“Watch Us Wednesday” Exclusive Pillow Box Video Tutorial for Facebook Fans

Holiday Pillow Box Treat Holder with Spellbinders Snowflake Window by Andrea Walford

We’re excited to release the second edition of a brand new feature we’ve launched EXCLUSIVELYfor our Paper Crafter’s Library Facebook Fans called “Watch Us Wednesday”!   Today’s “Watch Us Wednesday” project is this fun Holiday Pillow Box Treat Holder which features a snowflake window pictured at the top of this post.  You can access the video tutorial and handout from our Facebook Page.

On the second and fourth Wednesday of every month we’ll be posting a new project with a link to a private web page featuring a video tutorial and pdf handout for that project.  This project is available for a LIMITED TIME ONLY.  When the next “Watch Us Wednesday” project is released this one will be moved into the Paper Crafter’s Library for members only.  If you haven’t already, be sure to visit the Paper Crafter’s Library Facebook Page and “Like” us – you’ll also receive the gorgeous Beautiful Wings Video & tutorial as a thank you for joining our Facebook Community!


Stamps: Holiday Button Bits (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: Jet Black Archival (Ranger)
Paper:  12 Days of Christmas Collection (My Mind’s Eye), acetate transparencies (office supply store), Very Vanilla CS (Stampin’ Up!)
Accessories:  bone folder, Big Shot, Jewelry Tag Punch, paper piercing tool, foam mat, silver cord retired , basic rhinestones (Stampin’ Up!); Pillow Box die (Sizzix); Pure Poppy Twill Tape (Papertrey Ink); medium glue dots, sticky dots (Thermoweb); Glossy Accents (Ranger), Trinket Pins (Maya Road); Create-a-Snowflake Three die, Grand Calibur (Spellbinders); ⅛” Scor-Tape (Scor-Tape); Bow easy, wire cutter (other); crystal coarse glitter (Martha Stewart)

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