Window Box

By | January 26, 2017

This beautiful box was created using the new Window Box Thinlit dies from the 2017 Occasions Catalogue and two products from the Sale-a-brations catalogue.

Again simplicity adds elegance.  The lace image was stamped in Sahara Sand prior to constructing the box, and the ribbon just finishes if off nicely.

The thinlits dies can be purchased as part of the bundle thus giving you a 10% discount, in this instance I have paired it with Delicate Details stamp set and 3/8″ Metallic Ribbon, each of which you can potentiallly choose for free as part of the Sale-a-bration promotion (until 31 March 2017 only).  The ribbon, particularly, is lovely to work with and holds its shape beautifully.  I have used the Very Vanilla ribbon with gold thread, it comes in a combo pack along with Whisper White ribbon with silver thread.

I love the delicate detail on the top which can either be die cut directly from box top or as I have here, cut from a another piece of card and adhered with dimensionals.  Equally the thinlits come with other options to die cut details on the top of the box around the sides of the box making it versatile and suitable for many occasions.

These lovely boxes are quick and easy to make with many different variations you can make. I hope to have more to show you over the next few weeks.

 

For more information and ideas, the You Tube link below may be helpful.

Happy stamping!

Christine

If you live in New Zealand all supplies used to create these projects can be purchased HERE.

Supplies used:-
Stamp set:  Delicate Details (SAB)
Thinlits:  Window Box (Occasions)

Card:  Very Vanilla
Ink:  Sahara Sand

Embellishments:  3/8″ Metallic Ribbon (SAB)
Miscellaneous:  Stampin’ Dimensionals, Multipurpose Liquid glue, Big Shot.

2 thoughts on “Window Box

  1. Ali

    How beautiful is box, it is absolutely stunning, and shows cases the lacey free stamp set at its best. Thank you for sharing

    Reply
    1. christine.gedye Post author

      Thanks Ali. It really is a beautiful die set isn’t it, and goes together very easily.

      Reply

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