These are great for storing all kinds of little things like pencils, quilling tools and sewing supplies. You could also use one for jewelry or as a gift box.
The construction wasn't very complicated, so I decided to try making one out of card stock. Now I'm hooked. They aren't difficult to make, they are fairly sturdy and they are so fun to decorate!
Paper board (a cereal box is perfect)
1 sheet of card stock for the liner
Scraps of coordinating cardstock for the roses and other embellishments
1 sheet of scrapbook paper
A decorative button with a shank on the back
Sequins, rainbow drops, etc. for embellishments
2 1/4" Round cutting die (The middle die from DI-0039 Journey Circles Die set)
Spiral Lines Die Set (DI-0383)
Spring Blooms Minis (DI-0008)
Measurements and Cutting:
Cut Ten 2 1/4" circles cut from paper board
Cut a 7" x 8.5" rectangle from cardstock
Cut two 2 1/4" circles from the remaining cardstock
Cut a 7" x 9 1/8" rectangle from scrapbook paper
Cut two 1" x 12" strips from scrapbook paper, score every 1/4" in accordion fold
Cut two 2 1/4" circles from scrapbook paper
Use the Spiral Lines die to cut two spirals from coordinating cardstock
Use the Spring Blooms Minis to cut small flowers from coordinating cardstock
Refer to the video for assembly.