Parisian Breeze Box

November 21, 2009 at 6:25 pm 2 comments

My lovely sister-in-law and brother-in-law are over from New Zealand at the moment and staying with us for 2 weeks, so I wanted to make a little something to leave in their bedroom to say “Welcome”… with some choccies of course! I decided to use this box template that Nicole showed us at Team Day to make a box using my fave-but-soon-to-be-unavailable Parisian Breeze DSP!

It’s great using this paper for 3D projects because it is a bit thicker than the rest of the DSPs, so it holds up perfectly on it’s own!  The list of materials isn’t that large – Parisian Breeze DSP, Best Yet (sentiment), some Circle & Scallop Circle Punches & some Hemp Twine! Easy!

I need to make some more boxes and giftbags for Christmas gifts and thankyous, and I think I might be using this template a few more times!

If you would like to get your hands on the gorgeous Parisian Breeze DSP or any other products from the Spring Mini, then contact me before November 30th to place your order.


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Michelle Scott

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