Tuesday, 12 January 2010

Another Shaker Box

I was in need of some ideas on how to use the shaker box die I have from Siizix and thought I'd challenge SARAH over at Card Oasis to make something! How cheeky of me!!! She came up trumps with her project of a mini book within the shaker box itself. It's really worth a look. Well, seeing as I set her a challenge I thought I should have a go myself and decided to add some nestability die cuts onto the lid and base.

I've used Stampin Up Perfect Plum cardstock to create the base and 3 nestability pieces - and managed to get it all from 1 piece of A4 card too. I bet your thinking where the 3rd piece is. Well It is covering the square top of the box underneath the lid part. this gives a nice smooth finish as you can see here.

The nestability pieces were inked with Perfect Plum ink as was the main image piece. The teddy is from Elzybells and coloured with Promarkers. The flowers themselves were coloured with the Perfect Plum ink and a blender pen.


Elaine said...

This is just beautiful Paul, love that colour and your Elzy teddy looks right at home there... love the use of the nestie to make an unusual top.. have just ordered that set of nesties today actually!!! Love it!

Elaine x

Pam said...

This is lovely Paul, I've ordered a couple of sizzix box dies from the sale but not holding out much hope!


Biscuitlid said...

fab Paul - my box die arrived today so hoping to get busy creating with it!

Angela said...

What a great way to make this little box look a little different, it is beautiful, the colours are stunning too!!

Almost completed my first shaker box, just need to steal some sweets from the kids to fill it!!
Angela x

craftymum said...

Fantastic box Paul
Love Sarah X

Scrappymax said...

Ooh I love it Paul, lovely box, cute image and fab colouring.
Max x

Mel said...

Another beautiful box Paul fab idea with the nestis.

All Pink girl said...

Totaly adorable
love these little box so cute
hugs Dawnxx
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~ Ali ~ said...

This is fab Paul, simply adorable.

Alex said...

Great ideas to use Nestabilities for your shaker boxes :)

Thanks for sharing.

Alex x