Sunday, 21 November 2010

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On 9th November I made gift boxes with my papercrafts class - we all made die-cut, origami and simple scored and folded boxes as shown above, but I also demonstrated three other kinds of box to the class :-)

As usual, lunch was eaten in hurried mouthfuls during the breaks between my German class and the papercrafts one! One of the items in my lunchbox that day was a buttered Derby scone - it contains currants and has a topping of sugar nibs, yum!

9 comments:

Amy said...

The little purple lidded box looks like one I make. Happy Sunday to you Mel :-)

Mary B said...

Those boxes are so lovely Mel will you demonstrate them on your blog please?

Miriam said...

The boxes are beautiful Mel I love the papers you used for the purple one. The scone looks yummy:)

Deb said...

I love little boxes and these are awesome, Mel! xo

Karen said...

I love little boxes, too. Your class must be so much fun!

Sian said...

Your little boxes are so lovely - ever thought of going into the wedding favour business ?!

debs14 said...

I had a go at making your triangular box and it was a great success! That little white one is so cute, guessing that one needs specially cut card though :-(

Rachel B said...

The boxes are beautiful Mel, I especially like the White one - so pretty :)

Tracey said...

Love the scone! ... I really shouldn't visit you here when I'm hungry, you always have the very best of snacks to tempt me with! ;)