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Friday, 27 September 2013

Recipe Box

Well it is that time of the week again, and I am back to share the last of my Kaisercraft Tea Party projects.  This paper really was a lot of fun to work with and very cheery. This week I have created a recipe style box that holds 6 double sided photo mats.


I constructed my recipe box using two sheets of A4 white card stock and Kaisercrafts 6.5"x6.5" Tea Party mini pad.

I covered the exterior of the recipe box with the pink side of Afternoon Tea
  and the interior is lined with some cotton candy pink papers from my stash.
   I also added a magnet to the flap to help keep the recipe box closed.

 Once I had the outer shell constructed I cut and folded my dividers.

 Using some double sided adhesive I attached white card stock to my concertina folded sides to create the compartments to house the photo mats.
  I then adhered these to the front and back sections of my recipe box
Once I had my box fully constructed I hand cut some photo mats to go inside..

 I have decorated the front with some of the Raspberry Tart; Icing Sugar; Rubon from the collection; Prima Rose from the mini sachet that came in my kit.  I have also used the die that Scottie Crafts sent out and some of their lace trim too. Please be sure to click the links to checkout Scottie Crafts range of dies and trims!....

 
I finished my recipe box off with a sweet little pink gingham bow.
Thanks for joining me...Hope your weekend is full of crafty goodness
  ✿ღ.~♥  Live your Bliss ♥~ღ.✿

13 comments:

  1. This is lovely Kimi and very clear instructions too. Happy crafting x

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  2. So adorable! Love all that pink:) xoxo

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  3. hey sissy!! OH WOW...great project!! TFS
    xoxo
    Elsa

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  4. Just gorgeous Kimi. You are so very clever with your projects

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  5. I want one!! lol Love it and I will certainly be making one. Thanks for sharing ;)

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  6. This is gorgeous Kimi. Love the idea of putting photo mats inside a recipe type folder and your instruction are really easy to follow. Love it!!! ox

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  7. You are so clever?!! Think you should do a start to finish video of construction, especially for my little brain!!
    What a wonderful creation... Again! :))

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  8. That box is really cute. Would you be so kind to post meaurements of the paper-pieces and scorelines ,please?

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  9. i love it Kim ,you always come up with great designs...x

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