...Because You're Awesome - Workshop May 20, 2017
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Life In a Box - Workshop May 20, 2017

Usually my workshops focus on making a card using a stamping technique.  But I attended a Stampin' Up! demonstrators workshop a few months ago and figured out how to make framed display boxes.   I saw all kinds of possibilities;  flowers, butterflies, seasonal messages like Christmas, Fourth of July, etc.   But this one is a message of perseverance and finding  joy in our lives.   

The method of making the framed box and the stand supporting it from behind, is difficult to describe on a blog.  I did provide my workshop attendees with detailed directions and I can do so for you if you will email me or reply on a blog comment.   The fee for the instructions are $5 and includes postage.   This is a challenging paper craft project but worth the effort.   I made one of these with my 14 year old niece over the weekend and did turned out lovely.   

Life In a Box 

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  • Stamp Set - Beautiful You (143637)
  • Card Stock - Falling in Love 12"x12" (Blushing Bride, Sahara Sand, Soft Sky).  Falling in Love Designer Series Paper 4 1/4"x4 1/4" and 3 1/2"x3 1/2".   Or for purple version, Sweet Sugarplum 3 1/2"x3 1/2".   Glimmer paper in gold, silver or dazzling diamonds 3 3/4"x3 3/4".  Whisper White 5 1/2"x4 1/4" for dancing gal. 
  • Inks - Basic Black, Blushing Bridge, Sahara Sand, and/or Soft Sky and Sweet Sugarplum
  • Adhesives - SNAIL, Fast Fuse, Multi-purpose Liquid Glue, Dimensionals
  • Blender Pens
  • Directions - Contact me.   Detailed instructions provided for a $5 fee including postage.  

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