Thursday, 3 January 2013

A red and pink Desktop Calendar box

Hi Friends!

This is Snehal here to show you my first inspiration for the first month of the New Year which is an Easel style Desktop Calendar box.

Since the theme for Lulupu Challenge #8 is Love is in the Air, I chose to use the colors of love all the way...which are Red and Pink. As a part of the Lulupu Design team we all received fabulous papers, pollens, chipboard accents, brads, wood Veneers, MDF and lots more in a goodies bag. I have used maximum stuff from that bag on my project.




I am also sharing  a tutorial ( pictoral) for making this desktop calendar with a drawer box. Hope you enjoy this.
 


 Lets make the shell first

 


 The drawer needs to be assembled the next






 
This is how the drawer fits into the box
 
 
The top of the box will have an easel shaped card like this.

   
Finally this is how the project looks after embellishing it


I used the gorgeous papers from XOXO Paper Pad 6"X6" 36/Sheets and to to embellish this box.I also used chipboard accents from K&Company Chipboard Chipbox Abrianna Icon 61/pkg
to beautify it.The dressform has been made prettier by sticking it to patterned paper from the same stash.The edges of the dress form are distressed with Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad from Ranger - Fired Brick
 and so is the card front.
Since it is the beginning of the year, and what better gift than a calendar which shall stay with them on their work desk throughout the year;I thought of making an easel top Desktop calendar box.

 Please do link up your Love themed projects  in Lulupu Challenge#8 for a chance to win  a fabulous Kaisercraft Stamp Set.

Supplies used from Lulupu.com


Thanks for passing by.
Hugs!

6 comments:

  1. This is fabulous Snehal.. and you have explained it so well in the tutorial.. Waiting for more such projects!

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  2. You are such a darling Snehal for posting a pictorial...such an awesome tutorial. I had actually planned to make some like these to gift Kuttu's teachers but thought they would be too time consuming.Your tutorial has made it look so simple and doable!!Are the brads holding the Month papers in place?

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  3. beautiful calendar snehal.colour are chose brilliantly.

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  4. Wow!! this is simply Fabulous Snehal ...i love your desktop calender and card its so beautiful!!! and Thank you so much for sharing the tutorial ...i have really been wanting to try this out and your Tute is going to be very helpful...love the way you have embellished this calender...such pretty accents!!

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  5. wow!! Super like..thanks for the tute!!

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