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One Page Box with Fussy Cut Embellishments

Hi dear crafty friends!

You know how i love creating projects from only one sheet of paper. So today I'm sharing my new project: One Page Box with Fussy Cut Embellishments. It's so easy to make you'll be amazed!



One Page Box with Fussy Cut Embellishments

For this project, I used the amazing Nature Sketchbook collection. It has so many beautiful images that I could cut out and use as embellishments on my little box. I layered the images and added chipboard underneath some of them to add extra dimension.




If you don’t have Nature Sketchbook papers don’t worry, because this project will be great with any papers you have. As long as you have images to fussy cut, you can create this box with any paper collection! When fussy cutting, use sharp scissors. Instead of turning the scissors while you cut, turn the paper. That’ll make the cutting faster and more accurate.

It would be a great project to create for a special occasion or a holiday and you could hide a little gift inside! 




I’ve attached a sketch to help you know where to fold and where to cut so you can create this easy and fun box too! When working with a sketch, first try everything on a piece of paper, and after you are sure you know what to do, create your project on the patterned cardstock. Use a Trimmer or craft knife and ruler for accurate cuts and a bone folder for crisp and burnished folds.



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2 comments on “One Page Box with Fussy Cut Embellishments

  • Dorris Cochran says:

    I made this project using a different paper as a “Thinking of You” gift for my dear sister-in-law who was very ill. When I visited her husband after her funeral he told me that your tiny box was one of the items she insisted having by her bedside where she could see it each day.
    Thank you for the pleasure it gave her.


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