Make a box after a tutorial or template by StampARTic

Posted by Princess Eva Angelica On 10:00 PM
I guess lots of crafters out there loves
a good tutorial or a template.
I know we do.
But it's not always easy to find one you like.
The girls in the team have tried some of all the thousands 
of tutorials and templates that already exist out there. 

Perhaps you will find a new favorite.
I think we did ;)



I've found on YouTube a great tutorial for an oval box.
You can also find it at Dannie's Designs.

Tutorial is divided in two.
The first
The second

Here is what I have made with it.


I have made five small gift boxes to some of my dear scrapping friends.
The tutorial for this box you can find here.


I have found a beautiful tutorial at Kirstens Blogg
 and since it is almost Valentine
 I thought that this box was perfect


I´ve found a great template for a Baby Carriage HERE.
It´s Niki Estes design.
Sadly I couldn´t find a tutorial, but I think it was easy 
to make a Baby Carriage without a tutorial.


I´ve made a couple of origami folded boxes from a tutorial I found here.
The boxes are very easy and quick to make.
 Here I´ve made the lids out of aquarelle paper that I´ve decorated
with distress ink and stamps,
which is easily done since you fold them out of one single piece of paper.


I made a box to my dear friend and I found the tutorial from Randis blog
This box takes some time to make it but the result is worth for it.

This picture is from behind


I found this adorable bookbox at Whiff of Joy 
made by Michele Roos.
A wonderful tutorial that I had to try out.
It looks like a book but have a place for hiding things inside.
Here´s my result.


I have made a mini milk carton after this tutorial on you tube.

A BIG thank you to all the talented crafters out there
that share their tutorials with the world,
so that many more can make gorgeous handmade papercrafts.
Thank you!

And if you didn't find a new favorite with these,
there's thousands more out there.
For ex some here at StampARTic ;)

or Youtube, Splitcoaststampers,
different forums, blogs, search on Google and so on.
Good luck!


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