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Wednesday, 30 November 2011

WOYWW and Spellbinders Hexagon Pinwheel Top Box

Hello friends,
So my desk.. it is pitch black here at 6am - 
I tried a few photos of the desk but seeing as it is black glass, it looked like a coal hole! 
But I do have a project to share ....
I'm really rather keen on the Spellbinders box die templates! I think you may have guessed that by now!
I've put together a little video showing how this one is made and there is a little something inside too!

Many thanks for your visit and I hope you enjoy the video.


Wishing you a very happy What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday!
Don't forget to swing by Julia's blog for all the details.

30 comments:

jude said...

This looks absolutely stunning,will pop back look at video later.Love the music!!!
Have fab wednesday and great festive week ahead
Love n hugs Judex9

Sunshine Girl said...

Oooh that looks intriguing will check it out later - love your photos of bath and bourton on the water - bourton isnt that far from me such a lovely place to visit isnt it. Thanks for sharing. Sunshine Girl – No 4

Cathy said...

Fab glittery box.
Happy WOYWW
Cathy #10

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Wow, Christine. This is fantastic. Perfect in fact!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Sorry. Forgot to mention I'm # 7.

voodoo vixen said...

That is such a pretty gift box, the contrast with the reds is lovely!! Annette #8

inkypinkycraft said...

A gorgeous box, yes photos hard in the dark!happy woyww trace x

Neil said...

Hi there and thanks for the peek into your creative project. It looks great so thanks for sharing. Hope you have a brilliant week and have plenty of creative time!
Neil #24

kath said...

love the box and thanks for the tutorial from your desk today...hugs kath xxx (33)

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I'm going to link that tutorial to a teacher friend of mine - can see her class loving this little box :)
Hugs, LLJ #40 xx

Helen said...

Great creation, will catch the video later...
no 12

Jennie -The Artistic Stamper said...

Great video Christine, TFS
Happy woywwing
Jennie #11

Susan Flynn said...

Wow Christine you must have been early you are No 3! I love your boxes, my parcel arrived yesterday from C and C. It is part of my Christmas present from my husband but I am going to make just a little (well big) slit in the top as I want to use them for table favours on Christmas day - lol!! Do you think he'll notice?? I don't think they will be a patch on yours but if they turn out half as nice I'll be over the moon!! I will watch the tutorial eagerly xxx

Claire said...

Another thing to go onto my christmas list... my list is getting longer by the blog post..lol
Looks amazing and would be brilliant as a wedding favour holder
Claire #45

VonnyK said...

That is absolutely beautiful, I will have to sit and watch the video when I have some time, would love to make some.

Shoshi said...

Christine, that's just great!! A beautiful little box, and such a clever folded design. Love the contrasting decorative red paper and the little card inside. A very professional video, too, with clear instructions. Brilliant!

Happy WOYWW, Shoshi #62

Jacqui said...

This is lovely

Pam said...

Lovely. Will have to come back for the video as well but I want to! You could take the photo today - isn't it like that saying "it's 5'oclock somewhere"! Happy Woyww #5

Craftychris said...

This as a wonderful box and the idea of using the centre of the die as a template is brilliant! Thanks for the idea of WOYWW - another fun thing to do. No.83 x

Hellma said...

This looks absolutely stunning, love the paper.

Peggy said...

Awesome! It looks so festive sure wish I had something that cool on my workdesk!

Julia Watts said...

Great Video! Love the paper you used to decorate the box and make the flower. Lovely idea with the little card inside. Thanks for sharing. Love, Julia xx

Redanne said...

Very clear and easy to follow video, thank you! Love the card inside too. I am not sure what my number is or how to find it??? Regards, Anne

fairy thoughts said...

great box, thanks for the video isn't youtube wonderful. I think i will take a break from woyww and hop over to e bay!
janet#37

Elizabeth said...

Hello Christine, lovely box - those spellbinder dies are just so beautiful. I really loved the tree decoration you made, so much so, I'm hoping to find time to try using my dies to create something similar. Hope you have a great week ahead. Elizabeth x #111

butlersabroad said...

Wow that's a pretty little box. Absolutely loved your weekend pics, especially Bourton on the Water, used to go there quite frequently when I lived in England.

Hugs
Brenda 78

okienurse said...

Great box! It looks like it was fun to make. Thanks for sharing the video. Have a great week. Vickie #67

Lindyloo said...

This is a pretty little box and I love the idea of the delicate floral card inside. What a delightful way to send a warm greeting to a special someone. Like Susan (Flynn) I am also having Spellbinders for Christmas, so I can't wait either.
My last shelving unit has gone up in the new craft room this evening so, hopefully in a couple of days I can get back to card making and keeping up to date with my fav blogs. Whoopee! (though I think I will be working all the hours I can just to get my Christmas cards done) No task there then, lol..
Happy 1st December to one and all.
Regards Linda

Tertia said...

Really great box. Now there is more Spellbinders that I just HAVE to get. Sigh!
Happy WOYWW

dianneo said...

Your photos are awesome!

My camera is broken so now WOYWW for me this week, just blog hopping and dropping in to say Merry Christmas!

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