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Keren Baker creates a delightful winter gift box featuring ever-so-adorable penguins – follow the simple step-by-step below to get started.
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YOU WILL NEED:
Dies: Tonic Studios Kaleidoscope Triangular and Hexagonal Box, Basic Element Circles, Penguin Family Trio, Script Merry Christmas
Pen, Tonic Studios Glitter Gloss Aquaflow
Ink, Ranger Distress Oxide
Nuvo Glitter Drops
1. Die cut three small straight panels from the box set and using distress inks, blend light to dark on each panel. Make two penguins from black, white and light blue, adding details with pink, red and gold card.
2. Create a hexagonal top and base from navy card. Fix the three panels together and fit the lids, securing with adhesive. Trim different sized triangular pieces of white card, then arrange Craft Clever Creating a scene is easy with blended inks. If you don’t have any, find some ombré or winter-themed patterned papers onto the front of the box, adhering with glue at the bottom of the triangles.
3. Slot the penguins into position behind the triangles and stick. Die cut a sentiment from gold card and trim the words so they are separate. Add a sentiment to the bottom. Pierce a hole in the lid and thread a loop of ribbon through. Tie a knot under the lid. Add glitter and create snow using Nuvo glitter drops.
YOU WILL NEED:
Cardstock, various colours
Adhesives: glue, double-sided tape, 3D foam pads
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