place for jewellery and other girly stuff in the drawer.

Made this box as a present for my niece and also want to give her some flowers.
If you like I can make a video tutorial on how to make this tulips
Fun and easy :-)

Used alphabet stickers to write My Nieces name inside the drawer.
Also did some fussy cutting to make a flower vase.


This project started with that I wanted to make a travel game box with different games to play.
It can be used in a car for children so they have fun while driving on holiday.
  All the small game pieces has magnet on the back and also the playing board so the will not get lost while playing.There is also Yatzy and playing cards in the drawer.

The top and bottom is lose so it is easy to take the box out. Top is fastened with magnets.

Fun playing on holiday :-)

Playing Dam


Back side can be used as a frame if she likes to.

Painted a Ornate metal door pull so it fit the rest.
Beautiful ribbon from May Arts

Hope my niece will like this :-)

When the game box is not in use my niece can use it as a jewelery keep sake box



 Measurements for the top and bottom

Glue on the back to the chipboard with hinges front and back
Used 2 different sizes wooden beads For the feets
Used a match inside the wooden knobs to glue them together


Supply list:
Bohemian Bazaar collection, stickers,ornate metal door pull, 8 x 8 match box from Graphic 45, May Arts ribbon,chipboard, mirror from Tim Holtz,scor tape, Claudine Hellmuth multi matte, zig pen, tree knobs Sizzix frame,white paint,games,magnets( you can find good  quality on Etsy. Just type inn strong magnets),green flower tape,batting

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,

For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.

Hope this is inspiring and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne

8 comments:

  1. Good evening Anne,
    I'm a great fan of G45 and have been following your blog for some time now. Having just seen your latest project I thought it would be an ideal time to say how much I admire your talent. You truly are a great inspiration to all your followers. Enjoy the rest of your day
    Margaret A (in the UK)

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  2. Wonderful!! And yes, please ~ I'd love to see how you make the tulips!!

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  3. Stunning project and love the tulips
    carol x

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  4. Så nydelig og så kjekt å få :)

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  5. I love all of your creations, I would love to see a how to make the flowers video.

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  6. Hi Anne
    I loved the project, as all you do!! You are a such great artist, I love the work you do with cardstock, its fantastic. I d like to know if you will post a video from this project I d love to see it, and the tulips too!!
    Thanks for share your God gift with all of us dear!!
    Adriana

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  7. I Love this funny box, and i'm happy i've found your blog!
    At the moment i am bussy to make your Gr45 album with the olde curiosity paper.It's such a fun to make that album. Thank you for the tutorials!

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