Hello Lovely Crafter's,
Here I am back with another lovely Challenge for this month along with creating this inspiration project going with the theme: "Winter Blues with a Twist"
I have gone ahead to Alter this empty box as a Gift Box in Blue.....
Here's a quick step by step tutorial for creating this little cute gift box for any occasion
Let's begin with some list of supplies used:
# Empty Box
# Corrugated Sheet
# Black and White Gesso- Prima Marketing
# Timholtz Floral Stencil
# Snow Chalk Paint - Little Birdie Crafts
# Archival Ink- Forget me Not, Cobalt
# Oxide Ink Pad - Walnut Stain
# Texture Paste
# Distress Crackle Paint
# Heartfelt Poppy Flowers (Handmade)
# Blue Twine - Dress my Craft
# Chipboard Sentiment- Little Birdie
# Cadence - Mixed Media Stones
# Frosting Powder- Papericious
# .Glossy Ascent
Steps of Making:
Step:1. We have taken a empty box which we laid in the house, its a very good quality chipboard box, so though to just alter it into a gift box.
Step:2. Taken some hand tore pieces of corrugated sheet and added it on top of the box.
Step:3. I further covered the top with Heavy Black Gesso and leave it to dry.
Step:4. Next step has been to add some more texture to the background, I have taken the stencil and texture paste to cover some spaces around the corrugated texture.
Step:5. Again gone ahead to cover the whole top with Heavy White Gesso and leave it to completely.
Step:6. As per the theme, there is a snowy colour in the palette , to give similar look I have used snow chalk paint and dabbed on top of the complete layout using a sponge.
Step:7. Next step was to highlight the floral texture in the background, have used Forget me Not Archival Ink and kind of dry brushed to just highlight the same.
Step:8. Finally went ahead to complete the look with placing some handmade flowers, I made poppy flowers in blue using heartfelt stamp and die set.
Step:9. Further added some swirl die cuts, leaves and also adding the twist in the challenge by adding the blue twine.
Step:10. Final step adding some frosting powder to the flowers using crackle paint, it gives such amazing look to the flowers and just love the way it feels a little frosty on the flowers. Also added some Mixed Media stones here and there with the help of glossy ascents.
And here is our complete project for the challenge.
Some close up look:
Hope you all loved my alteration...do take some time to leave out your lovely comments...would love to hear from you all...
Do share your amazing projects with us for our Blog Challenge-" Winter Blues with a Twist"
Prika <3 <3 <3
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