Flurry of Wishes Card-In-A-Box Video Tutorial - The Crafty Spark

Flurry of Wishes Card-In-A-Box Video Tutorial

As promised, here is the tutorial or should I say tutorials for my recent Flurry of Wishes Card-In-A-Box.  The longer of the two will show you how to make and build the card and the shorter one will show you how to create your snowflakes :)  Happy watching :)






Night of Navy cardstock 8" x 11 5/8" score at 2 3/4" + 5 1/2" + 8 1/4" + 11"
2 cross bars 3 3/4" x 1" scored at 1/2" and 3 1/4"

Silver Glimmer paper measures:
3  -  2 1/2" x  4"
3  -  2 1/2" x 3 1/2"
1  -  2 1/2" x 5"

Seasons of Cheer snowflake paper
3  -  2 1/4" x  3 3/4""
3  -  2 1/4" x 3 1/4"
1  -  2 1/4" x 4 3/4"

For more photos see my other post HERE

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4 comments

  1. So love this card my order arrived today with the supplies I need to make the card. I am going to do two versions, one yours one mine. I'll be using the pacific point cardstock, Snowflake vellum which I have coloured using daubers and pacific point ink pad and night of navy, silver glimmer paper and the snowflake punch and stamps set. It will just be a different version of yours. I will send you a photo when it is finished.
    The vellum was and idea that I was curious as to how it would come out and I was very pleased with the way it came up. I hadn't seen vellum coloured in the sponging technique before. Your projects are so addictive I will be making them all along with my own little twist on them.
    Keep up the brilliant work.

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    1. That's fabulous news and thank you so much for the wonderful compliment :-) I'm so pleased I've inspired to you to give your own twist to the projects and I love the sound of using vellum!!! I bet that will look fantastic and I can't wait to see it..... please don't forget to send me a picture of what you do xxx

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  2. Beyond amazing...........Your attention to detail and great eye for contrast makes this creation one that would be kept on display loooong after Christmas Ü Thank you so very, very much for sharing! Brilliant!

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    1. What a wonderful compliment :) Thank you so much Tracy for taking the time to comment and I'm so pleased you like it xx

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