Beyond the Page Christmas Silent Night

Christmas Magic box by Julia Akinina

September 26, 2016

Hello Kaisercrafters!207

Julia is here to show you Christmas magic box using wonderful “Silent Night” collection from Kaisercraft. I love these traditional Christmas colors and beautiful patterns. I created the box for the money-gift and decorated it with beautiful wooden pattern which is great for Christmas projects.

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Kaisercraft Products: PP1004 Silent Night Paper Pad | P2154 Bake Gingerbread | P2158 Wrap the presents | P2152 Family Time | SS320 Sticker Sheet | CT863 Collectables | CS272 Frosted – Clear Stamps | IP719 Small Ink Pad – Black | GC106 Glittered Cardstock – Bronze | DD553 Decorative Dies – Nesting Stitched Circles | FL584 Flourish Pack – Snowflakes | FL454 Wooden Flourish – Mini Snowflakes | FL582 Flourish Pack – Festive | FL583 Flourish Pack – Joy | SB700 Rhinestones – Silver

Other: white embossing powder

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I decorated all sides of the box with the white embossing. I took the snowflake stamp from the stamp set from the “Frosted” Collection.

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That’s how it looks like when you open it.

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I used Collectables pack and different phrases to decorate all of the sides of the box inside. I also used a lot of little Christmas Themed wooden flourishes.

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Here is the place for money-gift!

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I hope you enjoyed my project today.

Thank You

Julia

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11 Comments

  • Reply Dorothy Dutton September 26, 2016 at 11:55 am

    This is beautiful – you are so clever. Would love to make something that nice!

  • Reply pat September 27, 2016 at 12:55 am

    where can I get the dimensions to make the box

    • Reply Facebook User October 3, 2016 at 8:23 pm

      That’s simple: the side of my box is 8sm, and for the cap if the box it’s 8,3sm. So to make the box you need ti cut out square with side 8×3=24sm and score 8sm from all the sides. The squares which you got at the corners you should cut out. To make the cover I cut the square with the side 8,3+4+4sm=16,3sm. And then I score the lines on 2sm and 4 sm to create the sides of the cup. I hope my mesurements will help you!

      • Reply pat October 4, 2016 at 1:52 am

        thank you so much

      • Reply Elaine Beard November 21, 2016 at 11:43 am

        Cannot follow your directions Julia. Can you please clarify. What is sm? I am in Australia. I can work in inches or centimetres. Thanks Elaine

        • Reply Facebook User November 21, 2016 at 6:32 pm

          Oh! I guess I have a mistake in writing…sm is centimetres of course! Sorry!

          • Elaine Beard November 21, 2016 at 9:24 pm

            Thank ,you Julia. So do you mind sending me the information in complete format again.I really want to make this for Christmas gift. Elaine

  • Reply Elaine Beard November 21, 2016 at 9:26 pm

    So how big is your sheet of card stock. Elaine

    • Reply Facebook User November 21, 2016 at 10:52 pm

      The main sheet 24x24cm ( to score 8cm from the each side)/ Aftre scoring you have to remove 4 squares. Another shhet is for cover ( the size 16,3×16,3 cm ( you have to score it on 2cm and 4cm from the each side). I hope you will create a beautiful box! Now I think I should do some quick tutorial and scheme of the box for the next month project.

      • Reply Elaine Beard November 23, 2016 at 2:06 pm

        Julia, Sorry,having a problem making the lid.Can you please help.Elaine

        • Reply Elaine Beard November 23, 2016 at 4:37 pm

          Any chance of this whole box being converted to inches.?Having fun with the lid.

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