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Ferrero Friday #15 Folded Closure

Folded closure Ferrero Friday stampin up uk

Materials

Card Brights A4

Designer Series Paper Brights Stack

Stamp Set- hostess set Lots of Love

Ribbon 3mm silver

Card 17 x 6 cm – score short at 1 and 5 cm

Score long at 6 and 11 cm

Make a triangle template 4cm wide by 3 cm high and use to mark mid point as shown above.  Score using a ruler.

Cut away shaded areas as shown.  Fold and burnish all score lines

folded_closure_Card_scoring_plan

DSP 4 cm x 17cm

Score long at 6 and 11 cm

Fold and burnish all score lines

folded_closure_DSP_scoring_plan

Glue DSP on top of card (to make a cross shape

Reinforce all score lines – folding in the top triangular secion

Glue up to form a box shape

Pinch the sides together and punch one hole on the DSP/Card join on both sides

Fold each side in and thread through cord and gently pull to close. Then pull both together and tie in the middle

I would love to be your demonstrator, wherever you are in the country, please do not hesitate to contact me if I can help. If you want to purchase supplies click on the items listed or click HERE

 

Crafty hugs

 

Heidi

The original demonstrator I cannot find – but here is another demos larger version http://www.irenesbastelzimmer.de/rocher-geschenkbox-selber-basteln/

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6 thoughts on “Ferrero Friday #15 Folded Closure

  1. I am really enjoying your ferrero Friday projects. They are great little gifts to give someone as a thinking of you or just because. Again, if you have the measurements in inches, I would love to try this! Thanks again for sharing these cute little projects each week. Hope you had a great vacation/holiday.

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