Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Spellbinders Blog Frenzy - Day 2


The contest on this blog is now closed; good luck!
 Spellbinders will be announcing winners.

Welcome to Reveal Day 2 of the Spellbinders Paper Arts BIG Event!

The BIG Event is Spellbinders™ Paper Arts’ way of introducing some really exciting new products! This season’s BIG Event is from July 13-20, incorporating 16 fabulous Designers, and you could win BIG!

• Win today’s new die templates!
• Be eligible to win the Grand Prize by entering each day from each blog!
• You may enter once from each blog on the designated days!
• Each contest is open for 48 hours to enter the contest!
You have until 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time July 15, 2010 to enter my contest.  Be sure to read the Official Rules before entering so that your entry will be valid!
Here are the Designers and their contest dates:

July 13
July 14
July 15
July 16
July 17
July 18
July 19
July 20
Daily contest winners are randomly chosen from valid entries, as stated in the Official Rules. The winners will receive an email within 24 hours of the contest’s closing. The winners will have 72 hours to reply to that email to claim prize. If a winner fails to respond within 72 hours, a new winner will be drawn.

Entrants that send valid contest entry emails to each of the contests will be automatically considered for the Grand Prize. The Grand Prize has a retail value of over $700, and includes Spellbinders CHA Summer 2010 release die templates, Spellbinders CHA Summer 2010 release punch templates and a Presto Punch™ machine!

Thank you, Spellbinders Paper Arts, for sponsoring this contest!

I’m thrilled to share S4-295 Lacey Squares with you...



Isn’t this a great set?
I was immediately reminded of hankies
with tatted or crocheted edges made by my Grandma.  
Just imagine all the possibilities!

Are you ready to see what I did with S4-295 Lacey Squares?


I decorated this small wooden box!



I used Lacey Squares die templates 1, 2, 3, and 4 (with 1 being the smallest) of the set of 5 to make my copper box decoration.  I cut each piece from Spellbinders F-010 Copper Tool Craft Foil, real copper. You'll see why that's important a little later.









Let’s see how I made it……

I started with this  4 x 4 x 2” unfinished wooden box that I found at a craft store.   I removed the hinges and latch. That gold color will never go with copper! So I airbrushed them with Copic E19, W7 and a touch of BG18 and sealed the color with a coat of lacquer.  Then I brushed and dabbed thin white glue on the box and covered it with  white tissue paper, being sure to get wrinkles. It was a sticky mess!




I chose to paper the box over the opening edges so that when I cut it apart all the wrinkles would match. Tip:  mark where the hinge and latch holes are before adding color. I forgot that step and had to poke tiny holes with a pin until I found them!







After numerous applications of Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain Distress inks, my box began to look like this. I used a makeup sponge to dab touches of StazOn Timber on a few spots of the glue where the Distress inks wouldn’t stick.






My next step was to cut it apart……actually pretty easy with a craft knife. I added ink to the edges to match the outside.


To color the inside, I sprayed it with Tattered Angels Patina and Cinnamon Glimmer Mists, alternating the colors. If you try this, be patient. It takes numerous coats. I sprayed and dried each coat with my heat gun, then sprayed again until I liked the color.


This photo shows the color inside the lid along with one of Grandma's hankies with a tatted edge.  Although Grandma showed me how to tatt, it's one craft I never mastered.

The box is finished with several spray coats of satin lacquer inside and out to protect it.











Now, we’re ready to cut the copper!
I applied an Adhesive Sheet by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™ on the back of the copper. I removed the adhesive liner to apply the copper to light weight card stock. The paper gives the copper strength, especially the loops of the Lacey Squares to keep them from bending easily.
Are you wondering if the Lacey Squares die templates will cut through the copper and paper backing?  Each piece cut completely in one pass through the Wizard, including all the loop cut-outs! (Tip: I often use a scrap of card stock or text weight paper under any craft foil when I cut any die template. I think it cuts easier and it’s easier to get the craft foil off the cutting mat. The paper keeps it from pushing into the mat so much.)




Here you can see all the cut copper pieces and die templates that I used to create the design for the box top.







  1.  The first layer on the box is S4-295 Lacey Squares #4. That great texture came from embossing over a piece of window screen!  
  2.  Next piece was cut and embossed with S4-295 Lacey Squares #2 and 3. I placed them both on my magnetic mat to cut all at once. 
  3. The next piece is the cut out from step 2 (outside cut of #2). I placed it back in the Spellbinders S4-295 Lacey Squares #2 die template. I taped S4-126 Classic Squares LG #1 in the center to cut the inside square and then I embossed them both. 
  4. The smallest square was cut and embossed with Spellbinders S4-295 Lacey Squares #1 and S4-128 Classic Squares SM #1. 
  5. The piece for the very center is one of the cut-outs from Spellbinders S4-240 Lotus Borderabilities Petite.
To get that aged copper color, I treated each piece with Liver of Sulphur mixed with water. It reacts with the copper immediately to turn it black. That's why I used real copper! It won't react with other metals.


The 3 largest pieces show the color change after the Liver of Sulphur. If you look closely, you can see the 2 smaller pieces look more like copper again. I’ve brushed them with a brass brush to polish off some of the black.  A nylon scrubby works, too.









Assembly is next:


I glued the first piece in place with Crafter’s Pick The Ultimate glue…my favorite craft glue. To give the next piece just a little lift, I glued strips of chipboard as you see in the photo. Then I glued it to the textured piece.

I used ½” Adhesives Foam Squares from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™ cut in half on back of the 3rd piece with ¼” Foam Squares on each corner.










 I used The Ultimate glue to fasten the Lotus flower to the last square with some tiny strips of paper on the backside to reinforce the glue spots. The smallest square is also mounted with cut pieces of Foam Squares.








 Supplies:
  • S4-295 Lacey Squares
  • S4-126 Classic Squares LG #1
  • S4-128 Classic Squares SM #1
  • S4-240 Lotus Borderabilities Petite
  • F-010 Copper Tool Craft Foil
  • W-001 Wizard
  • Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist: Cinnamon, Patina
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Foam Squares, Adhesive Sheet
  • Copic Sketch Markers: E19, W7, BG18
  • Copic Air Brush System
  • Wood box, tissue paper, white glue, inks, lacquer spray

 Aren't the Lacey Squares pretty in copper?


Can you imagine them in paper? 

  

Just as pretty, don’t you think?    
                                       
       

 I created this card using the 4 largest S4-295 Lacey Squares die templates.
 I’ll post more details in a couple days.



                           

 



I’m so glad you visited my blog today!
I hope you’ve added S4-295 Spellbinders Lacey Squares 
to your wish list!                                                                                       
                              
This is the Spellbinders product I introduced:                      

S4-295 Lacey Squares
    
           
MSRP $24.99


Dimensions: 
  1.  1 1/8” 
  2.  1 5/8” 
  3.  2 7/8” 
  4.   3 ¼” 
  5.   4 ¼”

For the official Spellbinders Paper Arts BIG Event rules, click here

TO ENTER MY CONTEST: (Contest is open for entries from July 14, 12:01 AM to July 15, 11:59 PM)  - - - The contest on this blog is now closed. - - -
1) Send your email entry to: reveal3@spellbinders.us (either click the link or type the address into your email program)
2) The subject must be:  Lacey Squares
3) Send!

I love your comments!   Unfortunately your comment does not count towards a contest entry, so be sure to enter and then leave a comment!

If you have any questions, please e-mail ContestQuestions@Spellbinders.us

Thank you for visiting my blog and good luck!     
judy

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Tiff said...

Your project is GORGEOUS!!!

Latisha said...

Judy!!!!
That box is gorgeous!! WOW so impressed, you rocked it!!
xoxo
latisha

Kimberly Crawford said...

Ok, WOW won't even start to cover it! OHMYGOSH!!!!!!! Judy, this is truly a piece of art!!!!!!!!!!!

Giovana said...

WOnderful creations, really pretty!!

Ashley Cannon Newell said...

Great job, Judy! Love that foil treatment on the box! It's amazing!

JaniceAileen said...

The new die is awesome and your projects are GORGEOUS!!!!!

Kazan Clark said...

Oh my goodness Judy (roomie) I love this project so much. You are amazing Hon. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration!!!
Hugs
K

Jackie said...

That box is absolutely, totally fabulous!! I love it, you did a wonderful job!!!

nina said...

OMG! What an elegant box. You DT ladies are all so creative...

Davi said...

Wow this box is wonderful! The layers and colors give it a very old vintage look. The card is equally beautiful!!

TesaB said...

Wow!!! That box is like magic. sooooo beautiful!!!

Michelle /Eliotstamps said...

Your box is just gorgeous! These dies are fantastic.

Pati said...

Wow! Very cool project! It turned out beautiful! Thanks for all the details on how you did it, loved how you used the new die set!!!

Jen said...

This is certainly a WOW project and it truly is gorgeous! I can just imagine when you used the Liver of Sulphur...phew! *smile* I had a book binding class and created copper covers, used the liver of sulphur and boy does that stuff stink! But it certainly has such a terrific effect and looks totally GORGEOUS! Thanks for sharing such great artistry!

Dee said...

This project is gorgeous - I LOVE IT!!!!

JessicaK said...

OMG what you did with the nesties and the box is amazing! Wow, wow, wow

Carolyn said...

Absolutely awesome project. I have all those colors, so I'm experimenting tomorrow. Thanks for a chance to win a fabulous prize.
Hugs xx
Carolyn

imastampin said...

Your box is an absolutely amazing project. I love this new die shape! Wow! I can't wait to get it.

Sandra said...

Love it - this is just amazing!
Sandra

Sandra said...

beautiful, absolutely amazing!
Sandra

Mary Lou said...

Oh my word this is DYNAMITE!!! You rock Judy--you made it look so easy and BEAUTIFUL!!!
Love these dies!!
Blessings

Diane said...

Wow, what a great tutorial and a gorgeous project...thanks for sharing!!

Rhonda V. said...

Oh my! This is just simply stunning! I totally love your card also -- speechless!!!!

Cindy Lou said...

This is an obvious gotta have! Beautiful work!

Pysselbus said...

Wow!!! Such stunning inspiration!!! Looks gorgeous!!!

//Linda

Tami B. said...

Wow, each project is more amazing than the last one. Absolutely stunning work.

arlene_king said...

What a great idea with all new products!!!

Angy said...

Stunning! Amazing, wish I were receiving that box. What a fabulous job!

Maya said...

Ohhhh my!!
This is over the top gorgeous!!
Love the copper box, and the dies are to die for :)
Thank you for showing us what you did :)
Hugs from Maya

BellaMio said...

Oh my!!! This is the most wonderful prodject I ever seen!!! You are so very good at what you do!!!

Hope you have a great day!

Luv 2 Create said...

What a fabulous project!!!! Absolutely amazing. Creation at its best. Love this die. Definitely a must have.
Marcie

Ria said...

This is sooo stunning!!! Gorgeouss work!
hugs Ria

theCook said...

Wow! Your box is stunning! Thanks for the tutorial!

acons said...

Jaw dropping GORGEOUS! Wow!

Cook22 said...

That box is totally spectacular!!!

Marisa said...

What an absolutely fabulous project! Thank you for sharing such an inspiring idea.
Hugs
Marisa

Sian said...

Wow, love your box it's stunning. Can't wait to get my hands on this set!

Olga said...

thi sis absloutely gorgeous!!!

eclectivity said...

Oh, THESE will let me do what I can never make my scalloped trim edge punch do! They're EXACTLY what I've been dreaming of! Your project is just darling. I may have to copy you! Excellent work!

Chautona

Nancy said...

Oh I love the box that you have created! Thanks so much for sharing it is totally gorgeous!

Chris said...

Wow, this is just fabulous. Who would have thought that such a plain box could be altered beyond recognition and with such style.

Ola said...

Your box is stunning.... absolutely beautiful!

Thanks so much for sharing!!!

~Ola
okj83 at live dot com

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

This is a MasterPiece!! A real treasure. Thanks for the tip on cutting foil also. Love the Lacey Squares. Great Project. Thanks for sharing all the details.

Stephanie said...

Gorgeous! This is very pretty and such a great idea!

Mary Ann T said...

I think your box is simply beautiful! What great inspiration!

Amy said...

WOW - Oh my goodness, this is absolutely gorgeous! This set is definitely on my wishlist.

Cindy said...

What a great project.

♥ Lydia ♥ said...

Stunning box...great card...and wonderful new shape nesties!!

Our Little Inspirations said...

I can't begin to imagine the time you spent creating this box, but it was worth every minute! It's sensational!! Now I'm going to pick my jaw up off the floor and try to recover! LOL It's just amazing!! TFS!

jan said...

Totally awesome project! Clever use of the screen to emboss too!

Barb said...

awesome project and love the card.

Susan Nel said...

Judy, the box is stunning, wow,,, stunning artwork.

Heidi G said...

Absolutely stunning project.

jengd said...

That box is just stunning!

Samantha said...

Beautiful work of art, a real treasure !!

christi said...

wow, this is gorgeous. thank you for showing us tecniques and products that we may not use in our day to day crafting.

Samantha said...

Beautifull piece of art, what a treasure.

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

*SQUEAL* I WANT, I WANT!!!!!! Your projects are GORGEOUS!!!

Carla (cmsuto) said...

That copper box is absolutely stunning, Judy! Amazingly creative design!

GrannyCharlotte said...

AWESOME!!! This is the most beautiful idea. You are super-talented. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. The lacy square die is a great design.

Katie said...

What a jaw-dropping box! I am not sure I even have words for it.

Peggy said...

Wonderful projects. I especially like the old world feel you gave the box. Great job. The card is also pretty.
God bless!
Peggy Allen

Anita said...

This is just beautiful!

Melanie said...

Oh wow! This project is absolutely stunning! It must have been a ton of work...but well worth the effort. Thank you for sharing the instructions on this gorgeous box.

Donna said...

Your card and box are fabulous! So amazing. Thanks for sharing the tutorial! Love this new set!

Tina Gilliland said...

WOW!!! Did I say WOW yet??? OMGosh this is FABULOUS!!!! Wonderful tutorial and great box!!!

Luanne said...

Wow! These are beautiful and so are your projects. GREAT new dies!

Crafty Math Chick said...

Judy, your project was FAB! You rocked those lacey squares (LOVE this die set!!). Your project looks like a vintage heirloom. And thanks for the cool tip about using paper underneath the foil for easier removal!

DonnaMundinger said...

WOW!!! This box is absolutely AMAZING! xxD

Scrapthat said...

Oh my gosh....this is beautiful and elegant and oh so classy! Truly a keepsake!

cristinoel said...

That Box is super beautiful!

Candy said...

Gorjuss.......I can't wait to try this project. Thanks you and Spellbinders.

Making Cards With Crafty Sue said...

Judy this is stunning...I love it, thanks for the tutorial too

Louise said...

Absolutely georgeous, the box is amazing

Alice Golden said...

That box is just amazing... a keepsake for years and years... beautiful!

Rebecca said...

That box is just way too much!!! I love it!

Karen said...

Simply put ... GORGEOUS!!!! Thank you for sharing.

marcelle schauer said...

Whaat a wonderful project, you made me want ot order these dies.

Scrapaddict said...

Fantastic project!

stephanie said...

Stunning!!!!!

Cammy said...

The copper lacey squares are just phenomenal! Wonderful projects!

joy said...

I am just blow away with the beautiful box you have created with the new lacey squares! AMAZING!

Shirley said...

Doesn't matter if the comment counts for a win or not. This project is totally gorgeous and so well executed. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Toni said...

Beautiful projects! I love the way you layered the dies on both the box and the card. Thanks for sharing.

Katie said...

Oh my Wow!! Your box is amazing!! And your card is very pretty too! I do love these lacy squares!!! TFS!

leenda said...

Oh WOW! Your box is STUNNING! Your card is AMAZING! WOW, WOW, WOW!

Anne Temple said...

Absolutely stunning!

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

Your box is beyond gorgeous! I love these dies.

veronica said...

your copper box is just amazing!

Cindy H. said...

Wow, all I can say is awesome!!! What a gorgeous box and beautiful card!!

Becky said...

What a fabulous box.

Alison H said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT!!!!

Billie Dee said...

I love that box! I must CASE. And that new stencil from Spellbinders? Fabulous!

cruisin' said...

Great job...this is going to be a very useful set!!

Sarah said...

I love the vintage charm and patina of your fabulous handkerchief box. A real beauty!

ladybugg61 said...

I am FLOORED by the beautiful projects you have made with these amazing dies! The tutorial is the bomb too - thanks so much for that!

Collette said...

Ohmygosh! That wood box is to die for - simply SPECTACULAR ... the new Nesties are looking mighty fine - the ones used in this project, especially ... Need to head to the nearest bank for a loan for supplies, lol

Carisa said...

omgosh!!!! that project is jaw dropping stunning!!! you are truly an artist.

Jen said...

WOW! Amazing creation. I love all the layers and details.
thank you for sharing

Stacy said...

Amazing project!

Kris said...

WOW! Love what you created with these!i

Dana Gustafson said...

Oh wow! You worked your vintage steamer trunk magic! THe copper looks amazing with you special touches!

Sheri said...

AWESOME!

Debbie Olson said...

Judy, these are fabulous projects--amazing job!

josie walrath said...

Wow! What a work of art,and I love the lacey squares.

Joanne Gilch said...

fabulous box, and your photos with details is superb! thank you so much for sharing your skills/art/creativity! The dies that you are showing are just wonderful.

SherylH said...

The box and copper medallion topper are gorgeous!! Thank you for the detailed explanation on how you cut each layer. Love the loop edge on these squares.

Pattie said...

wow - what a transformation - I think this is the first set I am going to buy - if I don't win it first!

Margarita Ybarra said...

OMG that box is gorgeous!!! :)

Kathi said...

That box is a treasure!!!

Fantastic!

Susan said...

WOW - I love the box and the materials used. Great job.

Patter Cross said...

Wow, this is the most stunning box I have seen! Love your detailed instructions. Your card is gorgeous too! Awesome!

Susan said...

A big WOW on the box. I loved it and the materials.

scrappin_in_AK said...

amazing box - love it

Lesley said...

Wow...sorry, that's all I've got, LOL! What an amazing thing you've done to that simple wooden box!

Jodie R said...

Can you hear my squeals of delight? Amazing projects and amazing dies!!!

Janet L. said...

Your box simply takes my breath away. It's so magnificent! Thanks for sharing.

Stephanie Zito said...

Oh my goodness! Fabulous project! Wow!!!!! Stunning piece!

Sarah A said...

Loving that box - would love to try this! Thanks for the tip about marking the holes first haha!

Sarah x

Renkata said...

OMG , I can't belive it, you have done the box with spellbinders, just GORGEOUS .
FAB project.

Connie and Jack said...

OMG, you REALLY spent time on this project, didn't you? It's awesome!

Shesjetlagd said...

LOVE both of your projects! They really highlight how gorgeous these new nesties are!! :)

Shirley N said...

OMG your project is amazing, truly a gorgeous work of art!!!

Mary Friederichsen said...

This box is unbelievable!! Stunning!
Love the card as well.

Thank you for doing this project and the tutorial, I know that took a lot of time!

TAS said...

Judy, your box decorated with the Spellbinder's Lacey Squares dies is just incredible. It is absolutely gorgeous and I can't wait to try it with the great pictures and instructions you so thoughtfully provided. Thank you!! The card preview is lovely as well and can't wait to see what else you come up with. Awesome job!!

JudyB said...

This is one of the most gorgeous things I've seen. What inspiration! I would never have thought to use Spellbinders in that manner.

Jan Castle said...

Now that's a BEAUTIFUL BOX!
Jan Castle

Nancy said...

Wow...this box is amazing.

HW said...

The box you made is stunning! As soon as I saw the picture of the new die set I loved it and then after seeing what you did with it made me want it even more, thanks for being inspiring.

Ching-a-ling said...

wow!! I'm speechless!

Lotti said...

I love both your projects, but the box is simply STUNNING. A labor of love well worth the effort!!!

HW said...

Your project is stunning! Love this new set.

Cassie_lu said...

both are amazing but that box doesn't even look like it started out as wood. Amazing!

Franca said...

Gorgoeus love it

ellen s. said...

oh that is gorgeous! and i neeeed that set!!!!!!!!

Iris said...

The box is just fabulous. Iris

Von said...

Oh the box is just wonderful will be tring this one for sure :)

Fleursbydesign said...

This is gorgeous - just amazing!

Tanya said...

Your card and box are gorgeous! I really love the box, you are so clever. This set of dies is definitely on my wish list!

Linda said...

Judy, your projects are wonderful!

Dawn said...

Simply gorgeous! love that box

KanataNewf said...

I had to leave a comment - this is truly stunning. I love working with copper and this just blows me away!

loftylass said...

Wow what a fantastic project - and a great tutorial. The box is to die for - I love the copper effect which is something I have never attempted but you have inspired me to try. The new dies are gorgeous.
Hugs
HW(UK)
x

Anita said...

This is stunning!

Julia said...

Wow!!!...love the box. Thanks for the tutorial. This is definetly a must have set!!!

ChristineZ said...

Dang, this is incredible! What a beautiful box!

kiki said...

Your project is GORGEOUS

Janine said...

beautiful box - love it

Cathy said...

Your box is beautiful but way too much work. Thanks for sharing!

Karen W said...

This is outstanding!!

JanetP said...

WOW! I love this box! The lacey squares are alreadu on my new wish list! :) Thank you for sharing this wonderful project with us!

Conniecrafter said...

Oh my the box is just AWESOME!!! Great tutorial and it does look great in copper, the card is sweet too they look great layered!

DQ said...

love love love what you did with the wood box. Beautiful job

Marisa said...

Your box is simply STUNNING!!!!! Gorgeous card too.

Dayna said...

Wow that box is AMAZING!!!! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!!!

Suzi said...

AFter your beautiful example, I'll have to put these on my wish list! TFS!

Pat said...

Absolutely beautiful! And that copper is awesome!

scalder said...

Judy, the box is absolutely AWESOME!!!! That surely sold me on these squares! Thanks so much for taking the time to add the tutorial as well. Very well done:)

CraftinGranny said...

All my fav adjectives have been used....ditto on them all. This was a great tutorial on creating the fantastic box. Thank you!
"Hugs" Carol

klasickewpie said...

What an amazing design you created. It is absolutely beautiful. This is a must do for me. Thank you!

Taylor said...

wow -- stunning!

Lynne Phelps said...

This copper box is truly inspirational - lovely work. Thanks!

Mickie said...

All I can say is JUST BEAUTIFUL!!

Jody said...

Absolutely Beautiful! That box is just amazing, you did a wonderful job on it and those lacy squares, WOW!

Rufus said...

THIS IS GORGEOUS,BEAUTIFUL, INCREDIBLE!!!!
R/

sweet craf-tea chick said...

I love your altered box! The colors are rich and beautiful. Thank you for sharing your beautiful card too! Another goodie to add to my wishlist :)! *hugs* Steph :)

Piali said...

Stunning!!! Love the antique copper look..fab!!
The new nesties are amazing ..liking all of them, looks like I need a bigger bugdetthis time..lol.

Linda said...

WOW your box is so GORGEOUS!!! Love this new die!!

Niki Estes said...

This is absolutely stunning! I love the new dies, too!

AnnW said...

I am in complete awe over your project. You are unbelievably talented! Thank you for sharing this incredible project with us!

Vicki said...

Your project is simply awesome! Oh boy this one is a must have! I love the texture and how you achieved it! Thanks so much for sharing!

HUGS!
Vicki

Linda Kay said...

I LOVE that copper project!

Rho's place said...

This is so amazing! I just love your copper box! Beautiful and such a work of art!
Thank you for sharing!
Rho

d'Dragon said...

I LOVED the box so much!

Lagene said...

Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!!! & the chance to win!

Lynn Stevens said...

Judy ,this is stunning!

Karen said...

The box you decorated is absolutely fantastic! Great use of the lacy squares.

kathy s said...

what a great and beautiful box- and card- the dies just look great fun too

*mardi* said...

I am speechless!!!!!!!!!!!!!
what a great projects, your ideas are just great, thanks.

KarenB said...

Your project is amazing and the Lacey Squares are on my wishlist, at the very top!

Nancy said...

The box with the copper topping is spectacular, you've outdone yourself!

kreativeimagination said...

Oh,I simply love what you did with the wooden box! thank your for the step by step instructions.
syeda
syeda_lubabah@hotmail.com

Allison Cope said...

This is amazing Judy!!!!! Freakin' gorgeous girl!

AShu93 said...

Love the look of the copper & especially that great window screen embossing!

loustic said...

absolutely amazing product

scrappykate said...

The copper box is fabulous! It reminds me I need to use metal with my Spellbinder dies more often—not just metallic paper. TFS

Deebi27 said...

FABULOUS, STUNNING, AMAZING, YOU set the bar & made this blog hop a place to see!!!

Whitney said...

This is so cool.

Amber (bambi64) said...

THUD!!! SHUT UP!!! WOW!! I'm sure there are more words I could use but I'm speechless! This is truly a work of art!

elefantz said...

Beautiful!

Kim said...

Your box is such a work of art. Anyone to recieve such a gift would never believe at first look that you made it. They will look on it and wonder how you could have done something so amazing.

Lissanne said...

I LOVE your projects!! Such a beautiful box!!

Ingebjørg said...

Wow this is beautiful. Loved this.

Stephanie said...

Wow!! What an amazing project.

Wanda H said...

Totally gorgeous!!!! And I love these dies.

iluvmybugs said...

WOW!!! Just beautiful!!!

Victoria S. said...

Stunning! Amazing! Brilliant! Love it!

Lori said...

Beautiful! Wonderful project and awesome dies : )
Love and hugs ~
Lori

Angella D. Crockett said...

Oh my goodness......your card is beautiful, but I am in total awe over your copper box!!!! Amazing!!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial with us!! God Bless!

Yogi said...

love what you did with this set. Really nice dies.

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