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Winter Tissue Box


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Design by: diane21097 (3 Projects)
Project skill level: moderate
Project time: 1 hour to 2 hours
Project tags: Home Décor/Accents Winter Gifts

Wonderful winter tissue box to brighten your home or office

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • cardstock patterm paper embellishments

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

I use the Walmart brand tissues which is the same size as Kleenex. You will need to cut (2) 5 1/8 x 9 1/2 pieces of cardstock for you base.Cut one 9 9/16 square piece of cardstock for the lid. You will also need (4 ) 4 1/4 x 4 inch pieces of cardstock or pattern papers for the sides. You will also need one 4 1/4 square piece for the top.
Score your long pieces at 1/2 and 5 inches. I used scor tape, but something that will hold securely to put the pieces together to form base. You score the lid piece at one inch on all four sides and cut as shown in the picture to fold for the lid. To form the opening in the top I used Spellbinder dies and used the 3rd one in the set of large ovals. Put your lid together with scor tape and it will fit on the base. I go ahead and tape the insides of the lid to secure it to the base so that it does not move or come apart. I added the side panels and started to decorate. With the second piece for the top, I added another Spellbinder die labels one middle size for my top. I embossed the top piece with the snowflake Cuttlebug folder. Here are the rest of the materials I used.

Winter Tissue Box created by Diane Kielman with pattern from Splitcoast Stampers
Machines used-Expressions 2 machine, Cuttlebug, and Gypsy
Pattern paper-Bo Bunny
Cardstock-Recollections
Other-jewels, ribbons and stickles
Cuttlebug folder-Snowflake embossing

Cricut Cartridges-Art Philosophy- snowflake1 page 22 shift cut at 3.25 and 5 inches Layer shift cut at 3.25 inches.
Snowflake2 page 27 shift cut at 2 inches, layer cut at 1 1/2 and 2 inches
Letter K cut at 1.5 inches in two colors and just off set from each other
Snow Friends-snowman cut at 4.5 inches face stamped with Peachy Keen stamp
Sesame St. Seasons-hot cocoa cut at 3.5 inches and removed word hot





Step 1

I use the Walmart brand tissues which is the same size as Kleenex. You will need to cut (2) 5 1/8 x 9 1/2 pieces of cardstock for you base.Cut one 9 9/16 square piece of cardstock for the lid. You will also need (4 ) 4 1/4 x 4 inch pieces of cardstock or pattern papers for the sides. You will also need one 4 1/4 square piece for the top.
Score your long pieces at 1/2 and 5 inches. I used scor tape, but something that will hold securely to put the pieces together to form base. You score the lid piece at one inch on all four sides and cut as shown in the picture to fold for the lid. To form the opening in the top I used Spellbinder dies and used the 3rd one in the set of large ovals. Put your lid together with scor tape and it will fit on the base. I go ahead and tape the insides of the lid to secure it to the base so that it does not move or come apart. I added the side panels and started to decorate. With the second piece for the top, I added another Spellbinder die labels one middle size for my top. I embossed the top piece with the snowflake Cuttlebug folder. Here are the rest of the materials I used.

Winter Tissue Box created by Diane Kielman with pattern from Splitcoast Stampers
Machines used-Expressions 2 machine, Cuttlebug, and Gypsy
Pattern paper-Bo Bunny
Cardstock-Recollections
Other-jewels, ribbons and stickles
Cuttlebug folder-Snowflake embossing

Cricut Cartridges-Art Philosophy- snowflake1 page 22 shift cut at 3.25 and 5 inches Layer shift cut at 3.25 inches.
Snowflake2 page 27 shift cut at 2 inches, layer cut at 1 1/2 and 2 inches
Letter K cut at 1.5 inches in two colors and just off set from each other
Snow Friends-snowman cut at 4.5 inches face stamped with Peachy Keen stamp
Sesame St. Seasons-hot cocoa cut at 3.5 inches and removed word hot





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