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1  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General / Jewelry Gift Boxes on: November 11, 2011 06:32:17 AM

 With the holidays just around the corner,I thought I'd make some boxes for my jewelry creations.
I made a simple pattern and put them in a pdf (put into google documents) just for your personal use.
This is my first tutorial so it might be a bit picture heavy Embarrassed
Bracelet Box
Ring Box
Necklace Box Top
Necklace Box Bottom
Necklace Box Incert



 Closed and looking pretty.Necklace Box,Bracelet Box, and Ring Box

Open and filled with goodies Smiley

Now for the Tutorial:


Print out your desired box (I printed mine on card stock)


Cut on the dotted line.

Score and fold on the red line. I used a stylus and a ruler . You can also use a ball point pen that is out of ink to score. I use a ruler to make sure the line is straight.

Have a friendly helper Wink

Stamp it,color it,or keep it plain.

Glue edges

Press tight

Necklace box top

Glue Box bottom tabs

Bottom of the bottom box

Top of the bottom box

Top of the bottom box put together

Insert for box

Box parts ready to be assembled

Assembling Necklace box

Use a piece of Velcro with adhesive. I didn't have any so I used a regular piece and glued it on.

Press on the velcro

Add a nice bow

Add Necklace

Slides right in

For an upcyling option. Print out pattern.

Trace to a cereal box. Follow previous instructions.

Tada..An unique up-cycled jewelry box

Instead of using velcro on this one. I punched two holes in the sleeve part ,one on the flap of the bottom  and strung ribbon threw to make a nice little bow.



Many thanks to my wonderful husband for helping me figure out Microsoft Publisher for the templates and to my daughter Riann for taking pictures.

2  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Snowmen,Reindeer and a train made from wine corks on: December 04, 2009 02:11:06 PM



I found these two tutorials

http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...s-projects.com

http://www.ehow.com/how_4780001_make...ornaments.html

I didn't have some of the supplies so I made due with what I did have.
The texture on the snowmen is ground up dry rice mixed with paint.



After making the snowmen and reindeer I was goofing around with some wine corks and got the idea to make this train. (I have an unusual amount of wine corks,my neighbors husband is a chief and a nice restaurant and gives me bags of them when I ask)

The train is made from wine corks,toothpicks,hot glue,paint and rice(it's the coal) also a handful of eye hooks

3  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Skirt to Purse.. on: November 10, 2009 07:27:07 AM
Hi there! I'm along time lurker first time poster. I decided it was time to jump into the fun. You all are awesome crafters on here I'm only hoping I can keep up Smiley

This is a skirt that wasn't so flattering:





Into a Purse that will be given as a Christmas gift :





Close up on the Flower:





My oldest Daughter Modeling it for me:






Thanks for looking Smiley All comments are Welcome




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