Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Videotutorial – Hankie Box by Katharina Frei

Thanks for stopping by today. I did another Videotutorial, which shows how you can create the below box for handkerchieves out of just 1 Stampin’ Up cardstock. It is a lovely, small present during these wet and cold days :)
Danke, dass ihr heute hier vorbei schaut :) Ich habe ein weiteres Videotutorial für euch vorbereitet. Es zeigt, wie ich die kleine Schachterl für Taschentücher (die ihr auf dem Foto unten seht) aus nur 1 Stampin’ Up Cardstock gebastelt habe.
hankieBox1
hankieBox2
Have fun watching :)
Viel Spaß beim Zusehen :)


  • Whiff of Joy Stamp Henry hugging Heart
  • Scor Pal
  • trimmed black cardstock from Stampin' Up size 7,5 x8,5''
  • magnetic snaps from Basic Grey
  • Word Window Punch
  • Round Tab Punch
  • Corner rounder Punch
  • buttons from Buttons Galore
  • white scrappers floss
  • Paper from Cosmo Cricket
  • round Nestabilities from Spellbinders
  • coloured with Twinkling H2O

23 comments :

  1. This was great Katharina, thank you for sharing. I think I'll wish one of those scor-pals. Seem like so much fun and I love making boxes (just takes a while withoout this tool) Now I just need to figure out where I can get one :)

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  2. Can't believe I commented first, lol.

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  3. Oh Katharina I really enjoyed watching that! What a wonderful idea, want to make one for my little boy's hankies straight away! Love how you used the two punches to create a fancy opening too! hugs, Jane xx

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  4. Katharina,das ist ein super Tutorial.Danke fürs zeigen!!!
    LG
    Sandy

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  5. Hallo Katharina, ich habe zwar schon so eine Box gebastelt, aber das Video habe ich mir trotzdem angeschaut. Toll gemacht.
    Vielen Dank für die tolle Anleitung.
    LG Babsi

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  6. Great tutorial! You made it so easy, thank you much!

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  7. Such a great box and tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. what a lovely little box! I really like it. However I think that I am going to have to get an inches scor-pal to go along with my metric one as most people have the inches on!

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  9. thanks for the wonderful tutorial Katharina!! will have to try it!!

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  10. Katharina ,Thanks for fab tutorial and such a lovley wee box!Loved wathcing and will defo go and have ago!
    thanks judex

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  11. thanks for that great tutorial Katharina......I'm trying to make one too!!!
    love, Margreet

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  12. Thank you for sharing that with us Katharina it was a fab tutorial ~ such a pretty little box xx lizzy xx

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  13. Such a cute box :) lovely idea, thanks for sharing :) em xx

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  14. That is realy nice Katharina, thanks for sharing al these wonderfull things with us! I will make some hankie boxes for a little present at the dinner table on christmas eve. Thanks again, greets Belinda

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  15. This is such a lovely idea Katharina. I will definitely be making some of these for my friends. Thank you so much for sharing. Lauren x

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  16. a fantastic tutorial Katharina, love the end result too..
    hugs Rachxx

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  17. Buenísimo tutorial-video, es un trabajo muy creativo, enhorabuena y gracias.

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  18. Love, love, love this cute little box Katharina! You make it look so easy with this video tutorial.... very inspiring. I wanna make one of my own immediately;-) Thanks for sharing!

    Hugs, Inge xOx

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  19. Gorgeous little box,thanks for sharing your ideas with us,hugs Janette.x

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  20. Thank you for this great tutorial. Simple and very clear. And it is a great idea for the months to come of the cold season!

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  21. Katharina, my three year old has a bad cold just now and has been trying to walk about with a big box of tissues, lol. I have just finished making him a small box using your tutorial. Thank you so much - he is delighted with it.

    Hugs
    Suzanne x

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