2 5 7 10 in Sage

Hello all. Just a quick post tonight. I am in the process of trying out some different gift box patterns, thanks to the resource pages of Splitcoaststampers. This one is called a 2-5-7-10 box because that is where you score on the cardstock. However, as we are metric here in Australia, our cardstock is also metric. I have made adjustments to the pattern to convert it to centimetres.

I took a sheet of Sage Shadow and using Versamark, stamped one of the Fifth Avenue Floral stamps randomly all over it. After scoring and cutting, I used the Eyelet Border Punch to decorate the opening at the top of the box. The embellishment on the front uses a layer of Bravo Burgundy topped with White. Another stamp from Fifth Avenue Floral was stamped on the white using Stazon Jet Black and then watercoloured using a Blender Pen with Bravo Burgundy, Almost Artichoke and Pretty in Pink. I then sponged it all with Sage Shadow and punched some small holes at the top to thread some white satin ribbon. This is the finished product.

2 5 7 10 box sage

Hope to have some more for you soon.

Enjoy.

annette

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