Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Twice on Tuesday

It's my turn to share my project on the Get Funky blog today.
This month we've  an "Anything Goes Using Funky Hand Stash" challenge on the go and there have been lots of lovely things to see since the launch on the Funky Fifteenth of August.

  We're getting close to the 14th of September now,, which is the closing date for entries to this challenge, but you've still time to get out your Funky Hand stash and join in.  As usual Anice has created a freebie downloadable paper which is available only for the duration of this challenge but means that even those who don't have any Funky Goodies can still grab that and use it to make something....anything....and join in.  There's a free download of your choice on offer for our winner, so it's definitely worth taking part....especially as there's the beautiful new "Daisy Day" collection available now.

I chose to use the 3 rosy pink designs from Daisy Day to make this origami box.  You just start with two squares of paper and make some folds and you're done!  The link for the instructions can be found on my Get Funky post today
Click HERE to find the link and also to find the info info on how I made the flower decoration for the top if the box.  I hope you like it

 I love these soft and pretty papers and I know they are going to be used time and time again - the brilliant thing is that I can print them out whenever I want more - and I can print them on different papers too, which really adds to their versatility.  If that's not enough to convince you then maybe a price of  £3.49 you get:
20 twenty backing paper designs
Matching upper-case and lower-case alphabets
Numerals and extra characters.
Set of Daisy themed Digi Images to colour in, or over -print onto the backing papers for cutting out and layering
Can't be bad, eh?
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Kaz said...

Ooo this is so pretty Kathy. You can't beat a box full of paper flowers! xxx

Kath said...

This is a really pretty box, Kathy. I might need those papers I think.

Sharon (glitterangel) said...

Oh wow that's just so pretty!

Angelnorth said...

Really pretty little box - origami can be very satisfying, can't it?!

Natty said...

Gosh Kathy, this project is simply gorgeous! Just love the flowers and ribbon on top.