If you have any questions on how I made this box, feel free to leave me a comment, but don't forget you can click here for the tutorial. Have a great Wednesday!
A2 Stationary Box with A Window
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
My favorite season (Fall) is finally upon us! I couldn’t be happier right now. This means I don’t have to suffer in the summer heat any longer, and I can get out all of my sweaters, gloves, and beanies out. Not only do I love the fall weather but everything else that comes along with it; such as, the awesome fall inspired crafting products. Lawn Fawn came out with some pretty amazing products for fall, and—of course, I LOVE them! Today I’m making a really cute A2 box with a window using their new fall paper collection, Intothe Woods, as well as their new die set, Stitched Journaling Card (which I used to create the window on the back of the box). Not only did I use their new paper, and die set for this—I also used their super cute new brown and white twine, you can find it by clicking here.
As if the paper, twine, and dies aren't cute enough—Lawn Fawn also has a coordinating stamp set that goes with the entire collection named, Into the Woods. This set contains adorable images like this deer, clouds, and text bubble that I used to create the stationary. I was so excited to get this stamp set out and create something with it. I’ve been working so many hours, getting all of my orders out, and I haven’t been able to use that many of the new products I got from LF. So you can image how happy I was to make these cards, hehe. I wanted these cards to be colorful yet still only one layer. I used plenty of different, Hero Arts shadow inks, and I think the colors I used match perfectly with the paper I used to make the box.
If you are interested in learning how I made the box, you can find the tutorial I made on the subject by clicking here. I also created a template for this box so that I will always remember the dimensions—it really comes in handy, because I make so many different things and it’s hard for me to remember the sizes of things!