I saw this idea on Splitcoast Stampers a while ago, they used a template to make the box. I am no good with templates so I adapted the idea. I made one of these boxes ages ago and the pictures can be found here. I though I should make a video tutorial so you can all have a go. I am currently making 120 of these boxes.... all will be revealed in due course. I have mentioned on my video that I would take a picture of my plan with the measurements on. I will have to do that tomorrow.
In key Stage One we celebrate Birthdays during assembly BUT we had no cake to do it with. So I set myself the challenge. It has taken me ages to get round to making it BUT I am very pleased with the result. The reason there are only seven candles on the cake is because the oldest a child can be in the infants is seven, it was lucky because I only had seven to hand. I have to admit I found it very hard to hand it over.
This is one of my projects I made for my inspiration station at my quarterly training at the end of last month. You may have noticed a colour theme coming through. I thought this would make a great box for a wedding gift to go in.
Sorry all it has been a while since I last posted. The reason for it is I am planning my wedding. Stampin' Up! has NOT taken a back seat in this event... all will become clear in the next few months. I have had my whole family involved in the cutting and sticking!
This is our wedding invite. The crumb cake card is a wallet that holds the information for the guests.
I have so many more wedding things to show you but you will have to wait until after the big day for the reveal.
In the meantime I have lots of other projects to share, as I have a bit more time as wedding preparations are well under-way.