November 06, 2012

Spellbinders Hexagon Pinwheel Box

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This pretty little box is ideal for smaller cards or invitations that you may want to send... it's more like an envelope really.

It is very easy to make ...  but you will need a die cutting machine with a larger cutting area as the die is too big to go through the Big Shot that I have.


The die itself is  available from Save On Hobbies at an excellent price.

I have used Centura Pearl  for this one from Crafters Companion  and it has been embossed to add some texture to the card.

It is the Spellbinders Grand Hexagon Pinwheel Top Box  and that title is quite a mouthful ... try saying it fast.

I struggled saying it on the video.
But a  video on this project  is here for you  and it answers  some of the  questions I have had about how to  fold it correctly.

The Diamante is from Want2Scrap

I will also show you how to create the small card that can be placed inside.

 And as long as the embellishmetns are kept low it will fit.

On this one I have cut up some Guipure lace for the leaves and added them behind the flowers.

I like how it looks and they are for  "Thank You" cards for  wedding gifts
Hugs xx

11 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful. Very elegant.

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  2. Beautiful Hexagon Pinwheel Top Boxes!! I love how you decorated them! I thought you would like to know that this is one of the box dies I designed for Spellbinders last year. The video is great also!!

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  3. WOW this is stunning love the design. Caroline xxx

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  4. Beautiful and very elegant Christina xXx

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  5. gorgeous project, beautiful little box..pam

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  6. Very Pretty,Im from Brazil and I loved yours ideas.Thanks Christina.

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  7. What a gorgeous gift box and card, Christina!! The white is so elegant!! I have been eying this die...you have just convinced me to get it!! Have a great evening :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  8. Beautiful Hexagon Pinwheel box...love the white-so stunning!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  9. Christina this is beyond anything I have ever seen and it belongs in every craft magazine out there!!! It is stunning , elegant and spectacular!!!!

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