3D Christmas Box Card


Posted on 17th December 2020 by Vicki Poulton
Filed under Seasonal Crafts, Christmas Craft Ideas

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Good morning Vic here today and I have a really fun Christmas Box Card to share with you.

You will need:

Fleck Kraft Card 250gsm

Post Box Red Smooth Card 240gsm

You will also need:

Silhouette Machine

Lori Whitlock crate file

First edition paper pads

Christmas Greeting (Time For Tea Designs)

Distress Ink

White embossing powder

Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml

Heat Gun

Bear image (lawn fawn)


To start with I die cut all the pieces I needed for my box. I cut the crate and layers using Fleck Kraft Card 250gsm and the poinsettia plants in Post Box Red Smooth Card 240gsm. I inked up the edges of the crate with distress ink and also to the first layer of the poinsettia plant. I then die cut the rest of the images using my paper pad.

Next I started to put my box together. I added Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml to the edges of the box and adhered these together. I then added glue to both layers of the crate and adhered all the pieces together.

Once the box is completed I stamped my image and coloured the bear in. I then fussy cut him out and adhered him onto the box.

For my greeting I stamped merry Christmas onto a piece of Post Box Red Smooth Card 240gsm using versamark ink and sprinkled white embossing powder over this. I then heat set the sentiment and trimmed this down.

To finish the card off I adhered the greeting to a piece of acetate and adhered to my box.

Your Christmas card is now complete.


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