Can you say total Cuteness?!
Let's Get Crafty!
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First thing first! let's get the coloring out of the way before assembly. This normally takes quiet a bit of time to make right. Below are all the colors that you will need to make your image pop. You can always change some of the colors to suit your taste.
Construction of this cute little box is pretty simple. As the Design Space image comes in one piece, this makes it so much easier to assemble. First crease along all of the store lines one direction and then the other to make it easier to work with. Glue the sides and then the bottom tabs. You can use liquid glue or double sided tape. I prefer liquid glue.
Once the sides are glued you can now close the top by sliding the side closers over the scallops at the top of the box. Next add the sentiment banner to the top of the box as depicted below. I used 3D foam tape to give some dimension, rather than just lying flat. It makes it more interesting to the eye.
Ready to set the image onto the box. This particular gable box has four semi-circular slits at the corner. Insert the image corners into each slit for the box to hold it in place. No glue needed! Even better!
Time to get working on the little tag. The tag has two layers, but because I wanted to have some of the printed cardstock show, I decided to glue down the white piece in a way that it would peek out from behind on one side. I used the carrot image so that it created a cute little boarder on the left side.
Using 3D foam, I adhered the little terrier to the tag. I then created a carrot boarder for the top and bottom of the image to create a frame.
Finally, using a length of green twin I inserted it into the tag and simply hung it on the left side of the box.
While this was an easy craft, the paper and the small details really make this cute duo pop.
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