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Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Flowery Scalloped Pop Up Box

Hello friends

Today featuring the Scalloped Box Up Box.
I had never actually made on of these but was delighted at how simple it was.
The die set looks like this...
You need to cut 4 box panels - the embossing places your score lines, very handy!
Do not fold one of the panels - keep one straight (far left) as this is the back section
of your pop up box. Hoping you can see in this photo
that you stick the panels together in a line with the side tabs.
You can then start to decorate - 
place a long piece of patterned paper on your straight back panel (see tip below).
Smaller squares of patterned paper on the remaining top panels -
these fold outwards.
Cut/emboss three of the little strips, again it embosses where you need to make folds.
These are the support sections inside and you need to place them something like this...
It is then just a case of folding the box around and adhering the last tab.
Tip: do not stick down fully that long panel of patterned paper as you can
insert the final tab behind it making a nice neat job.
Here I've decorated the box with Marisa's Bouquet and Bordered Sentiments.
Those inner support sections are for attaching your stems etc.
The pretty scallop sections are dies that come with the Pop Up Box die set, 
useful to use on other projects too.
And same applies to the Bordered Sentiments, I'm seeing those on cards too.
Scalloped Pop Up Box is available on the website here,
Marisa's Bouquet is here and Bordered Sentiments are here!

Remember this box folds flat too so can be posted :)

Take care friends, hope you are having a good week -
I've had washing on the line every day...it's the little things!

22 comments:

Stamping Bubbles said...

Good morning Christine
Wow this is a lovely card, something that would remain on the mantelpiece long after your birthday was over. I have made a couple of these pop up cards but it takes a lot of measuring (and in my case lots of mistakes). I think this die would make it so much easier.
I too have had a line full of washing everyday. The clothes smell so wonderful when they have dried outside - lovely.
Enjoy your day (whatever the weather)
Lesley

Jacquie said...

Morning Christine,

Gorgeous box card, beautifully embellished too.

Have a great day

Love & Hugs

Jacquie J xxx
http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

Jacquie said...

Morning Christine,

Gorgeous box card, beautifully embellished too.

Have a great day

Love & Hugs

Jacquie J xxx
http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

Ann Morris said...

Christine, I adore this box it is so cute, thank you Ann

hazel young said...

Beautiful die set and pop up box card love the flowers xx hazel

PharmacyMichele said...

Beautiful pop-up box card. I love making these , this die would certainly make things easier.

Michele

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine
Your little box card is just adorable , i love it !and such a clever die too, my list just gets longer [sigh ]
Oh well needs must, i will be back to the packing later instead of crafting im afraid how sad is that ?....
Take care
Elaine H X

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
Your card today is beautiful love everything about it.
I hope you have a good day . Take care. x.

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
I have just made one of theses pop up boxes for my Granddaughters birthday, I didn't use a die though. I'm pleased with my result.
Your is gorgeous I'm loving the flowers.
Lydia
X

marg said...

Hello Christine
Thank for that they always look so complicated and you have broken it down to look easier!
Love washing on the line, but finish towels in the dryer!
take care
Love Marg

Janice said...

A beautiful pop up box Christine, but to be fair I've made this without using a die - just measuring, scoring and cutting. Ideal for those who don't have confidence in measuring though. The decorations you've used are lovely. Janice xxx http://createdbyjan.blogspot.com

Margaret corgi owner said...

Wow this is a super project thank you for such great instructions. I love how you have decorated the box such lovely colours too.
Margaret corgi owner

Lesley Thomas said...

Great idea to have a die that makes the box - it's quite tedious measuring to make all the folds.

Maggie C said...

Hooray. Thank you Christine. Such as easy explanation and wonderful flowery box. Just when I need something special. Fabulous. xxMargaretxx

Christine Collins said...

A gorgeous project Christine, such pretty flowers. I'm very tempted with this one. It's great to get the washing out, dried, ironed and put away. Very satisfying.
Chris xx

karenlotty said...

Great idea Never tried a pop up box before Do they fold flat for posting? Prettily decorated too

Marisa Job said...

This is just beautiful!! Love the colors!! I had fun designing these dies for Spellbinders. Hugs from California!

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Christine, Thank you for your tips and your tutorial on this die set, I have this die set but haven't tried it yet, so will follow your instructions. The pop up box is really pretty, the marisa bouquet flower are gorgeous.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Bea said...

hi Chrisgine
this is a great die and your card is really beautiful - another one for the wish list :)

Carole Z said...

What a pretty card Christine, I went through a phase of making so many of these last summer and haven't made one in ages, maybe i should revisit! Hugs Carole Z X

LChippy76 said...

WoW ~~~ WOW ~~~ W O W ~~~
The box is GORGEOUS!!!
LOVE the Flowers!!!
So Creative!!!
TFS!!!

Elaine said...

Brilliant box xx

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