Hello there and Happy Sunday to you!
As you may have seen, if you follow me on Facebook, I had filmed and uploaded this weeks 12 weeks of Crafty Christmas Makes video on Friday, all ready to publish here yesterday :-) But, unfortunately my laptop decided it would be an amazing idea to install updates at some point after I went to bed and therefore corrupted my YouTube upload! Grr!
Anyway, I am so sorry this tutorial is a day late this week but lets get going shall we??
This week's tutorial is for this advent calendar which I have named... Advent Tags - lol! But it's so much more than just tags, lets see....
I have designed individual, numbered tag topped pouches each holding a small chocolate from a tub.
And a special tag topped box to hold a large sized chocolate for the 25th!
These boxes fit these mid sized chocolate treats.
But, what if you don't want to make advent calendars? Well, why not just swap out the numbers for a cute stamped image and make chocolates for your tree instead. Everyone needs chocolates on their tree right??
I used Winter Wonderland Vellum sheets here.
TIP: You can get 4 tags from the 6"x6" papers if you cut at 4" first.
Ok, lets see this long awaited video shall we....
And the measurements for the larger "25th" box for those who like written instructions too...
10cm x 27cm. Score at 2.5cm and 7.5cm. Score at 4cm, 11.5cm, 15.5cm and 23cm.
4" x 10.5". Score at 1" and 3". Score at 1.5", 4.5", 6" and 9".
And here's a little picture to pin so you can easily find this tutorial later ;-)
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Well, I really hope you have enjoyed this weeks tutorial and I look forward to seeing your versions of it!
Thanks for visiting today :-)
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