Gift box card with Little Fairy Agenda

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Fairies, glitter and rainbows: what's better for a friend's birthday?!

I enjoyed so much making the 3D card with the Little Mermaidens last summer and I couldn't wait to make another one! This time, I made the card more simple on the inside but put more effort on the outside: I made it a gift box! Here it is. (You can find a video at the end of the post)

I die cut some Doodlebug Design "Sweet Spots" cardstock using the Mama Elephant Pop Up Box Card and used some yellow paper to recreate the bows. I made the lid using my Silhouette Cameo: it took me some time to get the right measures but the final result is totally worth it!! Here's a sample of the lid with measures, if you'd like to replicate it.

I also made a base, using the same cardstock, so my box would be sturdier and could stay up better. 

For the inside of the card, I stamped the Little Fairy Agenda images using Memento Rich Cocoa and colored them with Copic Markers. I wanted the fairies to be on the clouds, so I die cut several using traditional vellum and Lawn Fawn Perlescent Vellum (you can't see the difference on the picture, but it's beautiful!). I made the sky using Distress Oxide Salty Ocean and I heat embossed the sentiment using silver embossing powder. I then assembled all the pieces, adding the fairies in a rainbow scheme.

Here's a quick video of the card in action!

Mama Elephant - Little Fairy Agenda stamps and dies
Mama Elephant - Unicorns and Rainbows stamp
Mama Elephant - 3D Pop Up Card die
Mama Elephant - Landscape Trio dies
Copic Markers
Distress Oxide: Salty Ocean
Memento Rich Cocoa ink
Lawn Fawn Perlescent Vellum
Doodlebug Design: Sweet Spots Cardstock
Wow Metallic Silver Super Fine Embossing Powder
Silhouette Cameo 3

Thank for stopping by and happy crafting!


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2 commenti

  1. That is an absolutely adorable project. The recipient is so lucky!

    1. Oh thanks a lot, Maria! She's a dear friend and I really hope she will appreciate it!