Or do you cut paper by hand?
Either way works when you use papers from Robin's Nest!
I used the Sizzix eclips to cut out an svg file to create this Apple Treat Box for a friend who has been in and out of the hospital. The Glitter Letters Paper give the plaid a funky edge.
This box is a nice size for a couple of snacks!
The base of this treat box was made using Glitter Black Paws paper.
A little sparkle really make the black interesting.
Dew drops add a little detail in hidden places.
Winter Retreat dew drops along with glitter add a bit of pizzaz to the project!
But...if you don't have a fancy cutting machine, you'll have fun with basic folds and scissors.
This box card has a belly band to keep the box closed.
(Okay, admittedly, I used another cutting file for that apple. But you could use a nestie or stamp or hand cut shape as well!)
Stop the presses: After I created this project, I realized that I should have used
these Robin's Nest Apple die cuts and clippies. In your head,
pretend that you see them on this project! A rule of thumb...Know your stuff!
Open and unbanded view.
I used Fleur Olive Green Paper for the outside of this box.
The inside stripes are the reverse side of the Fleur paper!
Red Flat plaid for this apple!
I used Dew Dew Glue to adhere the Winter Retreat Dew Drops.
What would you tuck into this pocket?
Tags, gum, a bracelet, moola?
The base is formed using a scorpal and scissors!
The Glitter Blacks Paws paper was used for the base.
More Winter's Retreat Dewdrops for embellishment.
I love the sparkle on the stem!
Either way....cutting machine or manual scissors...
A few cuts on Robin's Nest papers and you'll have a sweet gift set
to share with your friends!