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Thursday, 30 January 2014

Valentine Heart Topped Boxes

 Valentine, Hearts, Gift Box

I love pink and couldn't resist making up some Valentine Heart Topped Boxes using my Pazzles Inspiration cutting machine. 


I have a passion for these pink and white coordinating patterned papers in my paper stash.  For a girl who loves pink, I must admit I have quite a few sheets to hand!


I cut out the cutting box which measure 1.5" x 2.5", but of course you could 
resize on your cutting mat to make them larger.

I adore the heart shaped top which forms the closing mechanism.


I added some transparency film behind the cut out heart and filled it up with white chocolate drops.

Using a simple tag punch, I added a stamped sentiment and embellished it with a paper flower.

*There are full assembly instructions to make this box in the project section of the Pazzles Craft Room, HERE.  

This would be a perfect project to cut out in large quantities as they are quick and easy to make.

Cutting Supplies:-
Heart Topped Box (wpc, svg & ai) - Pazzles Craft Room (projects) 
Pazzles Cutting Machine – 99.00 Dollar Special

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Stay tuned for some more Valentine projects.

I have entered this project into the following challenge:-
The Pink Elephant Challenge - Love
I Gotta Create - Link Up Party #89 - Love

Joanna x


6 comments:

  1. How cute this Valentine Heart Box is, love the colors and the yummy cookies are to dive for!!
    Vanessa

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  2. The treat boxes are adorable, fun paper and flowers you added. And the treats look so yummy! BIF

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  3. those cookies look yummy! BIF Valentine Greetings!!

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  4. Thanks Vanessa for your SWEET comment!

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  5. Thanks Sukie, I love it when a simple project comes together using simple embellishments.

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  6. The chocolate drops were devoured by my kids as soon as I had taken the photo!

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