Amazing Paper Grace Guest Designer Spot: Stamperia Provence Summer Berries Box Card
Hello, Friends! Aaaaah, summer! Today’s Guest Designer Post for Amazing Paper Grace is a Summer Berries Box Card. Made with Spellbinder’s APG Vintage Treasures Cannetille Rectangle Dies and Stamperia Provence and Lilac Flowers papers, it as sweet and refreshing as a bowl of summer berrries with whipped cream on top.
Stamperia Provence Summer Berries Box Card: How I Made It
This box style card looks complicated, but the cover comes together in a snap, thanks to these wonderful dies! Here’s how I made it:
- First, cut a 12″ x 6″ panel of cream cardstock.
- Next, score on the long side at 2 3/4″ , 5 1/2″ and 6.
- Fold to form a little booklet with a 1/2″ spine on the left.
- Then fold the front cover back at the 2 3/4″ score line.
- Line all the panels with Stamperia Provence Paper.
- Die cut the Cannetille Rectangle from Whip Cream Cardstock.
- Now use just the outer frame of the die to cut out a panel of the Provence paper and adhere behind the die cut layers. Leave the center open.
The floral cluster is made with a mix of purple flowers and berries that I had in my stash. Tie it all together with some Elderberry Seam Binding Ribbon and a pretty little button.
Stamperia Provence Summer Berries Box Card: A Peek Inside
Ooh la la! Look at all the lovely papers tucked inside this pretty card! I’ve created a box pocket to hold some lovely treats. You can find a tutorial for that HERE.
Dress up the little gift packages inside the pocket with the center medallion from the Cannetille Rectangle Dies, a button and a half pearl. You can write a note on the back of the journal card, too. I’ve wrapped up a little package of British Tea Cream Cookies and a honey stick with papers from the collection. Then I tucked in a color matched tea bag and one of my precious vintage Italian Demitasse spoons to complete the gift package. This is such a pretty way to present a gift.
I’m having such fun playing with these Vintage Treasures Dies! They fit my style to a “T”. Did I share some tips, tricks and ideas that you can use in your own crafty adventures today? If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.
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