Impossible Box – Anniversary Mini Centerpiece/Table Decor

Hello my crafty friends!  Today I am creatng some table decor for a friends Anniversary.  I am using the Impossible Box Monster die set. I created the impossible box and then add some faux greenery, two upside down icicles, the number 25 diecut using the Alpha Numeric, Heather Lower dies from a silver holographic cardstock, and a piece of lace ribbon.

A – The cardstock is double sided with the sentiment “I love you always” on one side and a lace design on the reverse side. Die cut 2  box sides
B – Fold each box side on the score lines as shown
C- Glue the box sides together and glue the bottom of the box in place.  Glue the box lid tabs togther
D – Tie a piece of lace into a bow around the perimiter of the box 
E – Add the diecut 25 to the top front of the box and fill it with faux greenery,  I added two plastic icicles in the center of each box to create this fun little 25th Anniversary centerpiece
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Thanks you so much for stopping by today for my i-crafter blog post.  I hope you enjoyed learning how to create this adorable Mini Centerpice/Table Decor using the Impossible Box – Monster dies. I love hearing from you so leave me a message tell me what your favorite September i-crafter die is!   Let me know if you have any question!

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2 thoughts on “Impossible Box – Anniversary Mini Centerpiece/Table Decor

  1. I-crafter says:

    We never thought to use the Impossible Box as a centerpiece but you’ve shown us how perfect it can be. Love how you always think outside the {impossible} box!

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