A Traditional Christmas Gift Idea
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Hello! Loes here today to show you how to make a Christmas gift box for a little bottle of wine.
I used the kraft core from the nostalgic collection by Core'dinations for the base since it's sturdy.
Cut the cardstock to 11 x 12 inch
Make score lines at 2.5 inches, 5 inches, 7.5 inches, and 10 inches.
Turn the paper sideways and make score lines at 1 3/4 inches, 10 inches and 11.5 inches.
Make diagonal score lines as in the photo below.
And cut out the little piece with the diagonal stripes.
First I sanded the kraft cardstock for a distressed look.
After that I started to decorate the box.
The pieces I used are 7 3/4 inch x 2 inch and the red dots are 6 inch x 1 3/4 inch.
Decorate with little pieces of lace and I also used a Sizzix die for the little wreath
I sanded the little wreath too.
When the decorating is finished, you can glue it into a box.
At least make two holes in the top and use lace or tulle and tie it closed.
Take of the label of the wine bottle and make your own
I used the stamp of last year
Now your Christmas gift is ready to give!
Thanks for joining us today!
Authentique: Tradition collection 12 x 12 papers, element stickers
Core'dinations: Kraft-core nostalgic collection
Unity stamps: naughty or nice
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This is so awesome! LOVE the scoring and sanding. What a great gift.ReplyDelete
Fantastic idea for all my wine-drinking friends. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
I'm thinking scale it down a little and it would be perfect for body wash, lotion, that type of thing!
What a great tutorial! Thanks so much.ReplyDelete
What a lovely way to personalize a gift; indeed the box itself "is" a gift! As Vicki mentioned, the possibilities are plentiful with some re-sizing and, depending on the occasion, re-decorating. Fabulous inspiration. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
Most beautiful wine gift I have ever seen - love your colour and paper combos!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the inspiration and sharing your tutorial too, looking forward to giving this a try :)
Great idea ! Love the little wreaths . Decorating the wine bottle was genius . TFS .ReplyDelete
this is just about the coolest thing i've ever seen. really. i don't give wine away as gifts, but holy cow....this could be used for vinegars and oils and filled with granola, even. whatever. i'm so happy to know how to do this. the paper is amazing. i love that it can be distressed like this and then you just kept piling on amazing paper after amazing paper. if i got something like this from someone, i would keep that box out all season long as decoration. amazing. very, very cool. thank you SO much!ReplyDelete
Great gift idea Loes! Thanks for the tutorial - can't wait to try this. I am always looking for fun boxes for gift giving and this one will definitely be useful!ReplyDelete
that is a great idea--it would work for specialty olive oils, too. I have already bought some of those and wondered how I would wrap them!!!ReplyDelete
Love the box you created. What a wonderful gift for wine drinkers or even sparkling cider. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
The red Core'dinations paper really pops the beautiful Authentique papers. Lucky person getting that gift box!ReplyDelete
loes, thanks so much for sharing the deets on how to make this wonderful gift... Love it... i am going to make a few of these as well, terrific projectReplyDelete
OH... I love this box. What a great idea. I have to try this one. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Super cute project! I'll have to give this a try! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
The packaging is just a pretty as the gift. Would be great to leave out all christmasReplyDelete
Great box for a liquid gift. Using the Core'dinations makes it even easier with their core cardstock. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Never bought bottle of wine as a gift but I might have to so I can make something as pretty as that :)ReplyDelete
Adorable little wine box, love the fun feel the polka dots add.ReplyDelete
Wonderful gift box.ReplyDelete
Would look very nice
as a gift.
Carla from Utah
What a pretty wine box! I love the sanded cardstock and the patterned papers. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Very festive way to present this gift!ReplyDelete
This box is so fabulous!ReplyDelete
Fantastic gift box. Thank you for the great instructions.ReplyDelete
Thats really cool! I would never think to make something like that. I might have to try for Christmas this year! Thanks for the tutorial!ReplyDelete
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This is the perfect gift! I will be making a lot of these boxes this year. This is just so unique. Thank you Thank you!ReplyDelete
The distressing and the beautiful paper really make this project so fun and festive!ReplyDelete
LOVE all the layers and the rows of trim. This is a gorgeous gift box!!! A gift in itself.ReplyDelete
OH NOOOOO CHRISTMAS IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER!!!!!!!!! but its ok because we have great creative ladies like you to share your talents with us. great gift box. thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Great tutorial! Love the combo of the coredinations and the Authentique papers!ReplyDelete