Monday, January 11, 2010

Count Down To CHA Using the Asian Line

Domed Memory Box







Hi I'm Beth here to share with you a project I did using the new Asian Line Cuttlebug Folders from Provo Craft
 Supplies
Chipboard box w/dome
Core'dnation card stock
Cuttlebug
Koi and Fish Scale folders
sandpaper
mod podge
paper cutter
scissors
embellishments
border punch

Step 1. Measure box and cut card stock accordingly in to strips
 Step 2. Run strip through Provo Craft Cuttlebug

Step 3. Line strips up in Koi folder and emboss all the way across

Step 4. Take sanding block and sand the embossed areas (look how they pop with the Core'dination)

Step 5. Coat card stock strips and chipboard box with mod podge or other paper glue, and wrap your box let dry, for the lid trace top on the card stock emboss, sand, and adhere to top cut out middle if using dome I added strips around edge I used a border punch on you may place  keepsakes under the dome or decorate as you like I used myProvo Craft cricut to cut out the doors from Christmas Noel and tulips are from Walk Through My Garden.

Here is my finished project




Thanks for joining me today and hope you will leave a comment letting me know how I did with my tutorial, don't forget to sign up to be a follower post our blinkie on your blog and be sure and check out the challenge this week we are on a journey for 3000 members.
Thanks
Beth

45 COMMENTS:

Nancy said...

Your box is fab and the directions are nice and clear.

Cindylu2u said...

Love the box, fantastic job!!
Cindy M

Terrie B x said...

Your box is beautiful Beth TFI:)x

Paula Gale said...

great project Beth - can you tell me if you know of a distributer of the new Asian folders in the UK? They're looking great.

Paula. xx

Elaine A said...

Beth -

Oh this is just beautiful! I love this box and you've done a fantastic job with it. Thank you so much for the tutorial.

Elaine Allen

okie_ladybug said...

Beth that is great!! I love how you did it all but the top is just GORGEOUS!

Jessie said...

Wow Beth, what a fantastic project!

mekei said...

thanks for the detailed instructions. very helpful

Karen said...

Love that box Beth! Fantabulous project and love the colors too!!

Hugs,
Karen

schnuti said...

Hi Beth,

thank you for the tutorial, the box looks fantastic....;)

ILONA

Nelda said...

Very creative!

Nelda

Meda said...

How cute! The botterfly is my favorit spot but I also love the embossing on the lid.

Ohhh Snap said...

I love those koi! Great project, thanks for sharing.

Darlene L said...

Hey Beth--great tutorial. I especially like the butterfly and the koi fish. I haven't seen these folders in our local stores yet, but I am keeping a look out. Have a great rest of the week.

Christine said...

Beautiful project! This is my favorite folder in the Asian line!

Blessings,
Christine

Gerrie Johnnic said...

You are Rockin' GF! This is just FAB!!! I love everything about it, what a great tut too! whooohooin' U! hugz

craft_princess said...

Lovely project and great tutorial!

Kim. said...

Great project, love the theme. Thanks for sharing.
Kim xXx

The Mrs. said...

Very beautiful box....I've never seen a box like that before...I like how you used it though. :-D
Monique

lovinyahweh@Yahoo.com

*Kelly* said...

This is beautiful! I can't wait to get some of my alterables out and get busy with my new folders!

Charo said...

Great folder and good project!

Cindy said...

How cool is that, Beth!! Very nice!

Claire said...

Wow, what a cute box! Great job.

IRW Dana said...

What a wonderful gift for yourself or a special friend. Thanks for the inspiration.

Amy said...

I really love this adorable box!! It looks so cool with the embossed and sanded Core'dnations cardstock.....I didn't think I liked this folder so much, but you have convinced me that I 'must' have it. Thanks for sharing!!

Beth Norman said...

Awesome tutorial. Fantastic example. Bravo, Beth!

Donna said...

Great job. Love the finished product! What a fun project!

Janis said...

Can't imagine how you came up with such an amazing project! It's lovely.

Bobbi said...

Cute box, love the lid. TFS

Bugeyes said...

beautiful especially the lid


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Christine Ruff said...

beautifull box

jordanbev5 said...

Love it! Great job.

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

This is so lovely Beth! LOVE that sanded texture. What a great gift it would make. Your tutorial rocks!

Rhonda V. said...

Adorable box! I love the texture on here, it adds just the right "pop"!

Sonya said...

What a great project, Thx!

Keep Smiling! ~ Sonya
http://thepinkpaperpenguin.blogspot.com/

Kim. said...

Brilliant idea and very effective. Thanks for sharing.
Kim xXx

Regina said...

beautiful!

sheryl said...

That is so pretty. I would have never thought of sandpaper to make the impressions stand out. Thanks for sharing. Sheryl

Kay said...

I have heard so much about the Asian.

Susanne said...

Wow, a wonderful project. Thanks for the inspiration.

Hugs, Susanne

RAP said...

great project

Craftyanny said...

Lovely box, thanks for the tut
Anne x

Tricia said...

very unique and so many details!

Melissa said...

So pretty!!!

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StefanieH said...

Love it. Thanks for sharing.

StefanieH
chrisandstef@sympatico.ca