Ornate Garden Gold Foil Pizza Box

Today I have a beautiful Gold Mini Pizza Box using the Ornate Garden Suite. This box was put together very easily and the gold is so stunning with the Ornate Garden Specialty Designer Series Paper.

This is a very quick and beautiful project. A great way to use this would be to give to your child's teacher at the end of the year. You could put a gift card in it and maybe have your child draw pictures and put that all in the box, I'm sure any teacher would love that!

Here is a close-up angle...
Card Recipe:
(Don't forget to see the complete product showcase at the bottom of this post)
Cut Your Paper:
Terracotta Tila Cardstock: 3 3/8" x 3 3/8"
Ornate Garden Specialty DSP: 3 1/4" x 3 1/4"
Stamp:
1. Put a piece of Whisper White cardstock on your Stamparatus and secure in place with the magnet.
2. Position the stamps from the Ornate Thanks Photopolymer Stamp Set where you would like them on top of your Whisper White cardstock and then flip the Stamparatus Plate on top of the stamps to secure them in place.
3. Ink up the stamps using Mint Macaron Stampin' Ink and stamp.
4. Cut our your sentiment using the Stitched Nested Labels Dies, the one that measures 2 13/16" from point to point width-wise.
Assemble:
1. Fold your Gold Mini Pizza Box to assemble. If you are unsure how to do this, there are folding instructions included in the package.
2. Center your Ornate Garden Specialty DSP on your Terracotta Tile piece and adhere with Tear & Tape. Now adhere this to your Gold Mini Pizza Box lid, also using Tear & Tape. Note: If you have a hard time removing the Tear & Tape backing, use the Take Your Pick tool to help you remove it.
3. Add some Gilded Gems to your sentiment piece as shown in the photo and then pop the whole thing on the Pizza Box lid using Stampin' Dimensionals and you're done!

Printable Instructions! I have included the PDF tutorial instructions so that you can print them and take them with you if you would like to. Here's the handy dandy printable (click here).
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I hope you have enjoyed this card and this fun tutorial!  I will have much more later this week so be sure to tune in frequently to see more inspiration. If you haven't already, follow my blog by e-mail so you don't miss a single post.

Happy Stamping!
Jen

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