Welcome to the Spellbinders Paper Arts™ Explore Beyond Blog Frenzy, where we will be showcasing fabulous projects created from the Winter CHA Release!! I am so excited to show two die template sets from the Imperial Gold Line! We are thrilled that Spellbinders’ Imperial Gold Line was chosen as the winner of the Craft and Hobby Association Attendee’s Choice Innovation Award!
My creation is a delightful box with a sweet treat tucked inside! I love how you can make pretty gifts for someone special using these die templates:
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· S4-393 Gold Corners One Scalloped Corners (Insert and Border)
· S4-400 Gold Ivy #1, 2, 3 and 4
· S4-328 Foliage #5
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You’ll also need:
· White self-adhesive pearls
· White and Green Tissue
· Low-tack tape (painter’s tape)
· Wax paper
· Pink Rhinestone Heart
· 1/16th hole punch
· Bag of treats
- Cut pink cardstock 1 ¾ x 12 inches for the box lid, and 3 x 12 inches for the bottom.
- Using the Scor-Pal Scoring board, score bottom piece ¼ inches, then turn and score at 1 ½ inch increments: 1 ½, 3, 4 ½, 6, 7 ½, 9, 10 ½ inches
- Using the scoring board, score lid piece ¼ inches, then turn and score at 1 ½ inch increments: 1 ½, 3, 4 ½, 6, 7 ½, 9, 10 ½ inches
- Adhere both ends of the bottom to the bottom connector.
- Adhere both ends of lid to lid connector.
- With pink cardstock, cut/emboss Gold Ivy #4. Make 2 of these. (Use wax paper between the paper and die template for easy removal)
- Emboss Gold Ivy #3 onto one of the Gold Ivy #4 pieces for the lid.
- Adhere folded flaps of lid piece to bottom of embossed Gold Ivy (#3 and #4) piece.
- Adhere folded flaps of bottom piece to bottom of embossed Gold Ivy piece.
- With white cardstock, cut/emboss Gold Ivy #3. Make 3 of these.
- Emboss Gold Ivy #2 onto one of the white Gold Ivy #3 pieces for the lid.
- With pink cardstock, cut/emboss Gold Ivy #2.
- Emboss Gold Ivy #1 onto the pink Gold Ivy #2 piece for the lid.
- Adhere white Gold Ivy #3 piece inside lid and bottom of box.
- Tape Gold Corners One Scallop Border and Insert die templates together with painter’s tape and cut/emboss 16 pieces from white cardstock.
- With sponge dauber, add Angel Pink ink on the edges of all of the white cut/embossed pieces.
Finishing your box:
- Apply foam dots to White Gold Ivy piece (#3 and #2) and Pink Gold Ivy Piece (#2 and #1).
- Add to top of box and apply self-adhesive pearls.
- Adhere all white Gold Corners One Border and Insert pieces to box sides and decorate with self-adhesive pearls.
To make the rose:
- Cut/emboss Scallop Border on 15 layers of white tissue. Do this twice. (You’ll have 30 pieces)
- Unroll 24 inches of the Scor-Tape and begin to apply the pointed end of the tissue pieces to the adhesive tape (1/4 inch apart).
- Starting at one end of the tape with the tissue pieces, start rolling inward until you have reached the other end.
- Fluff the tissue pieces until you are happy with your flower.
- Cut/emboss Foliage #5 from green tissue paper and adhere to top of box.
- Adhere rose on top of foliage.
To make gift tag:
- Cut/emboss Gold Ivy #1 with white cardstock. Leaving paper in die, stencil using a sponge dauber and Angel Pink ink. Remove from die and sponge edges with pink ink.
- Stamp sentiment with Tuxedo Black ink and punch 1/16th hole near edge.
- Decorate a bag of treats with pink silk ribbon and gift tag.
To make the shaped card, I cut pink cardstock 4 x 8 inches and folded in half to make my card base of 4 x 4 inches. Place the fold of the paper just inside one of the edges of the Gold Ivy #4 die template, then cut/emboss to get your shaped card. Cut/emboss 4 Gold Corners One Scalloped Border and adhere to 4 edges of shaped card. Layer the card with Gold Ivy #3 in light pink cardstock, and Gold Ivy #2 in white cardstock with foam dots. Cut/emboss/stencil the #2 piece with a sponge dauber and Angel Pink ink pad. Add a sentiment to the white piece with black ink, and finish it off with a pretty silk bow, pearls and a rhinestone heart.
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