Showing posts with label Gift Box. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Gift Box. Show all posts

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Money Box Envelope Tutorial by GDT Vinita Jain

Hello, crafty Friends!

Vinita here, and this is my first GD post, at Rainbow Cratykari! I am so thrilled and will be showing you a project to inspire you with the Month's Challenge!!! Thank you Maninder and the Team! Today, I am showing you an envelope box gifting idea for a newly wed couple!



I created a money box envelope using a lot of mixed media products, a card and lot of journaling tags for pics and writing messages!!! And I had so much fun making them very first time! 😊

This creation is inspired by this month's beautiful mood-board which has these tropical colors, patterns, and textures, wood grain effect, different leaves in green hues!




Let's see how I made this: 


 

The envelope box is a pre cut template. And I decorated the front cover in Mixed media style! I took a honey comb stencil and applied paste. I then, randomly stamped some script for the style!


 

These are chippies from Papericious which I heat embossed with various embossing powders.




 

I die cut some different size leaves in various shapes. I used foam flowers and I highlighted the center of the flowers with some golden glitter applying clear glue. I die cut the word 'congrats' from 3 different shades(2 each) to make a stack.



 

The cover is not complete!


 

I added a lot of journaling tags measuring 7.5"X 3.8" in size using Martha Stewart scoring board. You can fit a beautiful decor and choose the most memorable pics to add the tags with handwritten messages to make those moments more precious.

 

 

This is a card for newly wed couple. I embossed it and highlighted only two big rose flowers using my watercolor pencils. Then embellished it and added a die cut sentiment.

 


 

This is inside view for the message and some heart tags, I stamped the sentiment and heat embossed it. Using Resist technique, I gave it an ombre effect inking. 

 

 

Using a border Die I cut those panels for one of the journaling tags.


 

I then covered it with PP, attached some doily, added 3D stickers and die cuts!


 

This is the back part of the envelope box.



Supply list:


  • Cardstocks and different papers: White Ivory sheet, golden glossy sheet, Light green sheet, Pattern papers, golden glitter foam sheet, green foam sheet,
  • Envelop box: Pre cut in yellow color
  • Dies: Crochet doily from Prima; Mr. and Mrs, Congrats(celebration words) and rectangle dotted framelits, framelit dies set tags from Sizzix; Multi Heart frame from Nellie's; Pierced hearts from Spellbinders; flourish #13 from Cheery Lynn; wild greenery from Die-namics; Gemini die-Orion from Sue Wilson
  • Stamps: Ever after from Kaisercraft, Handmade collections, script from Prima
  • Stencil: Mini honeycomb from TCW
  • Embossing Folder: Rose from Crafts- Too
  • Inks: Distress Ink- Fossilized amber, vintage photo, lucky clover; Jet black Archival ink
  • Embossing powders: opaque bright white, primary lemon, Earthtone mint, silver bells glitter, metallic gold sparkle from Wow
  • Versamark watermark ink pad
  • Texture paste: Ranger
  • Theme based chippies: Papericious
  • Misti
  • Martha Stewart Scoring Board
  • Watercolor pencils from Staedtler and water brush pen
  • Swirl sparkle gem stone self-stick  from Itsy Bitsy
  • 3 D Die cuts and stickers from Eno greetings
  • Layered Chipboards: Tags WeRMK 
  • Washi tape: Golden glitter
  • Glue
  • Round blender
  • Brown pen from Stabilo fine 0.4
  • Black coloring brush pen from Koi
  • Plastic palette knife


Above products are available at the RainbowCrafykari store or you can pre-order them by sending an e-mail at rainbowcraftykari@gmil.com


I hope you enjoyed my latest creation and are inspired to participate at Rainbowcraftykari Challenge#5!


Have a wonderful day!

Vinita

Friday, 18 August 2017

Altered MDF Box by DT Priyanka Thukral

Hello Everyone, :)


I am at Rainbow Craftykari Blog today to share my very first inspiration post as the DT member for Rainbow Craftykari. I am Elated..!! and I hope to stand up to the expectations laid down on me.


Today I have an Altered MDF wooden box to share as a part of my inspiration project.
Altered MDF projects have been my favorites since forever & no wonder I begin my term with one of these.

 

Here is the complete picture of my project



For this project, I picked up a hexagonal MDF box (another current favourite of mine.. :P ) I began with painting the base with gesso which works as a primer (tip: Gesso creates a coat on the base of the wooden material that holds the paint otherwise the wood absorbs the colour).


Next, I painted the box with blue acrylic colour. I chose coordinating patterned papers from Eno Greetings paper pack, cut them to the desired size & distressed them on the edges. For the cover, I cut the paper from one end to the centre point & rolled the two sides on the opposite sides.

On the exposed part of the base, I added glitter using stickles in the coordinating colour & a word tile over it. On the other part, I added a resin oval frame & sequins in the middle of it & adorned it with the resin flowers & bows.
On the sides, I again used stickles in the same colour to give an embossed look (I love how they look like tiny droplets resting on the edge) & added rhinestones to lift up the whole look.

and tada..!! the box is done... :)

The box is perfect to gift a watch to someone or keep it on your dresser as a jewellery box, can be used in multipurpose ways.

Check out some more close up pictures

 








Supplies Used: 

  • Mdf hexagonal shaped box
  • Gesso by Camel
  • Blue Acrylic paint by Fevicryl
  • Eno Greetings- Pattern Papers
  • Word Tile
  • Resin frame - Oval
  • Resin flowers
  • Bow
  • Stickles(aqua colour)
  • Rhinestones
  • Distress Ink
  • Glossy Accents

Above-mentioned products are available at Rainbow Craftykari store or you can also pre-order by sending an email at rainbowcraftykari@gmail.com

Don't forget to participate in our ongoing challenge Rainbow Friendship. Link your projects here.

Hope you liked my project!


Priyanka Thukral

Monday, 20 March 2017

DIY Shadow Box Tutorial by Guest DT Anila

Hello lovely crafters,

 

A very warm good morning to you all. Hope you all are doing well.

 

Gifts, who doesn't love gift, but selecting gifts is very tough. But now no more tough because today in our Teaching and Learning Program our Guest DT Anila has brought an awesome tutorial of handmade shadow box. After seeing this tutorial I  bet you will all try. Grab your coffee and sit back, enjoy the tutorial.

 

Over to you Anila,

 

Hello Crafters,

 

This is my first GDT with Rainbow Craftykari. I thank Maninder and RC team for giving me this opportunity. It is indeed a great pleasure to be a part of this talented team.

 

We all know finding gifts for any occasion is a big task, especially if the gifts are for kids and with our own kids around we struggle for their birthday return gifts. Today in this Teaching and Learning program I am going to show some simple ways of making Shadow boxes which make as excellent piece for home décor or for return gifts. These can be modified and decorated in various themes and sizes. 

 

Let’s Begin!!

 

Take a cardstock of size – 12” x 8”. 

 

(Note – 12”x8” size of cardstock makes a shadow box of size 8”x4”, you can modify the size as per your requirement keeping in mind the 2” scored lines that fold in from all four sides)

 


On the 12” side of the cardstock score the paper at ½”, 1”, 1 ½” & 2”.


Next score the paper at 10”, 10 ½”, 11”, 11 ½”.

 

Turn around the paper. Now on the 8” side of the paper score the paper again at ½”, 1”, 1 ½” & 2”. Next score the paper at 6”, 6 ½”, 7” & 7 ½. Your paper will look like this.

 


Now cut along the lines and cut-off the overlapped portion as shown / marked in the picture below. Cut all the squares except the two unmarked squares.

 

 

Separate the two squares. (Check picture below)

 

 

Repeat this step for all the 4 sides. The cardstock will look like this now.

 


Fold the paper (longer side) on all the score lines as shown.  Fold in and stick the first strip on the base, to form the box wall.  Do it on both the sides.

 

 

Fold in and stick the squares over each other as shown in the picture. Trim the smaller sides as shown in the image. The first two score lines are trimmed in line with the wall and the third strip is cut in slant so that when it folds in, it over laps the longer side wall.

 

 

Now fold in the scored lines of the smaller sides and stick it on the base to form the smaller wall. While doing so apply little glue on the squares (shown in the picture), this will give it additional support.

 

 

Once all the sides are folded in the base of the shadow box is complete.

 

 

Now take two pieces of the same cardstock, around 1 ½” x 1 ½”,  punch a hole on them and stick them from the backside of the box.  Apply generous amount of adhesive here as this part is going to bear the entire load of your shadow box. Tie a matching satin ribbon through the holes to use it for hanging.

 

 

Now comes the decoration part. Stick a patterned paper on the inside of the box and decorate it as per the theme.

 

 

Here I have made a few shadow boxes with different themes. 

 

Shadow box 1

This is in a “Baby girl” theme. It is decorated using some Baby stickers like baby clothes, booties, socks, an elephant. The name of this baby is mounted on white coloured die-cut circles. Washi tapes are on the borders. 

 

 

Shadow box 2

The next one is for a home décor. Here I have used flower, leaves and chipboard decorations.

 

 

Shadow box 3

It can also be made to display inspirational quotations / sayings. This is a smaller sized shadow box.

 

 

Shadow box 4

Here it is made as an intial art with floral arrangement.  This is a little different shadow box it is covered with a plastic sheet.  (When you make a closed box you can even have 3D/ standalone decorations)

 

 

Shadow box 5

A Jungle safari Shadow box. For this shadow box I have used a double sided patterned paper with animal print. Embellished it with die-cut flowers, animals and birds stickers, butterflies, some smiley buttons.

 

 

Shadow box 6

This is an Aquarium Shadow box. It has been decorated with some fine stones, shells, fish stickers etc. There are endless possibilities.

 

 

It was real fun making them all. Did you like them? Which one is your favorite

 


I am listing the materials used for them below

 

Materials used:

Plain cardstock

Satin ribbon

Patterned paper

Washi tapes

Sticker embellishments

Alphabet stickers

Flowers

Chipboards

Doily

MDF alphabet

Acetate

Animal / bird stickers

Fine stones / sand

Shells, stars etc.

Fish stickers

All the above mentioned materials are available at Rainbow Craftykari store or you can pre-order them by sending an email @rainbowcraftykari@live.com

I hope you liked and enjoyed my tutorial and that I have inspired you enough to try it out soon.

Don’t forget to participate in our on-going challenge – “Revamp your scraps”!

Regards,

Anila Dikay

Thursday, 10 November 2016

Umber Handcrafted Box with Platter by Nikkita Sethi


Hello Crafty people,
I am so thrilled to be part of Rainbow Craftykari Design Team.
This is my first ever post for Rainbow Craftykari, and I have created a multipurpose gift box with matching platter.
So are you looking for an attractive and unique style of packaging for your gifts this festive season?
Search no more, because this handcrafted box will be your go-to, to keep and give all those lovely gifts. From chocolates to sweets, money to cards it works great with about anything.



Carefully handmade with a shabby chic look, using Papericious naturals collection papers, MDF Shapes, metal embellishments and mulberry flowers its great to have this platter- box set if you are looking to solve purpose of gifting something unique and stylish this festive season all in a new and more beautiful way.

Basic Instructions:
I have decoupaged the platter using modpodge matte and embellished it. For the multipurpose box, I have used chipboard to make it sturdy and adhered pattern paper and embellished with flowers, MDF Shapes and metal foot leg and corners. Than lastly, I have used inka gold platinum to give a smudged look to the MDF Shapes and corners.




Here by, we are complete now!!
Have used these beautiful high quality charms from Rainbow Craftykari Store


Metal Charm - Bronze Curved Legs - 4pcs

Antique Two Side Corners

Do leave some love. Happy Crafting!!

Love
Nikkita Sethi
https://www.facebook.com/bloomingcraftskolkata/

Materials used:
1 Papericious naturals collection
2 Chipboard - 1200 GSM
3 Black cardstock - 300 GSM
4 Tacky tape

5 Glossy accents
6 Mod podge matte
7 Inka gold platinum

8 MDF Shapes
9 Metal embellishments
Above listed Materials are available at Rainbow Craftykari Store or you can pre-order.