Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Bo Bunny - Sweet Moments - Little Boxes

Lynn here with you today to share the boxes I have made using the Sweet Moments collection from Bo Bunny. When I saw these papers and all the delightful motifs I thought they would be ideal for decorating cake and chocolate boxes as well as cards and layouts.

Here is the full collection I made using the papers together with Bazzill Basics Cardstock, the We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board and Crop-A-Dileand a Score board.

I used papers called Confectionery, Delish, Delectable, Allure and the Combo Sticker sheet.
I searched the web for instructions for different boxes and found plenty of You Tube videos to help. I have linked to an example tutorial for each box, but bear in mind you may want to find others and / or adjust sizes.

I found a tall slender tie top box and adjusted the measurements to accommodate these lovely images from the papers. As with all the boxes I embellished this one with Distress Ink, paper roses, ribbon, gems and pearls

This Cracker box is made with the envelope punch board and again the size can be varied.

This square tab tie box, can be made from any size square with the envelope punch board and would make brilliant wedding favours. 

This next box is an easy form of explosion box, the scoreboard is useful here.

This larger custom sized box I made to take cup cakes. I made the base deeper than the lid so the contrasting card would show.
I used a Martha Stewart border punch to trim the lid.

The lid also features a bow I made using the envelope punch board.

This easy box is made by scoring and folding a square of paper or card for the lid and the base in the same way, just made the base slightly smaller. 

This envelope punch board box is made to measure to take a box of Maltesers, again the dimensions can easily be changed.

I also made a twist and pop up card with these papers.

Finally I made several tags, some are attached to the boxes plus this one. The stickers were very useful for these.

Thanks for looking, enjoy experimenting with some tutorials - there are so many available.
Lynn x


Unknown said...

Absolutely brilliant ideas Lynn, they are all gorgeous!

Anita said...

What fabulous creations Lynn, so many ideas there and that card is absolutely wonderful xx