Hello! I recently posted a Tag Wardrobe box, and today I am posting the tutorial for this special box. For this dimensional project, I used the red papers from “A Christmas To Remember.”
Step 1: Cut out 6 chipboard pieces in the following sizes: (*NOTE* chipboard/mat board used was 1/16″ thick)
Step 2: Cover all sides with Pion Design Christmas papers:
Step 3: Glue the back to the floor of the box, and then glue the sides to the back and floor:
Step 4: I used a die to cut the wardrobe door as shown, but you can also just center and cut out a 4″ x 5″ square in the front 5 1/2″ x 6″ piece:
Step 5: Cut the door in half:
Step 6: Apply hinges to connect the doors to the front panel and then add small knobs to the doors as shown:
Step 7: Insert and adhere a wood dowel or a sturdy paper straw that measures 5 1/2″ to the sides of the box (you may need to trim the dowel or straw a little to get it to fit optimally against the sides):
Step 8: Adhere the front panel to the front of the box, and then adhere the remaining top panel to the top of the box:
Step 9: Cut out tags/images from the collection and use craft paperclip hangers to hang them onto the wooden dowel:
Step 10: Decorate the box
Enjoy holiday crafting with these special papers!
A Christmas To Remember – PD30001
A Christmas To Remember – PD30013
A Christmas To Remember – PD1649
A Christmas To Remember – PD1650
A Christmas To Remember – PD1651
by DT ~ Tara
Another outstanding and gorgeous wardrobe here today again Tara. Absolut stunning work as usual from your hands and this is just perfect for Christmas with these adorable papers here. Fabulous work, well done and hope you´re having a wonderful time now with your lovely family.
This is wonderful and thank you so much for the tutorial. I love Pion Collections and now I can use my papers to make this.
Mudah x ya ??
thanks for puting this up
Tara, you just amaze me, but then again you always do!!! This is so beautiful and seems relatively easy!!! Thank you so much for the tutorial!!!! Have a wonderful holiday season!!!!
Bem, estou começando no mundo dos concursos.