Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Just For You

Please scroll down or click here for my Paper Made Bakery Kit post

Hello!  I am so glad you stopped by today.  This is the second post with a tutorial today, so bear with me, there are a lot of pics to wade through!  For my project, I used a super cute image from Birdie Brown, who is sponsoring us this week at the Ribbon Carousel Challenge.  Check out her super cute images here.  Torico is offering three fabulous images to the winner this week!  Yeah!


I chose the super fun Little Chef image and put him on a tag.  The tag is then attached to a little cake box, which could hold all manner of goodies.  You can find the templates here.


To begin, I printed my box onto white cardstock.


I then cut it out.


Taking a houndstooth stamp from GinaK, designed by the lovely Nina Bracket, I stamped it all over the box in Fresh Ink Melon Pigment ink.


I then scored at the fold lines.


Added Scor-tape and put it together.


I then wrapped some Divine Twine in black from the shop around the top of the box and set it aside to work on the tag.


For the tag, I notched the top with my Corner Chomper and punched a hole with my Crop-o-dile.


I then colored part of my image with Copic markers.


Finished it off by paper-piecing his shirt...and stamping a little sentiment



And finally attaching the tag to my box.


Phew!  You made it through!  Thank you so much for sticking with me.  I do hope you will join us this week because if there is one technique that is fun to do it is paper-piecing!

Lindsay

Supplies:
Paper: White Hallo's Papercraft
Patterned Paper: Dots and Stripes Echo Park
Stamps: Little Chef Birdie Brown, All Occasion Messages Hero Arts
Ink: Graphite Black Tsukineko, Melon Fresh Ink
Embellishment: Black Licorice Divine Twine
Tools: Corner Chomper, Crop-o-Dile We R Memory Keepers



12 comments:

  1. Great tutorial, Lindsay! Love that cake box and I'm a big fan of Torico's designs!

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  2. This is so cute! Love that cake box too. Thanks for the Tutorial!

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  3. How fun! Great idea to use that image as a tag on that cake treat box!

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  4. Super sweet! Love that tag and the houndstooth on the cake box is divine!

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  5. Fabulous tutorial, Lindsay...what a sweet little treat box, one that will come in handy very soon for Valentine's day! Great job on the paper piecing...that image is so cute and the twine looks awesome!

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  6. Adorable project, Lindsay! I really should paper piece more. I just love Torico's cute images and may have to snag a few for myself to practice!

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  7. OH, Lindsay! You have knocked my socks off and made my jaw drop! LOOOOOOOOOOVE this little gift box and tag! AMAZING color choices--and I LOVE how you colored his face! I need some coloring lessons from you! LOVE LOVE LOVE:)

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  8. Cute tag. The box goes great with it too.

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  9. Well now, this little man is just too cute for words. And your pie treat box is amazing too, the houndstooth is a favorite of mine.

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  10. What a fun idea! And FABulous tutorial, thanks for sharing!

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  11. Your project is darling, Lindsay! ;)

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