DIY Pop up Wedding Book Card + Matching Gift Box | GIVEAWAY WINNERS
Before we get started showcasing my projects today, I wanted to share the winners of our latest Youtube giveaways!
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Alright, now lets get into today's projects!
Pop up Wedding Book Card
Here's a look at how I decorated the inside of my book. I love how you can see the couple through the front of the book.
The shadow box frame was decorated with some more pattern paper and some decorative die cut corners, also included in the same oval die set.
This set is so versatile, I ended up using every single die that's included in the set!
Matching Gift Box
As I previously mentioned, I created my gift box by following a tutorial by @Jenny Card Designs. Her tutorial is really well thought out and easy to follow. This box is the perfect size for you shadow box book cards, no filling or extra padding is needed!
Since this was my first try making one of these boxes, I decided to do it off camera. Now that I created one, I can definitely create more and I certainly will, so stay tuned for a future gift box tutorial for an A7 and an A2 size!
Because I can't stop, I decided to even decorate my box with the same pattern papers that I used on my card. In the center, I added some more die cut decorative ovals.
I realized that I didn't have a sentiment for my card, so I decided to add one to my box! I silver heat embossed a beautiful wedding sentiment on a die cut vellum oval. Because I used vellum, you can partially see the lace oval through, super pretty!
Thank you all for stopping by today, I hope you enjoyed my tutorial!
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Congrats to the winners and this wedding set is gorgeous.