Good day, my dear friends!!
Once again it”s Rajni Chawla, here to inspire you all with Elizabeth Craft Designs. For today’s inspiration, I have a beautiful card and 2 coordinating treat boxes. In my projects, I am showcasing a great variety of dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs like Indented frame dies, floral dies, foliage dies and box dies.
The double-layered frame was cut using Stitched Indented Rectangle die set to display the floral bouquet which I created using Florals 5. The beautiful white daisies turned out so beautiful and elegant.
The foliage added in the backdrop was created using Elegant Leaves 1. The leaves were cut using floral paper, inked using Archival inks in shades of green, and shaped using a stylus.
For the flower centers, I have used locally bought tiny seed beads, using Glossy Accent.
The sentiment comes from With Love Sentiments stamp set. It was stamped on the banner which I cut using a banner die from Book Box die set. The pattern paper used is from my stash and the bird is fussy cut from the paper.
Now comes, the cute Bon Bon box that I coordinated with the cards. The Bon Bon Box Large die creates a beautiful easy to assemble box with a perfect size for treats. I loved it so much that I created 2 boxes. One for the cookies and the other for the sweets.
I decorated one box with the bow and the other box using a bow and the leftover daisies and hung tags threaded with some beads from the stash.
Supplies from Elizabeth Craft Designs:
- Florals 5
- pattern Paper from my stash
- Leaf Green, Olive Green, and Black Archival Inks
- Dimensional Tape
- Liquid Glue, Glossy Accent
For more details on the projects, I have created a small video. Here is the link to the video.
Hope you liked my projects. I‘m always happy to hear from you. It is a joy to read your comments and I’m grateful to you all. Thank you for spending your precious time here. For more inspiration, you can follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, and, Pinterest.
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Sending love…..Rajni Chawla