Sunday, October 2, 2011

Lattice Box and Top Gift Card

 The lattice top and box card may look time consuming but it isn't.  The hardest part is deciding which paper you want to use!  I made this card for a special someone and inside the gift box, a special unexpected gift. The pattern for the card will be available in a few days at .  A very versatile card as you can fill the box up with flowers,candy or gift boxes. 
      Above is the basic card excluding the pearls and rhinestones, that is in your pattern.  I cut 2 of the lattice tops in different paper as I like the effect.  I used 85 wgt paper and my Bosskut Gazelle:  cut at force 1, speed 2, K/O 12. 1 pass! I have a new sticky clean mat, so force 1 is perfect. I generally cut everything on a speed of 2 except  circles and squares.  After you have cut the pieces, chalk around the kiss cut lines and then glue/tape the  box and top pieces to your card base.  Then apply the lattice pieces to your window if you want the inside frame lattice.  
I then cut a basic candy box pattern and envelope. Envelope is perfect to write a personal message inside. I added a small bow and a few pearls and my card is completed! 

Judy Tesla Stark
Bosskut Design Team Leader



  1. This is just beautiful, yes it looked pretty complicated but I'm going to make one yet.

    Hugs, Lori

  2. this is really pretty, WOW lucky special someone ;)
    hi Judy, I am Cindy from over at The Outlawz, I just joined and started my blog last week, I saw you in the list for followers so here I am following and looking around everyone's blogs, I feel like a creeper, lol
    Anyway you have a lovely blog, a lot of very nice creations here, ty for sharing your creations with us.
    Cindy Potentier aka Cropingqueen

  3. Hi!
    I am a new follower and found your blog through The Outlawz Follow Me Forum.
    You have a lovely blog! Gonna enjoy looking back and to follow forward :)


  4. Thank you Lori,Cindy and Maria. I am getting ready to blog hop and follow your blogs. Appreciate you leaving comments! Judy