I am back with another explosion box. This one is a love themed romantic box made for a couple. I had soo much fun making it and couldn’t wait to share it. On the inside of the box, I have made a boat garden that you already know by the title of this post. I hope you like it!
Today I have an explosion box to share. I will be sharing a few explosion boxes as I have been working on some custom orders for explosion box cards lately. I enjoy making explosion boxes, it is like a challenge for me to create different things to fit inside a 9*9 cm box. This one has a miniature aeroplane inside created for a pilot’s birthday.
Today I am sharing my first Shabby chic card. I have seen so many of these on Pinterest that I had to make one. These pretty cards are made with lots of layers of paper and loaded with lots of embellishments, flowers, ribbons and laces arranged in a way that gives a shabby look. Here is what I have made.
Today I’m sharing my Honeycomb quilling flower photo frame also created for a custom order. I kept waiting for a sunny day so I could take a few photos of this project but I didn’t have much luck with that as it’s been very cloudy and gloomy for the past days and it still is.
For this project, I decided to make the honeycomb flowers or the beehive technique, I really love the lacy look it gives and I enjoy making those continuous loops of tiny swirls. I also made some heart and eye shaped flowers and included some flower buds with it and arranged everything with the simple eye-shaped leaves. I really like how it turned out and I hope you like it too!
I’m so excited to write my first post and as I was thinking what I should make for my first blog post I was looking through some old pictures of my artworks that I had created for some custom orders and I thought this birthday explosion box would make a great post as everyone loved it so I thought I should share it, the pictures are not so good because I had not captured them with the intention of posting it on a blog but I tried to make them look good with my limited photo editing skills. I hope you like it!