Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Scrap June Boardwalk Blog Hop

Welcome to the 
were we show you our projects
made with the Club Scrap June kit.

I hope you arrived here from
and seen her inspiration for this lovely kit.

My project for today is the wonderful box frame card.
I have seen these around lately and  just love looking at them,
so why not try these myself! I started making 3 of
them in red of white and blue.

So here is the tutorial:

To make a box you need a 12 x12 inch piece of paper
and a score board (if you have one). Score all sides
at: 1 - 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 - 3 inch.
Now score at one side of the border only until the 2nd scoreline 
at 4 and 8 inch. Now turn the paper 180 degrees and do the 
same. So this is only at 2 sides.

Take a scissor and start cutting the 3 x 3 inch scquares at all corners.

For the final cut, co to the 4 inch line and cut untilthe
2nd score line, then cut diagonally until the 3rd line.
Do the same at the 8 inch score and on the other side of the paper.

Now you can fold all the score lines towards the inside
and you see the box starting to form.
Best way to glue is first to glue the long parts
and then the part with the corner.
To make these boxes standing up,
you need a strip of paper: 6 x 12 inch and fold
at 6 inch. Glue half of the card to the back of the box
and now you have a way to have the box stand up.
You can also use this as a card to write somithing
for the person you give this box too.

Now you want to see the result:

Here are all 3 together. All pictures inside
the box are 4 x 4 inch and are taken on
the beach of Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

Box 1: I just love the crab that came with
this kit as a rubber stamp. So much fun to 
use.I added some glossy accent to his body
to give him a shiny shield.
And if you have had a look at my blog yesterday,
You have seen this as a sneak peek. It is hidden
behind this crabby box to wish you all
a very happy Summer and to show you
how you can use this box as a card.
You add the image to the backof the stand.


Box 2: swimming in the see fits
perfect with the vintage swimming suits.
For the Artist challege there were handmade embellishments
 and here is another of my button flowers.
 You see the instructions here.

Box 3: Picture perfect.
I love this picture and I just created this 3d scene
with elements of the kit.The beach chair is a die I have.

Thank you somuch for looking and i hope you
will also hop over to 
and see what she has come up with for you,

Thank you for looking 
and have a creative day!



26 comments:

Tricia Morris said...

WOW, Hetty! I love this technique! Thanks for the tutorial and for sharing your fabulous trio of beautiful cards!

Daffodil Cards said...

FABULOUS box cards, love all the details you've incorporated in each one to make them so very different. Great tutorial.
Faith
x

Inge said...

Super gemaakt!

Donna Coughlin said...

Oh wow that 3-d box is soooo awesome!

Karen Wyngaard said...

These paper frames are such a great idea, perfect for those times when you want to give an extra special card. I'm definitely going to have to "borrow" this idea!

Julie said...

WONDERFUL!! Love each and every one!! Great work and definitely want to give this a try. :)

Tina Dornbaum said...

AWESOME! I love box frames and this one is absolutely AWESOME! Love each and every one! I have already bookmarked your post so I can test it out. :)

Kay Williamson said...

Wow, love these paper frames, and also using them as a card, how awesomely cool is that?!?! Really great Hetty! Again! Of course!

Donna Nuce said...

Hi Hetty! I love these box frame cards. So unique! Thanks so much for sharing them. Have a great day!

KT Fit Kitty said...

WOW, Hetty! These are all AMAZING! I have not seen those frame cards before - awesome job! And three of them! Love your beach theme!

Scrappin Hard said...

Wowzers! this is super cool!!

Rettaescape said...

Hetty, your boxed frames are adorable!

Wendy Bellino said...

OMG! The box frames are brilliant! These would be a fun way to showcase Instagram photos! Thanks for sharing Hetty!

Melanie said...

Love this Hetty! Great projects and it looks like you had a blast at the beach!

APeeling Papercrafts said...

OMG! Love the frames! I will definitely be trying these myself! Just awesome :)

crzymom said...

Awesome cards Hetty! Thank you for sharing how to make them.

LUCYG said...

Fabulous as always. :) Love you, Hetty!

Carolyn said...

Awesome cards/frames! Wonderful gift idea!

jen t. said...

oh! this is awesome!!!

tsurowiec said...

Awesome frames! Thanks for the instructions on how to make them.

Lisa D said...

Oh my goodness, Hetty! These frame cards are fantastic! I really love how well you embellished each and every one. Great job.

Anne Marie said...

These are just too cute! Love,love,love them.

Jill P said...

these are such cute box frames

Lilian YF said...

These are awesome! Would make great gifts!!!
Lilian
The Leaf Studio

Jonnece Putu said...

Awesome idea. Thanks for sharing.

KnitterPam said...

These box cards are outstanding, Hetty! I love that they stand up. What a great gift.