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~~ Pink Paislees Inspirational Tour ~~

Posted by Ania On Friday, April 30, 2010


Welcome to the Pink Paislee Inspirational Tour :)

It doesn´t get more simple than this - just leave a comment on this post, and you´ll be entered in the giveaway for a 25$ prize pack sent to you directly from Pink Paislee :) And if you like, sit back and scroll down this post to get inspiration on how to make this cute little gift-box from the scratch. At the bottom of this post you´ll also find a list of all the other partipicating Pink Paislee-girls for more chances to win this 25$ prize pack - Pink Paislee is going to give away more than 300$ in prizes total, so don´t miss one single chance to win! :)

Ps. I am posting this Friday morningish my time, so the other girls post might not be up yet - but keep trying, and the giveaway is open whole weekend before the winners are drawn and announced on either monday or tuesday.


Here´s the gift-box I made from Pink Paislees "365 degree" collection.
You´ll need two sheets of patterned papers, three different sheets of cardstock, circle puncher, a bone folder, a ruler or something straight to use your bone folder with, adhesive (strong, both liquid and tape and 3d foam), and of course, embellishments. Hmhm, might have forgotten stuff, but in that case, bear with me and just wing it like I do ;p

box_inside_web The box opens to reveal several pockets inside, perfectly sized to hide either cards (give away a gift box with cards!), CDs (your favorite mix of music, photos of your family) or photos. Please excuse my paintcovered hand in this photo ;p

MKay, I’m not too good at explaining, but I hope the photos will be somewhat informal – so just scroll down and/or ask and I’ll do my best to explain :)


Cut the 12x12 cardstock in two (into 6x12"), and fold these in the middle with a bone folder. Repeat if you want more pockets - I just used one sheet, which gave me five pockets.


Cut the cardstock some in the middle on each side - approx 2-3 cm.


Cut a new sheet of paper in two, and use a sheet as the middle wall for each of the pockets you have created. DSC_5457

Cut a half circle on the middle of the top edges of both the pockets and the wall (before adhering them together). That will make it easier for you to retrieve whatever you put into the pockets.


Make a small cut on the bottom near the fold as shown on the picture. DSC_5460

Now it´s time to adhere the pockets together - I chose to use liquid glue here.


Don´t forget the "wall" between the pocketsides :)


A better picture showing the pocket adhered together. Repeat so that you have two separate pockets.


I chose to use 3d foam to adhere the two separate pockets together.


The two pockets adhered together, yielding room for five separate pockets. This is the view from the bottom.


And this is the view from the top. If you want, you can create more pockets - just repeat the previous steps.


Now it´s time to create the box itself - I just eyeballed it, and measured directly on the patterned paper. Cut out a long strip of paper, long enough to fold itself around the pockets you have created, and a little more wide than the width of your pockets. I´d say mine was 12x5,5"ish. (Yesyes ignore chippy nailpolish. Thankyou!)


Use the bone folder and a ruler to create creases where the folds around the pockets will be, to make clean and crisp folds. Remember that it is supposed to cover the whole back, while the front will be a little lower than your pockets.


Using the left over papers I created two smaller pieces/flaps for the sidewalls of the box. I gave them round corners where the corner would meet the front of the pocket.


Using a second, different patterned paper, I created a wide, more decorative border for the front side of the box.


Adhere the flaps to the backside of the paper.


I think explaining is difficult, so I hope this photo shows the progress on the box a little better. The front hasn´t been adhered yet.


Now it´s time to adhere the pocket to the box.


A better photo of the pocket adhered to the box.


A flap was made from the scalloped circlepaper. Decorate it before adhering it to the box.


Time to adhere the rest of the box. DSC_5478

A small magnet was used as the lock-mechanism for the box.


Here´s the finished front :) It´s decorated with transparent border, cork button and a brad.


Here´s the back - I chose to use a strip of scalloped paper and pleated ribbon to cover the end of the flap.


The pockets inside has room to carry both handmade cards, CD and photos. Note: you may want to check the backside of the paper to make sure you avoid the product-info right where you cut it. I didn´t check. Ahwell.


Another closeup of the finished box :)

Thanks for reading all the way down here, and remember to drop the other Pink Paislee-girls a visit to get more inspiration (seriously amazing stuff coming up from these girls!!!) & chances to win more giveaway-stuff! :)

Comment away below here! :)

Here’s the other participating girls – if the list is wrong or something like that, lemme know and I’ll fix it asap :) GOod luck!!

Ania (that´d be me ;p):
Jen M.:
Kayla Aimee:

…and the Pink Paislee blog! :)

Ps. There´ll be another giveaway here tomorrow, this time courtesy of Hambly Screenprints. Don´t miss it! :)

415 intriguing feedbacks to '~~ Pink Paislees Inspirational Tour ~~'

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  1. yyam Said,'> 11:35 AM

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful project! It is a gift in itself! :)

    Just wanted to add that I love how you apply color to your projects. They always turn out awesome! :)

    Have a wonderful weekend Ania!


  2. Henriette Said,'> 11:46 AM

    Cool tutorial, I may just try this :o)

    Love all things pink paislee, your projects always rock!

    Happy scrapping this weekend.



  3. Ann-Katrin Said,'> 12:10 PM

    Så flott og dekorativ boks! Takk for flott forklaring og god helg!


  4. Kate Anne Said,'> 12:15 PM

    this is an awesome tutorial! I have something to try this weekend! Thanks for sharing!


  5. Anonymous Said,'> 1:03 PM

    Thanks for this tutorial, I love it!



  6.'> 1:18 PM

    What a beautiful box! I could see me making several of these, thanks for the great tutorial. x


  7.'> 2:22 PM

    I love this little box. Great idea. And your tutorial is awesome - very thorough and informative. But the thing I love the most is the fact that you have paint on your hands in the first photo......... the sign of a true crafter!!! :)


  8.'> 3:10 PM

    Oh, what a pretty gift box! Thanks for the tutorial!


  9. Yasmin Said,'> 3:16 PM

    For en kjempe stilig sak du har laget! Kjempe bra tutorial!! :) Du er såå god til å inspirere ania! :)


  10. pierides Said,'> 3:23 PM

    Fabulous tutorial and a wonderful project!


  11. Brainybairn Said,'> 3:28 PM

    Great idea! Thanks!


  12. Renoa Said,'> 3:44 PM

    What a fabulous idea! the colors are stunning as well!!


  13. Ann Cicilie Said,'> 4:06 PM

    Love the gift box, thanks for the inspiration :)


  14. marianne-g Said,'> 4:14 PM

    Great tutorial and super gift box. Thanks for sharing.


  15.'> 4:22 PM

    Beautiful! Love the detail on the flap and all of your step out instructions!


  16. Linh C. Said,'> 4:22 PM

    Um, LOVE your nail polish!

    Oh, and I LOVE the box too. :)


  17. jpitta Said,'> 4:23 PM

    That box is great! I may havet to try that! Thanks for sharing...


  18. michelle Said,'> 4:24 PM

    Very cool project. .. thanks for sharing


  19. Unknown Said,'> 4:24 PM

    Thanks so much for the very helpful photo tutorial! A beautiful box!


  20. Monica Said,'> 4:25 PM

    very cute project. I love the red brad on the front - it really brings out the 365 colors.


  21. Sharon Said,'> 4:25 PM

    Wow! I will have to come back to this post and try this step by step...Love it!Thank you.


  22. Lee Said,'> 4:25 PM

    such thorough instructions, wow, gift box looks beautiful, tfs, xo


  23. Dawn Said,'> 4:28 PM

    What a fantastic project! TFS!!!


  24. Unknown Said,'> 4:29 PM

    great little keepsake box/folder. Thanks for sharing your step by step process.


  25. Dannee Said,'> 4:29 PM

    This might be my favorite! I really appreciate your step-by-step instructions with pictures, this idea is fabulous!


  26. Lacey Said,'> 4:29 PM

    Wow this is soooo cool! I will have to try this out. and everytime I see this line I fall more & more in love with it! TFS :) Happy friday


  27. Judy Said,'> 4:30 PM

    This is a darling box. I never would have thought of doing it on my own. Love the tutorial.


  28. Vidette Said,'> 4:31 PM

    What a cute holder. Love the papers used.


  29. Dani Donner Said,'> 4:33 PM

    Oh my goodness! I loved this box! So many details... Truly beautiful!


  30.'> 4:33 PM

    Great project, thanks for sharing!


  31. ScrapyTiff Said,'> 4:36 PM

    I am sooo bookmarking this post! I love your project!


  32. Debbi Said,'> 4:38 PM

    Thank you for the step by step and the pics. It makes it so easy to follow. Love this project and definately am going to try it.


  33. Janet Said,'> 4:38 PM

    I love the mix of all the papers. This would be a special gift for someone. Janet Goulet


  34. connie Said,'> 4:40 PM

    This is so cute! thanks for the tutorial.


  35.'> 4:41 PM

    Love the colors you used@ thanks for the great tutorial!


  36. Miss Jeanne Said,'> 4:42 PM

    Absolutely Gorgeous!!!


  37.'> 4:44 PM

    Very cute box!


  38. Unknown Said,'> 4:46 PM

    Beautiful job! Thanks for showing us.


  39. Wenche Said,'> 4:49 PM

    Kjempestilig, du er så dyktig.


  40. Shay Said,'> 4:51 PM

    Pretty, pretty box and love the tutorial!


  41. Heather Said,'> 4:54 PM

    Another great way to give a gift away!! TFS!!


  42. Anonymous Said,'> 4:55 PM

    Love this!


  43. Laura Fiore Said,'> 4:57 PM

    This is way cool! Thanks for the tutorial!


  44. Renee Said,'> 4:58 PM

    Love it!! So pretty!


  45. Amber Said,'> 4:59 PM

    Great idea!


  46. B Said,'> 4:59 PM

    Oh wow! Love this! Awesome -- and thanks for the tutorial!


  47. Anonymous Said,'> 5:01 PM

    This is a wonderful tutorial, so easy to follow for the grandma's.
    Thanks, Dutchiegirl


  48. rkokes Said,'> 5:04 PM

    cute project!


  49. Unknown Said,'> 5:04 PM

    wonderful gift bag


  50. SandraE Said,'> 5:06 PM

    So Stinkin cute!


  51. Unknown Said,'> 5:06 PM

    that's pretty amazing-
    How do you get pictures of yourself creating something? Can I just say I love seeing the creative "mess" on your desk in the background. Now I do not feel so bad when I use up the ENTIRE table ;) LOVE the inspiration! Thanks!!!


  52. Jen Harkema Said,'> 5:08 PM

    Wow...thank you for the amazing idea!


  53. Lindzie Said,'> 5:08 PM

    Very cool! Thanks for sharing. And I also enjoyed your creative mess in the background. Shows me that I'm not the only one that has to have everything spread all around!


  54. Erin Said,'> 5:12 PM

    Love the inspirational messages throughout your blog. It makes me want to check all the little nooks and crannies so I don't miss anything! Very cute box!!


  55. Kristyn Said,'> 5:13 PM

    Love that 365 line!


  56. Unknown Said,'> 5:15 PM

    I love 3d paper crafting and this one is fabulous. Thanks for the step-by-step!


  57. Renee Said,'> 5:19 PM

    Love the box! You could also use the pockets as an album, punch some holes on the bottom and tie them together with ribbons, turn sideways and use it book-style.... cute cute!


  58.'> 5:20 PM

    Love it, love it - truly love it!


  59. Sylvia Said,'> 5:23 PM

    So cute and useful. Thanks for sharing your ideas.


  60. Said,'> 5:26 PM

    Well aren't you clever. Thanks for the inspiration.


  61.'> 5:27 PM

    Thank you for just an amazing tutorial. This is just wonderful.


  62. Crissie Said,'> 5:29 PM

    Cute box! The wheels in my head are turning with all kinds of ideas that I could use this box for. Thanks for the tutorial and all the photos.


  63. Celeste B. Said,'> 5:31 PM

    Great tutorial. Love the box.


  64. Rhonda R. Said,'> 5:32 PM

    Thanks for the great ideas!


  65. Patricia G. Said,'> 5:32 PM

    Just an adorable project


  66. Anonymous Said,'> 5:34 PM

    What a fantastic project!


  67. mommy2alex Said,'> 5:34 PM

    That is an awesome tutorial, love the step-by-step photos!!


  68. Allison Cope Said,'> 5:34 PM

    So creative! Love it!


  69. Paper Bling Said,'> 5:34 PM

    This box/holder idea is FAB! Your TUT is very detailed and describes the project perfectly...nice job! I'm thinking this may be my first project to create from the tour. Thanks a Bunch and I'm thrilled to have "found" your blog! ((wink))


  70.'> 5:36 PM

    I may have already said this, but I love your project. It is so creative and detailed--you just did an amazing job on it. ~erin


  71. Michelle Said,'> 5:39 PM

    Lovely fun project, since I am not a pro at these things, lucky there was a cool tutorial! yay!


  72. Shannon Said,'> 5:41 PM

    So cool!! I must do this!


  73. Maple Said,'> 5:43 PM

    So creative! Thanks!


  74. Valerie S Said,'> 5:47 PM

    Wow! I can see so many uses for this beautiful box.


  75. mamadonald Said,'> 5:47 PM

    Oh, my third stop on this awesome train! This little box is just a super great idea!! Love it!!


  76. Lynette C Said,'> 5:50 PM

    Lovely project. And thank you for the very detail instruction and photos. Wouldn't it be nice if all projects have your kind of detail instruction and photos.


  77. Janice Said,'> 5:52 PM

    What a great gift this is!


  78. J. Ruck Said,'> 5:54 PM

    God bless you for picture by picture instructions. You rock!


  79. Cassaundra Said,'> 5:56 PM

    Good tutorial! Love the idea.


  80. Scrapamum Said,'> 5:59 PM

    I love it! What a fun time!!!!!


  81. Anonymous Said,'> 6:01 PM

    Totally adorable and very doable. My head is spinning with all the possibilities for this great project.

    Battle Creek


  82. Luann Said,'> 6:02 PM

    What a great idea. I love things that are different and useful.


  83. Tonya Said,'> 6:03 PM

    what a great box, it is so pretty and your instructions are great!


  84. Kim Said,'> 6:08 PM

    I'm starting to see a theme with all the projects. Other then them all being amazing.


  85.'> 6:09 PM

    Thanks for the detailed directions - will make this project easy to make.


  86. Tracey Said,'> 6:11 PM

    What a fantastic project! Thanks for including the tutorial as well!


  87. Heather Said,'> 6:12 PM

    Well, when you say it like doesn't seem as hard as I thought...Lovely, lovely lovely!


  88. Leah Said,'> 6:13 PM

    How did you know that I'm a sucker for making boxs? I am so going to have to try this this weekend...maybe a great little gift for teacher appreciation week next week! Thanks so much!


  89.'> 6:15 PM

    This is gorgeous!


  90.'> 6:16 PM

    How pretty!! Great tutorial.


  91. Unknown Said,'> 6:19 PM

    WOW. such detail! thanks for sharing this tutorial~


  92. craftymom205 Said,'> 6:19 PM

    Great idea.


  93. Elisa K Said,'> 6:20 PM

    Wow love your project... Thanks for sharing.

    Elisa K


  94.'> 6:25 PM

    Sweet project! TFS!


  95. Christi Said,'> 6:27 PM

    such a terrific project!!


  96. Christy Said,'> 6:27 PM

    Loved the box, always looking for new ways to tuck in lots of tags and trinkets. This is something I will definitely try.


  97. Wendy Said,'> 6:27 PM

    What a cute gift box! Great for Mother's Day! Thanks for sharing!


  98. Rita Said,'> 6:31 PM

    Awesome project. I can't wait to give this a try.


  99. Aubree Said,'> 6:31 PM

    what a beautiful project!!


  100. katrina Said,'> 6:31 PM

    what a wonderful idea.


  101. Anonymous Said,'> 6:32 PM

    Wow! What a great idea! Thanks for the tutorial!


  102. Scrapology Said,'> 6:32 PM

    Cute idea.


  103. Pink Heather Said,'> 6:36 PM

    I love this. The pictures are excellent.


  104. Lisa Spiegel Said,'> 6:37 PM

    What a great tutorial! And you gotta love a girl with paint stained hands...:)


  105.'> 6:37 PM

    wow...that is so cool!


  106. byondbzr Said,'> 6:38 PM

    That's awesome!


  107. Jillisgram Said,'> 6:38 PM

    Nice tutorial --- thank you!


  108. Unknown Said,'> 6:39 PM

    Love the idea!!! Thanks for the detailed tutorial. Pictures help me a lot since I'm more of a visual learner.=)


  109. Rachel Said,'> 6:40 PM

    What a neat idea to give some notes as a gift.


  110. Olivia M. Said,'> 6:43 PM

    Great idea, perfect for notes or various gift cards.


  111. Marie-Josee Said,'> 6:44 PM

    I love it, It's beautiful. Great pictures


  112.'> 6:46 PM

    Great work!


  113. Unknown Said,'> 6:52 PM

    Utrolig flott eske du har laget. Jeg syntes det du tryller frem alltid er så delikat å se på, så elegant liksom. Du gir mye inspirasjon;) Herlig give-away fra Pink da! Me want:))

    Klem Lula


  114. Anonymous Said,'> 6:52 PM

    Så flott denne ble. Takk for at du deler.
    Blir nok satt på lista- "må prøve"


  115. crystal Schaar Said,'> 6:55 PM

    Great Idea. Thank you for sharing all of the steps with us...


  116.'> 6:56 PM

    What a great tutorial. Love it!


  117. Dena Said,'> 6:58 PM

    cute stuff - Loved it!!


  118.'> 6:59 PM

    great project!!


  119. Chris Said,'> 7:11 PM

    Pretty box!!


  120. Unknown Said,'> 7:12 PM

    I like the color combo. Thank you for the inspiration.


  121. Mel Said,'> 7:15 PM

    Great project, and your tutorial is so easy to understand!


  122. Unknown Said,'> 7:15 PM

    Such a great idea! Cute gift.


  123. Anonymous Said,'> 7:16 PM

    This would make a Great 25th Anniversary gift or
    for the "person who has everything" or Elderly
    filled with home made cards!
    What a Great tutorial!


  124. Erika M. Said,'> 7:16 PM

    Your giftbox is perfectly darling!


  125. mlmdesign Said,'> 7:16 PM

    I think my mom would love to have a box of photos and cds like this - a treat full of surprises. Thanks for the inspiration!


  126. Suzanne Said,'> 7:19 PM

    Fab instructions, thanks, it looks a great gift project.


  127. Jill Felker Said,'> 7:25 PM

    That definitely needs to go on my to-do list. I love it!


  128. chksngr Said,'> 7:27 PM

    Goodness, I love your tutorials! Every time you do one, I feel compelled to try the project!


  129. Marlene Said,'> 7:29 PM

    That is soo cute! I might make one for my mom as a Mother's Day gift and fill it with photos of my kids. Thank You for the inspiration.


  130. Katy Young Said,'> 7:31 PM

    I love it! What a great idea!


  131. Unknown Said,'> 7:34 PM

    This would be great to carry home iteas and swatches for matching.


  132. Susannah Said,'> 7:34 PM

    I love it! I think I may attempt one of these for Teachers Day and stick a gift card in it or something. THANKS!


  133. Janet Said,'> 7:37 PM

    WOW! What an awesome project! TFS!


  134. Marcia S Said,'> 7:41 PM

    I like the color combinations that you used.


  135.'> 7:44 PM

    What an adorable little gift box. I would probably make some cards to fit inside and then give it as a gift. Great tutorial.

    P.S. I love that you have paint on your It shows me I'm creative...not sloppy ;p


  136. Susan Said,'> 7:56 PM

    Love this idea! I will be making one myself!


  137. chenguna Said,'> 8:01 PM

    What a cute I idea. I could probably put a thin mini in there!
    Michelle M.


  138. Brandy Pitre Said,'> 8:08 PM

    LOVE IT! Thanks for the step by step instructions!


  139. Penny Said,'> 8:14 PM

    What a great project! I loved your pics of every step, good job! its great!


  140.'> 8:16 PM

    Loved this project! I can think of sooo many uses.


  141. Michelle Said,'> 8:21 PM

    Love this project! Thanks for the step by step instructions, I'm going to try and make one this weekend!!


  142. jp10 Said,'> 8:22 PM

    love the little gift box! so many uses for it--now how many should i make?? thanks for the great instructions!


  143. Dana Tatar Said,'> 8:27 PM

    I LOVE your gift box, and filling it with CDs is a fabulous idea! Thanks for the inspiration!


  144. twobugs Said,'> 8:27 PM

    wonderful project, it could be used for so many things


  145. Anonymous Said,'> 8:27 PM

    That is a cool project. Really appreciated the step-by-step photos as they made it clearer than just text!


  146. KimberlyM Said,'> 8:30 PM

    Oh, cuteness!


  147. Paris Said,'> 8:31 PM

    Thanks for sharing this tutiorial!


  148. ArlaMo Said,'> 8:32 PM

    Great tutorial!! Thanks for sharing.


  149. LENA Said,'> 8:34 PM

    Really cute! Thanks for sharing!


  150. thearthurz Said,'> 8:35 PM

    Super cute!!


  151. Sophia Said,'> 8:39 PM

    Totally love your project TFS...


  152. Alhana Said,'> 8:40 PM

    A really nice box you have made there :-)
    Thanks for sharing.


  153. val Said,'> 8:44 PM

    wow! your photos are so fabulous and detailed! it really helps to see it coming along and helped me to make it! thanks for this idea!!! it really rocks!


  154. Heather B Said,'> 8:52 PM

    Really fantastic instructions! Thanks for sharing.


  155. Delia Said,'> 9:00 PM

    I love the box and the detailed instructions, I am a visual learner LOL. Thanks for sharing


  156. KIM A Said,'> 9:05 PM

    Loveit!! Awesome project.


  157. Piali Said,'> 9:07 PM

    I love 365 collection..its one of my fave PP papers. Thanks for the awesome tutorial...I've try this one.


  158. Anke Humpert Said,'> 9:10 PM

    great tut! Thank you...,-)


  159. Nitasha Said,'> 9:18 PM

    This is just too cute! Printing out the instructions for this one for sure! Thank you.


  160.'> 9:19 PM

    This is awesome!


  161. Denise Said,'> 9:26 PM

    This is just the cutest project. Thanks for sharing such awesome instructions.


  162.'> 9:34 PM

    Love It!! That is such an awesome project!


  163. Abbey Said,'> 9:35 PM

    I love the 365 Degrees line! Great project!


  164. Jodi Said,'> 9:36 PM

    awesome project! Great tutorial!!!


  165. Janette Said,'> 9:37 PM

    Love the color!


  166.'> 9:37 PM

    LOVE IT!!! I must try this! Thank you for the idea!


  167. April C Said,'> 9:38 PM

    Wow I cannot wait to make this!!!


  168. Sassette Said,'> 9:41 PM

    Oh thank you so much for sharing the instructions for this! I love this project and can't wait to get to making one!


  169. Suz Said,'> 9:42 PM

    Nice project - thanks for the great photos how to recreate it


  170. Tara Orr Said,'> 9:53 PM

    such an awesome idea - thanks for sharing and for the opportunity to win! Great tutorial too!


  171. Krystle Said,'> 9:55 PM

    Oh my goodness -- what a great giveaway!


  172. T.A.M. Said,'> 9:56 PM

    Wow! great project! love the ribbon!tfs!


  173. Carole Gatza Said,'> 9:57 PM

    This is so great! Really fun!
    Carole Gatza


  174. Suzanne Said,'> 10:03 PM

    Great idea! Thanks for sharing!!!!


  175.'> 10:06 PM

    Great idea! Would be cute as a mini album holder with the pockets off set too.


  176.'> 10:31 PM

    Wow! Awesome tutorial. I love this! :D


  177. Anonymous Said,'> 10:32 PM



  178. Rona Said,'> 10:33 PM

    very nice tutorial! pretty box


  179. shawna Said,'> 10:38 PM

    Love this project and love the color you used. Love the details in the instruction thanks for that.


  180. Anke Said,'> 10:49 PM

    Great and detailed tutorial!
    I sure will make it!


  181. brenlubrant Said,'> 10:54 PM

    I love gift giving papercraft ideas, and this one is fantastic! You did a good job. Thanks!!


  182. Kim Wilson Said,'> 10:57 PM

    This is so awesome! Thank you :)


  183. lynnfrompgh Said,'> 11:06 PM

    Great idea for a paper crafting gift.....I have some of the 365 so just might make one tonight!!


  184. Brenda Hurd Said,'> 11:12 PM

    lovely Ania!!


  185. Linda Said,'> 11:19 PM

    Great project! Talk about it being all about the presentation.


  186. csteenblik Said,'> 11:27 PM

    This is a darling project! Thanks for a great tutorial.


  187. liannallama Said,'> 11:29 PM

    what a great project! Thanks for all the details!


  188. Anonymous Said,'> 11:31 PM

    This is gonna be the perfect thing to make to share photos instead of just handing them to whoever in a baggie....thanks oodles! Barb


  189. Ann Edwards Said,'> 11:37 PM

    Super informative tutorial. Great project. Thanks for sharing.


  190. Anonymous Said,'> 11:39 PM

    Hi from a Swede in New Zealand!!! Great tutorisl, thanks for that!


  191. Tara O Said,'> 11:43 PM

    That's a great little project...very well organized and planned out.


  192. Lisa Said,'> 11:44 PM

    Cute idea!


  193. Lauren Said,'> 11:46 PM

    Very cool project, I can't wait to make my own!


  194.'> 11:48 PM

    Looks great! Thanks for all the photos!


  195. Clair Said,'> 11:55 PM

    So glad to find your blog. Love this project and your photography is pretty stunning!


  196. Judith Said,'> 11:58 PM

    Love your gift box. Thanks for sharing


  197. Anonymous Said,'> 11:58 PM

    This is fantabulous!


  198. Anna K. Said,'> 12:04 AM

    What an awesome idea! Thanks for all the details on how you made the structure of the box. My first thought when I saw this? ... How cool would this be for kids' classroom Valentine mailboxes?! A little late, I know, but still... :)


  199.'> 12:05 AM

    Love this box!! What a wonderful idea!! I'm sure gonna save it to try later on!! TFS!


  200. Teribelle8 Said,'> 12:06 AM

    What a great little box! And I love the papers...awesome...
    thanks for sharing!


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