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Monday, 21 December 2015

Home for Christmas Christmas XL Pillow Box using the Square Pillow Box Die,Oh What Fun! Stampin Up UK

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Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

Watch the Video Below for the full tutorial

  1. Die cut x 4 pillow boxes pieces using the Square Pillow Box Die, from Basic Black Cardstock I cut down A4 sheets into A5 sheets so the cardstock would go through the Big Shot (15 cms wide
  2. Tape, fold and Burnish the tab on each piece, ensuring you keep the tabs on the right hand side
  3. Using a little Tombow,  stick 2the boxes together at the semi circle scored area - again, ensuing you keep the tabs all on the right hand side, you should end up with each beox being x 2 die cuts wide, and x 2 die cuts long
  4. Fold the box in half and burnish the fold again (as it is now a thicker fold)
  5. Stick the 2 boxes with the tape you placed on the tabs earlier
  6. Gently run your finger around the score lines at the top and bottom of the box, and tease the concave edge into place
  7. Trim a piece of Designer Series Paper (decorative paper) to 6cms x 40 cms
  8. Usubg your Metric Scoring Plate, score at 10.5 cms & 21 cms
  9. Apply tape to one short end of the DSP, wrap around the box and stock the DSP together using the tape you just placed on one end.
  10. That is your basic box, now it is up to you how you decorate your lovely boxes, that can also be used to create luxury crackers for your festive table

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