Mini Mail Box - Tutorial

Hello people!
Chirali here with a cute Mini Mail Box tutorial using Pretty Pixie Paper Pack.
Here it is:

Let's start with the tutorial:
Take one sheet from Pretty Pixie Paper Pack of your choice and draw the lines as shown in picture.
Cut and fold the same as above.
Stick 0.5"x4" part to the opposite side to make such a dome.
Now, fold the dome on both the sides one by one and draw the circle with pencil.
Draw such triangles as shown in picture on any one side, cut both the sides and stick the side with triangles from inner side of the dome. Cut the drawn half circle on the other side.
It will look like this.
Take one stripe of 1.5"x10", score at 0.5" and cut such triangles in the same way as before and stick the same to the lose half circle to make door of the Mail box. If 10" is longer than needed, cut the same accordingly.
I gave it a magnetic closure.
Base is ready. :)
Now time to decorate and add some mails in it. I made 3 envelopes of 3"x3" to keep in it.
My final result of Mail Box:

I hope you liked it.
Thanks for stopping by!

Chirali :)

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September Challenge - Gifts Galore

Hello, this is Tanvi & I am here to announce the challenge this month - 
Gifts Galore:
Create any project that is suitable for giving gifts and it should have a matching tag along with it.
Papericious Challenge Rules :
1. You can create ANY project - Altered Items, 3D projects, Home Decor, Layouts, Mini Albums, Scrapbooks, etc.

2. Remember that you need to use Papericious Products as your main focus to qualifying for the win.

3. The last date of submission of your projects is 10th October, 2019 at 11:55pm IST.

4. Please go through the general guidelines HERE before you link up your projects. Any project not following the rules will be disqualified and it will not be eligible for the prize.

5. If you are entering the challenge via social media platforms like Instagram or Facebook, please remember to write in your post that you are participating in the Papericious Monthly Challenge and give a direct link to the challenge blog post in your post description. Mention the Papericious products used in your post as well. Then, come back and link your entry using the InLinkz tool provided at the end of the post.

The Design Team will be selecting a Merit based Winner at the end of the challenge who will stand a chance to win a gift voucher worth INR 1,000 from the Papericious Store. 

We will also be picking three entries as our Top 3, who will be awarded a badge to flaunt on their blog.

Now back to the theme - Gifts Galore. I love gifting unique handmade decoupage items. For today's theme I have made a birdhouse with a coordinating tag using the Flora Season Decoupage Paper

Sharing some close ups of the birdhouse now. I have decoupaged two sides & done a bit of stenciling over the decoupage.

To add some texture to the roof, I have used one step crackle medium.

Here is the coordinating tag - 
Supplies used - 

We also have my teamie Parul sharing her inspiration for this challenge.
Lets see what she has for you -
I wanted to gift something to my mom and what could be better than a set of cash envelopes. So I came up with this set. It has got 10 money envelopes and a keepsake box to keep them all.  I also made a matching tag with it :)  And she really loved this present.  
I used "Hooked" Paper Pack from Papericious. 

That's all from us today & hope you will all share the handmade gifts made for this festive season & join the September Challenge.

Photo Frame ft. Little Miss Muffet - Tutorial

Hello People!
Chirali this side with a quick photo frame tutorial from Papericious' Little Ms. Muffet Paper Pack.
Here it is:

Let's start with the tutorial:

I cut 1 piece of millboard and 1 of white paper of 12.25"x12.25" and selected one sheet from Little Ms. Muffet which will work as a main background of the frame. 
Then I cut two millboard pieces shaped as shown in picture to make a frame stand. You can go for simple rectangle too. 
Stick them to white paper and cut the edges as shown and glue them to the millboard. 

I attached the stand with brads to the big millboard piece in the centre.

And added one small stripe below the stand too, as shown in picture.

Front will look like this.
Now glue white paper on the board and then patterned paper on the white paper.

Cut 9 white papers measuring 3.25"x3.25" and round 2 alternate edges of each. Cut 9 patterned papers measuring 3"x3" inches of your choice.

The basic frame will look like this. I added each white and patterned paper with the help of foam tape.
Time to decorate! My final outcome is here:

Some close-ups:

I have added so many fussy cut elements to decorate the same. I can now add 6 pictures in this frame, leaving 3 as a decorated parts.

I hope you liked it.
Thanks for stopping by!

Chirali :)

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Personalised Piggy Bank ft. Pretty Pixie

Hello everyone,
Priya this side from Palchin Creation with an adorable personalized Piggy Bank using Pretty Pixie Paper Collection.
I have pictorial too on making of this cute piggy bank.
Here it is, enjoy:


  • First, I gathered all the supplies I need for my project.

  • Then, I gave two coats of Chalk Paint to my base of Piggy Bank using Papericious Pearl Pink Chalk Paint.          

  • Then, I cut the paper from Pretty Pixie in size of 4.25 X 4.25 inches, and glued it on my base using Papericious Decoupage Glue.

  • Then, I embellished my piggy bank using some cute chipboard pieces and glued my niece name on it.

And that's all, this cute personalised piggy bank is ready.
I hope you guys like it
Thanks for stopping by,

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