These favor boxes are showstoppers! To make them look like popsicles, Elena used the Fancy Box die. She cut a slit in the end to slip in a popsicle stick! She added strips cut from Slide on Over, trimming off one of the rounded ends to mimic the detail on a popsicle.
Grace die cut 2 Fancy Boxes for each diorama; one she used to create the box. She used the other one as the cover from which she removed the side flaps. She decorated the inside of the box as a background for the scene and cut a rectangle window from the lid. To help build dimension for the scene inside the box, Grace made cardstock spacers using the measurements in the photo above.
We have a super fun event to tell you about that we think you will love! Our friends at Creative Escape Events have planned an amazing Southern California weekend in March just for Lawn Fawn fans! Meet and mingle with other Lawn Fawn-istas and make adorable Lawn Fawn cards in two different cardmaking classes! Then visit the Lawn Fawn warehouse, do some shopping and meet some Fawnies! It will be an unforgettable weekend! Click HERE to get all the details and sign up before this event fills up!
Our Fawnie friend, Lynette is back today with an adorable way to share some Valentine treats! She combined several sets to make a sweet Valentine themed box!