Thursday, December 19, 2013

Christmas light window box and card holder - WOC DT project

Hi everyone :-)
Made this Christmas lantern box to hold some cards. It is made out of chipboard and I used Tim Holtz Pediments window and window box die on the front.Lantern from TH inside. Wintertime in Swedish Lapland from Pion design Flowers and bells from Wild Orchid Crafts.


For inspiration please visit WOC YT channel and here is the link,
Wild Orchid Crafts website:
Wild Orchid Crafts blog:
Link to Pion design store finder,

This papers from Pion Design are so vintage and fun to work with :-)

The foundation flowers are colored with color wash and Dylusions ink sprays. Berry spray in the middle.So fun making custom made flowers

Seen from the side. Around all the fussy cut outs I used my black Zig pen and it is covered with Claudine Hellmuth multi matte.

Seen from the other side.

Used medoc seambinding on the top and a sweerheart blossom with a gold berry in the center.

Here is place for some post cards.

Love this flowers and images :-)

Supply list:
Sweetheart blossom MKX-638
foundations MKX-178 and MKX 174
gold bead berry clusters GST-164
Silver bells GST-071
Medoc seam binding MKX-492
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland from Pion Design. Pediments, window and window box die ,lantern from Tim Holtz,
Chipboard, Claudine Hellmuth multimatte,Zig pen,tinsel, strucktur paste and white paint 

Many of this products can be found at Kreativ Scrapping

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 I hope you all are having a wonderful Christmas :-)
Hugs, Anne


  1. So beautiful Anne! What a great way to hold your Christmas cards... love the special touches you've added - so creative!

  2. WAUW this is soooooooooooooo gorgeous, and I´m totally speachless right now, but I really really Love this project, and will go and watch the video a little later, when I have a little time for it.
    Have a wonderful day and thanks sooo much for this gorgeous view here.

  3. Anne...this piece is absolutely gorgeous. Have a Merry Christmas. Karen.x

  4. Good afternoon Anne, Wow! Your Christmas lantern project is just so beautiful. I just thought I'd stop by your blog to say a HUGE "Thank You" to you personally for all your wonderful inspiration this year. I know that my crafting has improved by leaps and bounds because of all your wonderful projects. One particular project springs to mind and that was your "slider tag". I had never made anything other than cards up until then but when I saw this project it literally changed how I saw things. I made a Christmas version of this tag and it left the recipient absolutely speachless! and I've got YOU to thank for that. As I've already said my crafting has changed dramatically because of the generosity of people like yourself, Clare Charvill and, come to think of it, all the Graphic 45 design team. So once again, Thank You for sharing your amazing talent with all of your fans. It only remains for me to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
    Margaret A.


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