Hello everyone 😃
Nicole has created a puzzle box for you. Isn’ that a great one? If you want to know how she did it, read on and let yourself be inspired.
See you next time
The Puzzle Box is delivered unassembled. That’s why Nicole glued the small boxes together in the first step, which will later make a big Puzzle Box.
Next she decided on the arrangement of the boxes. Now the box looks more like a Puzzle Box. 🙂
As so often with projects, this Puzzle Box also got a coat of Gesso. This time with black Gesso.
Nicole lined the box with the paper “Cosmos” from Stampeia. She colored the edges with the wax “Peacock” and “Old Denim”.
And now it was time to decorate. For this she used casts of the “Stars and Moons” Mould and “Bottle Caps” as well as some chipboards.
Also cutouts from the paper collection could not be missing as well as a few little things here and there.
Nicole also has the box with metal parts like gears, mitform embellishments, a chipboard, vintage trinkets and mechanicals.
Here you can see the chipboard “Gear Border” from Scrapiniec in use.
And because stars and moons simply always go and glitter anyway, both could not be missing here.
Here is a little gallery for you
Cosmos Paper Pad
Stars and Moons Mould
Metallique Wax – Peacock
Metallique Wax – Old Denim
Chipboard Bubbles Mix
Mitform Clock Hands
Wonderland Clcok 3
Chipboard – Gear Border