Thursday, October 21, 2021

Herb Garden Box Tutorial for Vectoria Designs

Hello everyone!

I am very happy to finally share with you a project that I have been on working on for quite some time. It is another collaboration with Vectoria Designs, and it is a botanical themed one! Yey!! 

The new collection that I want to get you familiar with is called "Herb Garden Box" and of course I had to use it for creating a suitcase, which stores a couple of different things in it, including a mini journal:


You can purchase and download the digital paper pack here - http://pix.vectoriadesigns.com/inf0118.

The suitcase (when closed) looks like this:





There is a pull out compartment in the lid of the case, which allows you to store either a larger size journal or journalling cards or anything else. I put in there two cards and an ephemera holder to store leftover cutouts from the paper collection:








I have added decorative chipboard from Leo Mammy to both of the cards:




The main compartment of the suitcase hold a mini journal and 3 matchbox style boxes with the seed envelopes:





Let's have a quick look at the journal:













The video tutorial for creating this project comes in two parts. 

In Part 1 (https://youtu.be/fd9H_3gdork) we will create a suitcase and the seed envelope boxes:


In Part 2 (https://youtu.be/86MihhDSDfQ) we will work on creating a journal and a window frame for the suitcase lid:


You can watch the overview (https://youtu.be/AYSAOelNpNM) of the whole project here:


Now, let's get to the measurements of the chipboard pieces that you will need to prepare for this project:
The top and the bottom of the case:
9 5/8" X 6 3/4" (24.4 cm X 17.2 cm) - 2 pc
6 3/4" X 2" (17.2 cm X 5.1 cm) - 4 pc
9 3/4" X 2" (24.8 cm X 5.1 cm) - 4 pc

Divider for the bottom of the case:
6 5/8" X 2 3/8" (16.8 cm X 6 cm) - 1 pc

The "lip" parts for the bottom of the case:
5.5" X 2 3/8" (14 cm X 6 cm) - 2 pc
9.5" X 2 3/8" (24.1 cm X 6 cm) - 1 pc

The pull-out compartment:
9 3/8" X 6.5" (23.8 cm X 16.5 cm) - 1 pc
9.5" X 1.5" (24.1 cm X 3.8 cm) - 2 pc
6.5" X 1.5" (16.5 cm X 3.8 cm) - 2 pc

Chipboard piece for the window frame:
3 1/4" X 4 1/4" (8.3 cm X 10.8 cm) - 1 pc

Journal covers:
4.5" X 5 3/4" (11.4 cm X 14.6 cm) - 2 pc

Below you can find a picture of the matchbox drawer cutting outline:


Next, I have consolidated the links to the metal hardware that I used in this project. Hopefully, all the links will be active for a long time. If some of them are not working, please try to find alternatives.


Here is the link to the Gift Bag Die, which I used for creating the quarter circle corners both on the suitcase and on the cover of the journal.


Thanks for your attention and visit!

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  5. In the video you didn't show how to glue the cardstock to the chipboard. What kind of glue did you use and did you cover the entire piece of paper?

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  6. Hi, I just purchased the Garden-Box set from Vectoria last night. I finally found your blog with the dimensions needed to construct this lovely box! Is there a place you share the "lay-out" of the pieces on the chipboard to maximize the use of the 12x12 chipboard in an effort to reduce waste? If you have published the layout, where might I find it? Thank you so much for such lovely work !!

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Thank you for the kind comments!