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Wild Orchid Crafts Youtube Design Team ~ Project # 1

First of all thank you so much for popping over to visit my blog and also welcome to my very first Design Team Project for Wild Orchid Crafts 🙂

My first project is a Copic / Promarker Storage Unit.

Here is the link to the Youtube Video showcasing my project

To make this lovely wee project you will need the following :-

Wild Orchid Crafts Products :-

  • Clear Crystal Drops CR-00010
  • Wild Roses 25mm PM-00019
  • 5mm Self Adhesive Pearls SP-00007
  • Trellis Roses 40mm Cream FM-00519
  • Sweetheart Blossom Flowers 1.5cm FS-00247
  • Mixed Colour Mulberry Rose Leaves 50mm
Box Dimensions
  • Heavyweight Chipboard cut to the following specifications
  • 2 x Sides 6 3/4″ x 4 1/2″
  • 1 x Top and 1 x Bottom 4 1/2″ x 3 1/2″
  • 1 x Back 6 1/2″ x 3 1/2″
  • 1 x Shelf 4 1/4″ x 3 3/8″
  • 2″ wide Cardstock Hinges to support the joins
I also used the following products to complete the project :-
  • My Minds Eye La Paperie Patterned Paper (thank you Helen x)
  • Bazzill Kraft Cardstock
  • Scrap / Offcuts of Cardstock (any colour) for the hinges and joins
  • White Acrylic Paint
  • Prima Patterned Paper from the Madeline Collection (Music Notes)
  • Scot Tape
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Ranger Cloudy Blue Acrylic Paint Dabber

9 thoughts on “Wild Orchid Crafts Youtube Design Team ~ Project # 1”

  1. Love the project, it beautiful. I see that you have both Prismacolor and copic markers, which do you like the most???? could you please answer me on utube manjar50

  2. Sarah,
    This is so lovely — I might even consider covering up my ugly Sizzix towers now that I’ve seen how pretty your storage is … Congrats on working with the Wild Orchid team —

    1. Thanks so much for the lovely comments Lorraine… I have been after something like this for ages, so it made sense to make my own as I had loads of chipboard 🙂

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