Monday, 27 February 2017

All-Day Craftathon: Window Shopping workshop



I thought I’d skip Mix It Up Monday this week in favour of showing you what we made at the All-Day Craftathon at the weekend. The day was split into three classes, beginning with this one featuring the Window Shopping Bundle.

All the guests received the Window Shopping stamp set in their kit, which is tremendously versatile; in fact we used it in every class throughout the day. 
We began by making this fun box. It’s a slight variation on the hexagon box as it opens at the side, Pac-Man style...



You do this by cutting and reassembling the box pieces as shown below, then joining the two halves together at the side. You can download a tutorial here. 





Three tags go inside, using a tiny strip of the gorgeous Succulent Garden Designer Series Paper, which featured in all three workshops throughout the day.

And there’s a matching card, too. This is made simply by sponging colour onto the front of the card base, then overlaying the die-cut piece. Simple but effective.


This completed our morning activities, so we paused for a buffet lunch before moving on to the second class, which I’ll show you tomorrow...



2 comments:

  1. Hi, Helen. The tutorial link is just taking me to the stamp set that coordinates with the box. Cute idea.

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    1. Sorry about that, Nancy - it's fixed now

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Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. I love receiving genuine comments - I do get bored of deleting dodgy links though!

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