Old vs New Gift Box

Good Morning!

To continue the Eastern Palace theme, I will be sharing some projects incorporating other Stampin’ Up! products.

For today’s project, I am using the retiring In Colour, Delightful Dijon.

For the base, cut an A4 sheet of Delightful Dijon on the long side at 5 1/2 inches. Put this piece to one side, it will be used in tomorrow’s project.

The remaining piece is scored at 1 3/4 inches on all 4 sides. Cut and fold tabs to create the box.

For the lid, use Fresh Fig card stock from the Eastern Palace bundle. Cut this to 5 1/4 by 7 3/8.

Wipe the surface with an Embossing Buddy. Using versamark ink, stamp the pattern over the entire piece. The shape fits together beautifully. (Practice on scrap first). Cover with clear embossing powder and set with a heat tool.

Score at 1 1/4 on all 4 sides. Cut and fold tabs to form the box.

To decorate, cut the large medallion in Delightful Dijon.

Cut two 4 pointed shapes from Fresh Fig, and layer them together.

Stamp the greeting in versamark and emboss with clear powder. Cut using a scalloped Layering Circle die.

I hope you enjoyed this project.

Supplies are listed and linked below. Click a product to be redirected to the shop.
Product List

Eastern Palace Premier Bundle

Eastern Palace Premier Bundle

[147209]

£94.00

Delightful Dijon A4 Cardstock

Delightful Dijon A4 Cardstock

[138345]

£7.25

Versamark Pad

Versamark Pad

[102283]

£7.75

Heat Tool - Uk Plug

Heat Tool – Uk Plug

[129054]

£27.00

Fast Fuse Adhesive

Fast Fuse Adhesive

[129026]

£9.00

Layering Circle Framelits Dies

Layering Circle Framelits Dies

[141705]

£32.00

Clear Stampin' Emboss Powder

Clear Stampin’ Emboss Powder

[109130]

£4.50

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