Alphabet Blocks Gift Box

Hi everyone, it's Joanna again as guest designer from ilove2cutpaper sharing with you my project this week.

This is the cutest of projects which you can use with your (Pazzles Inspiration) cutting machine or hand cut with scissors, it's that easy!

This would make the cutest baby christening gift box, don't you think?

If you pop over to my BLOG you will find the link to purchase these adorable Alphabet blocks.

I must say I have had the most wonderful trip down memory lane cutting these files, remembering all the sweet baby moments I had when my 3 children were born!

Incidentally, as you have the cut line for the box included in the Alphabet Block - Print and Cut set you could print out some of the digital papers also available in the collection.  I would lay the digital printed sheet on your cutting mat and just use the cut file (svg).....so many options.

For these Alphabet Blocks, I decided not to print and cut, although the file does include the cut file for you to use with your electronic cutting machine.  The boxes are so easy to cut with scissors so, on this occasion that's what I did.

Once downloaded onto my computer I selected the .png format and right clicked to print from my desktop,  (not even opening my Pazzles software).

When my printer settings were open (as above) I DE-SELECTED Fit picture to frame using Paper size A4. On the right hand side I selected the size of the print I wanted which meant I could change the size of the printed boxes.  I selected Full page photo for my gift box.

Here is my A4 printed page which has just come off the printer.

Once my box was printed out I cut around using scissors!

Then scored using my bone folder (very easy), then assembled my boxes.

Be sure to check out these ADORABLE Alphabet Block sets on my blog and get crafting!

Please take a peep at my blog for more projects using my Pazzles Studio Pro Software 
with my Pazzles Inspiration cutting machine
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Joanna xx

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