Happy Friday Everyone!
Well general life has been conspiring against me a bit this week (as it does ;D) and at one point I didn't think I was going to get to blog a 2nd project but I've managed it by the skin of my teeth, lol! Today I have a simple origami box to show you using one sheet of the Carta Bella papers for the top and one of Bazzil cardstock for the base.
I've still given mine a slightly Halloween theme but I think it shows that these papers could quite easily be used for all occasions and I think they would make really classy cards for men. The design I chose for the box top is called Poisoned and when folded it has given me a box just under 4.5" square. If you search for origami boxes online it brings up quite a few simple tutorials.
I die cut a motif from the Zig Zag Bats design and inked the edges with a little Black Soot and Seedless Preserves Distress Ink. I also used the Seedless Preserves to stamp the spider web from the Stampers Anonymous Halloween Blueprints but I lightly stamped off onto scrap before stamping the motif so that it wasn't too dark. I attached the skull charm from Snazzy's before attaching the motif to my box with 3D foam pads.
I die cut the branches from a co-ordinating cardstock and positioned them on the box and then die cut the flowers from the Eerie Notes paper design alternating the two sides of the paper. Again I inked the tips of the petals with Seedless Preserves and curled them before layering them with brads and attaching to the box.
Finally I added a black ribbon and trimmed one of the little spider stickers before attaching it near the bow.
Well unfortunately, that's it from me this month but I'm sure our Minxy has something up her sleeve for you next week. Don't forget if you want to be in this month's Snazzy random draw for some Halloween style goodies leave a comment HERE and as always Snazzys has fabulous products in store so visit them online or telephone for your favourites.
Oooer, I just realised my next turn to post is the last week in October and ............. there will only be EIGHT
weeks left to Christmas! Now that is scary, lol!