Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Princess for One day Pamper Pack

Good Morning Everyone! I hope you are having a good week so far. Today, I (Jane) have a tutorial to share with you to show you how to make a pamper kit to make someone feel like a Princess for One day using one of the gorgeous new Princess images from Whiff of Joy.

To make the pamper pack you will need the following materials:

Patterned papers and plain cardstock
Die cut doily
Embellishments of your choice to decorate the pouch
Coloured Princess Belle image and sentiment
Scoring tool, bone folder, paper trimmer, circle punch
Sewing machine (optional)
Lace and ribbon
2 Face mask packs

To make the pamper kit:

1. Cut a piece of cardstock to 19.5cmx15cm. Score at 9.5cm, 10cm and fold with
bone folder along score lines to create the cover

2. Cut to pieces of card to measure 11cmx7.5cm. Score and fold 1 cm in along sides and
2cm in along bottom. Trim out sections as shown.

3. Fold into a pocket and use a circle punch to cut a semi circle in top edge.

4. Add tape to back of pockets

5. Stick inside folded covers and add face mask pouches.

6. Wrap gingham ribbon around the folded covers sticking down with double sided tape

6. Cut pieces of patterned paper to fit front and inside panels, layer and sew
around the edges if desired.

7. Add panels to inside and embellish with gems


8. Wrap lace around the layered panels and stick to front of pack. Embellish with stamped image, sentiment, flowers and gems and tie ribbon in a bow to close.

Thank you for stopping by to look at my tutorial. Have a lovely Wednesday!
Jane
x


5 comments :

  1. Здорово получилось. Понравилось.

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  2. O I really love this. And it comes on the right time cause i need a birthday card for a friend who is ill. Thank you
    Love Ageeth

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  3. Fantastic idea Jane. These will be great for Teacher's gifts and christmas gifts. Great tutorial.

    Hugs, Kylie xo

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  4. Класс! просто класс!

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