Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Halloween in Wonderland Notebooks and Boxes

Hello and good day everyone!

Today I am sharing my "Notebooks and Boxes" created for the Graphic 45 DT using the deluxe paper pad - "Halloween in Wonderland".

I think there is no grown up person, who doesn't like the famous 'Alice in Wonderland' book by Lewis Carroll, as there is no crafter who would not like the “Halloween in Wonderland” paper collection by Graphic 45. All the illustrations are simply adorable and the gorgeous patterns and backgrounds of the paper make them even more special.



  
I decided to create a project, which could be used not only as a display piece, but be functional as well. I stacked two staples boxes together – the bottom one is the 5x5” mixed media black box, and the top one is an ATC Book Box. Each one of the boxes holds a notebook. The top one has magnetic feet and can be dis attached from the bottom base, so opening the bottom box would be much easier with no additional box on top of it ☺





The notebooks which are inside the boxes were created from scratch. I used the plain printing paper to create the pages, and the paper from the 'Halloween in Wonderland' Deluxe collection to make the dividers.
In the mixed media box’s lid I added sequins and created a shaker window, sealing it with the acetate from both sides.
The mirror on the lid of the top book box is attached to the easel, which is magnetic and stays in place when you flip the lid open.






















Although there are lots of pictures of the finished project in this post, I have a short video presentation on my channel as well to give a better idea about how everything works together."


Supply List:
Mixed Media 5x5 Box-Black
Other products used:
Tim Holtz Mirror Die,
Tim Holtz Pocket Watch Movers and Shapers Die
TJ Designs Stamp Sets (The Mad Hatter, Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, Down the Rabbit Hole, Through the Looking Glass, Silhouettes)

Thanks for stopping by today!

9 comments:

  1. Саша, не перестаю восхищаться твоими работами)))

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  2. This is absolutely fantastic! You must be really pleased with how well it turned out. Could you tell me where you got the metal Alice in Wonderland trinkets from? They aren't on your supply list. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. This is just fantastic. Could you let me know where yo got the stamp set

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  4. Это шедевр! Просто волшебство!!! Невероятно красивая, изысканная, кропотливая работа.

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  5. Wow these are Amazing just love visiting your Blog I am NEVER dissapointed!

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  6. Удивительный картонаж в твоем исполнениии ...это нечто ...всегда в восторге от твоих работ !!!

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Thank you for the kind comments!