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Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Beautiful Bunch Tissue Box Cover Using the New In Colours From Stampin Up! UK

I was scratching my brains trying to think of an artistic way to to share with you all the new In Colours that will be in the new Stampin Up! Catalogue.
And what I really wanted to demonstrate, is how well these colours work together to give both a complimentary and contrasting effect with one another.
I decided that a 6" square Tissue Box Cover would work really well. So here is is.
As always there is a Video that accompanies the tutorial, and you will find it further down today's blog post.


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

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  1. BASE - Trim two pieces of Thicker Whisper White Cardstock to 12 x 24 cms; With the Long side at the top of the Metric Scoring Board, score at 1 & 11.5 cms
  2. TOP - Trim a piece of Thicker Whisper White Cardstock to 17 x 17 cms; Score all sides ar 2.5 cms
  3. STAMP - all pieces using the 5 new In Colours )2016 - 2018) with a combination of five of the rubber stamps from the Beautiful Bunch Stamp Set
  4. On the back of the Lid, mark a cross in the centre and die cut an aperture. You will need to fold in the two sides for it to fit through the Big Shot
  5. Fold & Burnish the score lines on the lid; Cut two tabs to the first score line on one edge. Rotate the cardstock by 180 degrees and repeat; Use Tombow Liquid Glue to form the 4 corners of the lid.
  6. BASE - Fold and Burnish the score lines on the two base pieces, and run a strip of tear & tape adhesive along the two 1cm fold lines. Removing backing tape and join the two pieces of Cardstock together to create the four sides (WATCH THE VIDEO)

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