Kim's Baby Boxes
It's always baby shower season, and one must always be ready! Today, see what Kim Gaughan created for an expectant Mommy gift!
Blue, pink, yellow, or green... Baby colors! If you know any new Mom's that are expecting, or even one that is going to be a Mom again, these cute little gift boxes would be a great treat!
These are easy to make, and you could fill them with small items for a new mom like tea, small beauty items, or small items for the baby. Or if you are helping with planning a baby shower these would make great party favors filled with candy! On the back of the boxes there is even a space to write a Congratulatory message or a Thank You sentiment (if you did use them as a shower favor).
SVG's: Winter Snowflake Box by Lori Whitlock; Scal3 basic shapes - circle, rectangle, square
Cardstock: We R Memory Keepers - Baby Mine; White Cardstock
Stamps: We R Memory Keepers Baby Mine - Baby Borders and Congrats
Ink: Archival Ink by Ranger (black); Colorbox by Clearsnap - light blue and light pink
Adhesive: Xyron Mega Runner; Xyron 1.5 inch Create A Sticker
In SCAL3, I opened the Winter Snowflake Box SVG by Lori Whitlock and ungrouped the image so I could delete the snowflake svg. With my eCraft, I cut out the box in the size it had imported into SCAL3 as and assembled it together using my Xyron Mega Runner.
Then I cut out the following in white cardstock - 1 circle at 2.25 inches wide and 1 square at 2.5 inches wide. In the printed pattern I cut out a circle at 2.6 inches wide and a rectangle at 3 inches wide by 3.5 inches high.
Next I stamped the baby feet onto the white circle in black ink and inked the edges in the colored ink and adhered it to the patterned circle. Then I adhered the completed circle onto the front of the box. I stamped the white squares with the sentiment/block stamp in black ink and inked the edges in colored ink also and adhered it to the middle of the patterned rectangle. I then adhered the finished rectangle to the back of the box.
I glued the buttons onto the front of the box, one in each of the four corners. For the back, using my scissors, I fussy cut out some of the images from the patterned cardstock that I had leftover from the previous steps and adhered the images to the bottom of the back of the box.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! If you have any questions, please visit the Craftwell forum and ask!
See you next Tuesday or on the forum!
Thank you Kim for this adorable project!
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