Monday, 21 February 2011

How The White Wedding Favour Box Works

Happy Monday everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I like Mondays. It is a day that I get to relax from the busy weekends. At least once a month on Saturday there is a birthday party and church on Sundays. My weekends are always booked up.

Someone asked me how the Petal Cone die weeding favour works. So here are some picture of how the box open and close.

Here is how it looks when it is open. The flower is slide to the end of the knotted ribbon. If you don't want the knotted ribbon to show when the box is closed then put it close the opening of the box.

I put one eyelet each onto the two opening flaps (the two with the scallop around them). Ignore the hole on one of the flap. I wasn't too careful when I was Crop-a-dile the hole for the eyelet. I thread the ribbon through the two eyelets but did not tie a knot on the ribbon yet. Set this aside.

Make your flower. I used a cardboard from the DSP packaging for my flower backing. I want it to be strong enough to move along the ribbon for opening and closing the box. I used a Crop-a-dile to punched a hole in the middle of the flower. (While I was writing this I thought it would work best if I had punch two hole in the middle of the flower. This way the flower will slide along the ribbon smoother.) Thread the ribbon through hole of the flower. Next, thread the ribbon through a button. Then glue the button onto the flower.

A closer look a the top of the flower.

Hope you understand my tutorial of this box. If you have any questions just leave a comment here or email me. I'll try my best to answer you.

Thank you for stopping by. Have a great day!

Happy Stamping!


Rita said...

This is just soooo gorgeous Deanna! You are soooo good at all these wedding projects. You should open your own wedding business!!! I luv it!!!

Dragées Mariage said...

i aime ça White Wedding faveur boîte fonctionne et il fonctionne vraiment comme de mariage faveur.