Hello Clearsnap fans, Lisa Marie Jimenez here today showing you how easy it is to make this Little Princess wrapping paper. The My First Colorbox® mini stamps are not just for kids, they are the perfect size to make your own creative wrapping paper. In this tutorial I will show you how I used the Little Princess stamps to make this wrapping paper and gift tag.
• My First ColorBox® Stamps-Little Princess
• Teresa Collins Ink by ColorBox® – Glitz Gold
• Teresa Collins Ink by ColorBox® – Gold Shine
• ColorBox® Archival Ink – Pinkalicious
• ColorBox® Pigment Brush Ink – Spa
• Clearsnap® Wood Block Stamps – Castle
• Glitter Glue – Gold, Pink, Blue
• White wrapping paper
• Cream Card Stock
• Hole punch
• Oval Die Cut
• Die Cut Machine
• Painters Tape
How to make this Little Princess Wrapping Paper:
Cut white paper large enough to fit box size. To help secure the paper from moving while stamping, secure the paper to work table with painters tape.
Stamp the Star Wand stamp next to “Little Princess” using Teresa Collins Ink, Glitz Gold. (Picture A) Use Teresa Collins Ink, Gold Shine to stamp the crown onto paper. Next stamp the small castle stamp using Spa ColorBox® Pigment Brush Ink. (Picture B) Add glitter glue to accent the stamped designs.
Stamp the large Castle Wood Block Stamp onto the cream card stock using Glitz Gold ink.
Next use die cuts and die cut machine to turn the castle into a tag for the package. Adorn the castle with glitter glue. Punch a hole in the tag. Wrap gift and tie with ribbon.
You now have a wrapped gift for a “Little Princess”. This was a fun project and so easy to do. There are 12 different themed My First ColorBox® mini stamp tins in the line. Which one will you chose for your next DIY wrapping paper project?
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