Good day to you all.
I do hope you have had a wonderful & enjoyable weekend, no matter what you were doing.
I had a little trip to Bakewell, in Derbyshire this weekend, as we popped along to see some of our friends, The Dreamees
at a pop up crafting live, charity event.
I love their products, so any chance I get to see new goodies, that they might be bringing to our screens,
I did manage to get a little bit of crafting in though……. in between the shopping, the housework & the family
visiting on Sunday for the usual roast dinner. Take a look at what I made.
I purchased this svg file from the cutting cafe, and I’m so pleased I did.
I paired it up with a paper from my stash, and of course no girly project is complete without a helping
of Dreamees flowers. You can buy the gable box file here-:http://thecuttingcafe.typepad.com/the_cutting_cafe/2016/09/gable-box-template-and-cutting-file-1.html
and the stamp set for the flowers here-:https://www.dreamees.org.uk/fancy-floral-stamp-set-2624-p.asp
I simply cut the main box out of 300gsm cardstock, added a piece of acetate for the window,
and made the flowers from a 120gsm paper. (should of used something a tad heavier I think), and finally
I used Dreamees Dinkiy inkies in Lavender sparkle & powder puff sparkle to colour the flowers.
Also available on their website.
I do like the size of this gable box, and am now considering what else I could fill it with for my christmas fairs later this year.
Hope you enjoyed reading today’s post, and don’t forget to leave a comment.
Ta ta for now my darlings.