Thursday, 3 April 2014

Cottage Garden Pop Up Box

Hi everyone...

Thank you for all your lovely comments on my Simon Says Stamp post on Monday and also the comments I've received about my samples that I created for the Craftwork Cards shows on Ideal World and Create and Craft...it always means so much to read them and they always make me smile wide!

For those Craftwork Cards fans out there, (and I know there are a lot) I'm sure you all enjoyed the shows and I KNOW some of you were tempted to put some of those gorgeous new collections into your baskets...weren't they gorgeous and didn't Julie do an amazing job on Tuesday night and throughout the day yesterday?

Now if you do have any of the collections winging their way to you and if you need a little bit of inspiration, then I thought it would be nice to share some of the samples I made for the shows so that you can see them all in close up and see all the details. So today, I'm starting with my Cottage Garden pop up box, using the gorgeous papers from this collection and as always, I hope you like what I've made...
This is the larger of the two boxes that you get in the pack and is such a lovely size to work with and when it all folds flat, it fits into an envelope.
 The flowers are all die cut from the Cottage Garden paper pad, using a Sizzix die and the foliage is die cut from the Tim Holtz Garden Greenery die and then painted with Distress Paints.
The flowers and leaves are all attached to the little tabs that you add inside the box and each flower has a Candi centre.
 Close up of the flowers
So, that's it from me for today and I hope you have as much fun with your paper collections and goodies when they arrive as I did. Have a wonderful day!!
See you soon and bye for now...love Emma xxx

16 comments:

  1. The shows were excellent, Julie is a very inspirational lady. This sample is stunning Emma, the little mats around the edges are really beautiful and the flowers and leaves are wonderful. Love this!

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  2. GORGEOUS!! simply beautiful in all ways. Love the lilac and blue. I made one with the botanica papers!

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  3. Fab flowers; clever cards; bonny boxes; inspirational ideas; Craftwork Cards; excellent Emma. What more can I say?

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  4. That is stunning Emma. I love the colours.

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  5. I lurve this , so pretty , must go, and play catch up on craftwork card show xx

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  6. Lovely Emma, love the fresh spring like colours. Gorgeous flowers and dimension too. Hope you are well sweetie. Tracy x

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  7. lovely Emma. i have just made one of these boxes, all stamped and inked background xx

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  8. Your pop up box is truly gorgeous girl! Love the flowers - all of them! So pretty!!! xxx

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  9. Made my first one the other day for an 18th birthday, in love with boxes at the moment.
    Fabulous creation as always Dahlink:-) xxx

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  10. Emma, I am new to your blog and you mention what you get in a packet, but how does one purchase one of these packets?
    Beautiful work! Thank you, Sheila

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    1. Hi Sheila...
      Thank you so much for your lovely comment and for following my blog. The pack of pop up cards that I'm referring to in this post is available to buy here: http://www.craftworkcards.co.uk/products/3732/pop-up-box-cards.html

      The Cottage Garden papers and Candi, that I used on this project are also available to buy from www.craftworkcards.co.uk

      I really hope this helps and if you do need any further help, then please don't hesitate to ask...I'm always here!
      Emma x

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  11. Really beautiful card, you are one talented lady! Could you tell me please....the inside flaps of the box, is that DP or stamps that you coloured?

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    1. Thank you for our lovely comment Sue and sorry for not replying sooner but I've only just seen this and with regards to your question...the inside flaps of the box are all covered with DP from the Cottage Garden paper collection! Hope that helps and thanks again... :)

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  12. For those of us in the USA, where can we get these papers? Who makes them and what are they called?

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    1. Joy, I can only apologize as the original links on this post seem to have disappeared!! But I have now restored them and all links to products and Craftwork Cards, the UK company that sells this collection of papers and the boxes, are now in the post!

      Once again, I'm very sorry but hope this helps and please do get in touch if you have any other questions... :)

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Thank you for all your comments and messages, they are all appreciated.
Please come back and visit me soon...
Emma ~xx

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