As soon as I saw these 6x6 papers from the Glowing collection, I knew what I wanted to do with them. Of course, it has taken me until now to finish it, but I absolutely love it! I ran out and bought a Tim Holtz Configurations box and a package of Box Feet as the base for my project. The knob is also Tim Holtz, from part of a package I had on hand.
Here are the details of all those little boxes:
This was a really easy one! I just trimmed the paper to size, traced the web with Black Diamond Stickles, and filled in the spider's body with Liquid Glass. I adhered the dried piece to a cardstock platform to lift it away from the back of the box.
Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge (exclusive from Close To My Heart). I cut a couple of branches from New England Ivy cardstock and distressed it with black distressing ink. They are adhered and various points using Liquid Glass adhesive. The flowers are also from this Cricut cartridge, using the scalloped flower cut on page 68 of the handbook. I cut them at various sizes, from 1.25" to 2.75", distressed them with the distress ink and rolled them. I added Black Diamond Stickles to the edges of some of the petals.
Art Philosophy, and trimmed the top of it straight with my paper trimmer. After stamping the sentiment, I distressed the edges with Autumn Terracotta ink, and adhered it to the pattern paper with two layers of foam tape.
Here's a list of all the supplies I used:
- Glow Collection 6x6 papers - Authentique Paper
- Configurations box, knob, and Foundations Box Feet - Tim Holtz Idea-ology
- Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge - Close To My Heart exclusive
- Wicked, August stamp of the month - Close To My Heart
- Stickles in Black Diamond and Lime Green - Ranger Ink
- Cardstock, marker, and ink - Close To My Heart
- Memento Black Stamping Ink - Tsukineko
- Staz-On Black Ink - Tsukineko
- Liquid Glass and Foam Adhesive Tape - Close To My Heart
- Quickie Glue Pen - Sakura
- ATG gun - Scotch 3M