Hi everyone :-)
made some lantern boxes for Christmas gifts and there will be a video tutorial on how to make them.
Used the beautiful vintage Wintertime in Swedish lapland paper collection from Pion Design and and Tim Holtz rustic lantern die to make them. There are gift tags placed in pockets for each of them.
The papers can be found at Kreativ Scrapping
Link to Pion Design store finder,
And here is the link to the`r blog for ideas,
Seen from the back side
The gift bags inside closes with a belly band.
Plase for some goodies inside. Mmmm :-)
This red box is build up the same way as the blue, but the sides of the box is not glued together.
Here you can see that it open all the way and in the middle there is place for a 3D gift or maybe make a 3D Christmas tree.
Also made some to hold a electric candle light.
This lantern box is made out of craft cardstock and fussy cut outs from the paper collection.
Distressed with white paint.
This candle box can also be used for a gift wrapping with the gift wrapped in cellophane
Measurements for the 2 different boxes.
Wintertime in Swedish lapland paper collection, Tim Holtz rustic lantern die, seam binding, electric candle light,white paint,acetate,crackle accent,Claudine Hellmuth multi matte seal glue,Zig pen, glue and craft cardstock,
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.
Here is the link,
Thanks for stopping by and have fun creating :-)
Lovely lanterns and clever little bags for goodies. Creative Joy...ReplyDelete
So cool Anne! Love the lanterns and how you've used them in so many different projects - my favorites are the ones with the flickering electric candles! Very pretty!ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful Anne! Nicola xReplyDelete
These are Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
OMG ... too cute gift wrap and/or candle; how creative !ReplyDelete
Great Idea to make these 3-D....and such a cute gift! Applause! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Just simply stunning work... so creative!! Thank you for sharing the videoReplyDelete
Saw your link on Tim's blog today. Nice projects! Clever ideas, lovely papers and presentation. :)ReplyDelete
What wonderful ideas you have. They look beautiful. :)ReplyDelete
Anne you are so creative I love everything you do I so look forward to my emails from you so I can stare at your newest creation and appreciate what a gifted crafter you are.ReplyDelete
These are just stunning, so much work put into each.ReplyDelete
You are AMAZING......ReplyDelete
Wow they are beautiful. Thank you for the great tutorial.ReplyDelete
wow .. how did I miss these beauties!! I'm going to have to go back through your blog and find all the treasures I've missed ... fantastic, utilitarian, and absolutely gorgeous.ReplyDelete