Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Twist Top Box-Video & file



I've added more files to the twist top box I posted a while ago.  There are now 2 flat bottom boxes.  The short box holds an ornament perfectly.  I'm going to use this box to give my glitter ornaments in (yet to be made!!!)



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20 comments:

jessnlinda said...

Amazing Denise thanks for sharing.
Linda

jessnlinda said...

Wonderful Denise thanks for sharing
Linda :0)

saerwin said...

Thanks so much for the video Denise!
My kids and I made some of those glitter ornaments also, and I was wondering how to package them. I will definitely try this. Thanks again!

Sheena said...

Love these boxes..is there any directions for those who don't have DS to use a file? Just wondering :)

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Blog Cutting Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 09 Dec [LA 02:00pm, NY 05:00pm, UK 10:00pm] - 10 Dec [OZ 09:00am]).

Denise Hill said...

Sheena,
Here is the link for diirections without using a cricut. It's where I first saw the box!
http://www.dawnsstampingthoughts.net/2009/11/twist-box-video.html

Meg said...

Wow! Very cool! I love boxes & bags!

GrandmaD said...

How fun. I love your wonderful ideas. I really do plan to make some of these. Thanks for sharing the video you make it look sooo easy.

Sheena said...

Thank You Denise!...I would love to use my Cricut for it but I don't have DS yet :)

Denise Hill said...

Sheena,
The trial version works with plantin schoolbook if you have the expression, so you can use it!!!! The trial version is free at cricut.com

Cheryl said...

Those are terrific. I think Santa may have to make some for little gifts.

Annel said...

thanks I was looking for a cool box for small gifts...I think I will try this one.
Annel

http://annelsblog.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Denise, thank you so much for the e-mail re the scoring. I couldn't get any score marks so I upped it to 1-1/4 on blade and high on pressure. It did work BUT it did do a tiny cut, no matter what the change that is the best I could come up with. Do you have any other changes I could make? Do you get a tiny cut also? Thanks again.

Donna

Anonymous said...

Love your videos!! Thanks for sharing your great ideas. I always look forward to checking your blog.

Cara

Emily S said...

Great video and cute boxes! What cart do you need for the file?

Emily
butterflyem4@gmail.com

Denise Hill said...

I thought I had just used PS, but I think I might have used GB a couple of times! You could easily switch out the shapes though.

Ohhh Snap said...

Great video! That sure did shorten my learning curve! Thank you : )

eva said...

Very nice!

Nancy Ward said...

Hi!

Today I posted an entry on my blog with a link to this video.

I'd apprecaite your letting me know if that's OK.

Thanks,

Nancy Ward
http://paperfriendly.blogspot.com

Rose said...

Fabulous tutorial, thank you so much for sharing. I can't wait to try these out.