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Sunday, 21 November 2010

Origami Boxes.

Hello peeps, what time is the rain going to start then? It's very dark and dismal here in Chester as usual on my day off. Still it might brighten up a bit later on.
Meanwhile here's the next stage of my mums chocolate mountain gifts.
These boxes are so easy to make. You can get the instructions at Splitcoast Stampers resources pages HERE. Always remember that your piece of paper for the bottom needs to be slightly smaller than the top.These were made with mums grandsons in mind as the paper (DCWV stack 6) is great for young lads. Believe it or not the design is actually diagonal before folding.

I did the little verse on the computer. A few masculine flowers and leaves and we're done. The chocolate mountain is now a bit smaller,lol.
Right, time to feed Speedy as he is trying to look malnourished. We are just having a bit of crumpet with cheese as we're eating out later.
Oh and guess what........... I've found some mini gingerbread men in Tesco, £1.49 for 30,  they were there all the time but they've moved them to the bottom shelf for some reason.

 Thanks for looking.   Di,xx

8 comments:

  1. Just brilliant Diane!, fab box and love the papers too,
    hugs Vicky xx

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  2. hi diane,more fab gift idea,x

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  3. these are fantastic di.love the paper you have used and yummy imsides too :D

    xx coops xx

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  4. Hi Di

    Love these .. .. as would my Son (the box as well as the contents!!).

    Thank you for the link. Must check that one out.

    Hope you had a good meal out.

    Love Jules xx

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  5. Hello Diane.These are brilliant.I'v done a few origami boxes too.Gorgeous papers love that sentiment.xx

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  6. You are so good at creating stunning packaging. xxx

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