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Sabor Explosion Box

Hope you have been enjoying our month of projects using SABOR products!!!  I know the team has loved working with the vibrant colors and high quality papers.  Today I have a really fun project, an Explosion Box!
 
 
 
Supplies:
SABOR - Ole Picado
SABOR - OLE Sorpresa
SABOR - OLE Fiesta
SABOR - Ole Cutouts Black Cardstock
Tacky Glue
Dew Drops
Glue Stick
Double Stick Tape
Tacky Glue
Dimensional Adhesive
Silk Leaves
Fabric Flowers for Sabor
Bazzill Flowers - pink orange and lime green
Trims Ribbons
Papers used for this project
SABOR - OLE Sorpresa
SABOR - OLE Fiesta

 
For the three layer box cut papers
12 x 12 inches - score @ 4 inch intervals (Black)
10.5 x 10.5 inches - score @ 3.5 inch intervals (Fiesta)
9 x 9 inches - score @ 3 inch intervals (Sorpresa)
 
 
Cut the corners of each piece of paper as pictured above
 
 
Fold on the score lines

 
With Double Stick Tape adhere the square bottom of the 10.5 x 10.5 to the 12 x 12, then the square bottom 9 x 9 to the 10.5 x 10.5
 
 
You are ready to add all the embellishments SABOR - Ole Cutouts
 

 
Cut a 6 x 6 square for the lid, score in 1 inch on all 4 sides.  Cut tabs as pictured above, use Glue Stick to adhere corners.
 
 
Cut a wrap just shy of 1 inch for the lid from SABOR - Ole Picado, adhere with Glue Stick
 
 
 Adhere SABOR - Ole Cutouts to all the layers of the box using Glue Stick Double Stick Tape and Dimensional Adhesive
 

 
 





 
 
You can embellishments the center of the box if you desire!




 

 
Decorate the box top with Silk Leaves, Fabric Flowers for Sabor, Bazzill Flowers - pink orange and lime green and Dew Drops!

 
Hope I have inspired you to try this fun project!!
 
 

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