Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Flower Cookie Box with Craftwell

Hi it is Pam today sharing with you how to make some amazing flowers using Teresa Collins new Memory Collection Pocket Dies. 
To begin with you we are going to make this pretty rose...
So get your Craftwell Cut N Boss ready along with the dies and platforms...
Cut out 3 of the smaller flowers to form each rose. 
Snip out one petal from one of the flower, two petals from the second and just cut to the center of the third flower. 
Using your tweezers and roll each petal and glue at edge, once all petals are rolled glue layering each into the large flower that is also rolled. 
Add the single petal last to the flower, tip the petals backwards using your tweezers to shape the rose. 
Cut a circle doily die using your Cut N' Boss out and run back through using Teresa Collins Love Triangle Embossing Folder. (You can see the embossed doily in the previous photo)
 Once all three flowers are made place doily to top of box you made, add place flowers to top along with leaves from the Memory Collection. Add a bit of bling, twine and wood chippie bird to finish the top. 
For the second flower I made a pin using the large flower die from the Memory Die Collection. (Both of dies have the same shape, so you can also make smaller flowers like the large flower or a larger rose like the smaller ones.)
I cut all of my flowers out at once using my Cut N' Boss, that is what I love about this can use if for multiple dies at one time. So for the large flower, you will also need three die cuts, roll them with a stylus and mat. 
Mold the petals using your tweezers.
Layer the three flowers together to form your flower. 
Add a pin or clip to the back and place a pretty center in the middle of your flower. 
Place your flower pin into your gift box and you are ready to give some a very special gift. I hope you loved my flower tutorial today and try making a few for yourself. Hugs Pammejo
Crate Paper Fourteen Papers
Eileen Hull/Sizzix Cookie Box Die
Sixxix Matboard
 Xyron Adhesive
Random lace, twine, wood bird, pin clasp

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