Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Fox Box Tutorial


I made this box for a swap...half of them I made in Really Rust card stock to look like a fox (like the picture above), and half of them I made with Basic Gray card stock and they looked like a little wolf (too cute, and great for Scout functions!). I had to make instructions to go along with the swap, so here is the PDF.

Click HERE to view or download Fox Box PDF tutorial.

As always, I share my instructions for free. If you have found my instructions valuable, please consider visiting my ONLINE STORE to make a purchase in return. Until February 28, 2010, $2 of every I {Heart} Hearts stamp sets purchased will be donated to Haiti Disaster Relief. See this previous blog post for more details.

Stampin' Supplies: Really Rust card stock, Whisper White card stock, Basic Black card stock, Stampin' Up! Big Shot, Top Note die, Oval Scallop die, 1-3/8" Square Punch, 3/4" Circle Punch, 1/2" Circle Punch, Crop-a-Dile (3/8" punch), Sticky Strip, Mini Glue Dots, SNAIL and/or Tombow Multipurpose Adhesive, Paper Snips, Paper Cutter & Bone Folder, Pencil

~Kimberley Morris
Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator since 1994
Colorado Springs, CO
procrastistamper@gmail.com
http://kimberley.stampinup.net

8 comments :

  1. Thank you so much for sharing your tutorial. The box is adorable.
    Denise

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  2. Wow Kimberly, this is great! He is very, very cute! Thanks for sharing such a great tutorial and a really cute project too!

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  3. I always love to see how creative people can be, and your Fox Box certainly meets that criteria.
    I'm going to try this for sure.
    Thanks for sharing this adorable creature with us.

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  4. Love it Kimberley! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  5. This is SO cute! I just love how versatile the Top Note die is! Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial, I can't wait to try this for my 2 year old niece and nephew!

    - Elizabeth
    Co-Owner
    www.missimagination.com

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  6. Thank you Kimberly. You are generous and talented. It takes a lot of hard work and time to create and to make a tutorial- thanks for sharing it with all of us. They are too cute!

    Sharon

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  7. Thank you, Sharon :-) These Top Note Box animals really are so much fun to make!

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  8. Thanks for sharing Kimberly, I love the Top Note box animals.
    Rene from OZ xo

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