Hi Everybody! Vishu here today to show you how to make this DIY Stamped Gift Box using popsicle sticks colored entirely with Ann Butler Designs Crafter’s Ink from Clearsnap.
This is a great DIY stamped gift box for any occasion and can be easily customized to bring a personal touch to your gifts.
Without further adieu lets get started……………
Firstly to create this DIY Gift Box, I painted the popsicle sticks using Crafter’s ink. I needed 4 popsicle sticks in canyon and aquamarine for each layer of the box. Also , I created the base of the gift box.
Next, I painted the base of the box using Canyon ink, by simply applying the ink directly to the popsicle sticks. These inks work quick and easy on the wooden popsicle sticks.
Once the base was ready and dried, I stacked and alternated 4 of the canyon popsicle sticks and 4 of the aquamarine popsicle sticks for each layer. I simply glued each layer into a square, which made alternating them go quickly and easily, see photo below.
Now, I worked on the top piece of the box. which was pretty similar to the base except for I colored it with the aquamarine ink and stamped it using Ann Butler Design 1″ Faux Quilt stamps.
Lastly to finish up this DIY Stamped Gift Box, I attached the top on using ribbons so the box can be opened and closed. The final step was to embellish the top cover using rhinestones and mirrors.
I think that this DIY Stamped Gift Box turned out great, I might use it to gift my friend with some jewelry in it.
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Ann Butler Design Products used:
Ann Butler Designs Crafter’s Inks by Clearsnap: Canyon, Deep Woods, Aquamarine
Ann Butler Designs 1″ Faux Quilt Stamps
- Popsicle Sticks
- Hot glue
Hope you all enjoyed this tutorial and thanks for stopping by……..