Saturday, 23 November 2013

Birthday Explosion Box :)

Hi friends!
Today I am going to share an explosion box. Well, I've tried it for the first time and I am so happy and excited to share it with you all. I made this for a very dear friend of mine on her birthday.
Here are some pics :)


It was a bit difficult to work with not so sturdy paper. Actually I used a black chart paper as the base and as it was not stiff enough, so, I have to add one more layer of black chart paper over the base. As you know I dont have any special tools, so it took a bit more time and effort. I made the pattern paper myself ;) You can see that in the above picture.
Here are some more views of the box :)

Lid of explosion box

opened box


My favorite part is the cake! :) I was not sure how to make it and did not find a tutorial. So just tried it in my own way and it was so easy to make :)


I also made a pocket in the left flap where I inserted  the birthday message.. You can see in the image below.. :)


Hope you all like it !! :)
Thanks for stopping by! And do leave your comments, I would love to hear from you! :) :)


Linking to DCAM Challenges[3d interactive cards], Created With Love Challenges[Anything goes], Fab n Funky Challenges[Anything goes], Cute Card Thursday[Anything but a card], 4 Crafty chicks[Anything goes], Delightful Challenges[Anything but a card], Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenges[Anything goes], Sugar Creek Hollow[Tags or Boxes], Seize the Birthday[Birthday], Inkspirational Challenges[Anything goes]

53 comments:

  1. The black and pink color combination looks awesome .Ayushi ask for ivory sheets at stationary shops..its even more sturdier than normal card stock and a huge sheet will cost you less than 15 rupees.

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    1. Thank you so much Dr. Sonia! Next time I'll use ivory sheets! :)

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  2. SUPERB Ayushi!!!! :) I love this box and ofcourse the cake and I'm sure your friend willl love this too. What makes it more appealing is the fact that you made your own PP and you made it without using any fancy craft supplies...:)

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    1. Thanks for your sweet words, Jasleen! :)
      And yes, my friend loved it! :)

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  3. Your handmade PP looks lovely and the cake too! Appreciate your efforts and simplicity.

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    1. Thank you so much Rupa for dropping in!! :)

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  4. I too loved the color combo Ayushi ! Not having tools makes us find alternative for them and the result are interesting as your handmade pp :D ! The cake looks wonderful too !

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    1. Hey thanks Pooja!! I am glad you like it! :)

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  5. Gorgeous Project!! Love the cake,handmade pp, flowers and all the details :)

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  6. What a fun gift. Love it. I am determined to make one. Thanks for joining our Anything Goes Challenge at Created With Love Challenges

    ~~Chris

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  7. What a super project. Love the colors and the creativity of this. Thanks for joining in the fun at Created with love challenges.
    Linda K. DT.

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  8. This is such a fun project - well done, Ayushi. I love the colour combo and the little cake is adorable. Thank you for playing along at Fab'n Funky challenges.
    Alison x GDT

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  9. Great colors and this box is amazing, I love the top with the quilling flowers...thanks for entering our challenge at 4 Crafty Chicks, really is awesome!

    Leanne DT@4 Crafty Chicks

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  10. Thanks for sharing your neat project at Sugar Creek Hollow challenge this time! I admire you for trying a new technique, especially one as challenging as this. I love the cake inside, too.

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  11. Incredible creation! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful inspiration with us at 4 Crafty Chicks.

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  12. Congratulations on making your first exploding box, it looks so detailed. Thank you for joining our challenge at SCH this time.
    Yvonne

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  13. Cute!! I am actually trying one for the first time. Thanks for joining our Anything But a Card Challenge Delightful Challenges.

    ~~Chris
    DC-DT

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  14. Incredible that is for sure!! So impressed with all the work you put into this!! Thanks for sharing it with us at Seize the Birthday!

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  15. This is a very sweet project Ayushi! I hope your friend would've loved it so much. You are good at drawing! Look how beautiful your flowers are! And the quilling is superb!

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  16. Oh wow, this is an awesome little project and I love the chic pink and black.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  17. Amazing Card....Beautifully done...Thanks for playing along at DCAM #4 challenge 3D interactive cards.

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  18. Pretty color combination. and nice handmade pattern paper
    Thank you so much for playing with us at DCAM Challenge # 4
    All the best

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  19. Very pretty! Love the colour combo! Thanks for playing with us at DCAM Challenge # 4 Good luck!

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  20. Wow! This is so impressive! Great job. Thanks for sharing with us at Inkspirational!

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  21. This is a fabulous project, so many brilliant details.
    Pauline
    x

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  22. Great project with many details, you've been working hard! :) Thanks for joining our Anything Goes Challenge at Inkspirational!

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  23. The cake looks so yummy Ayushi. The PP that you created is pretty too. :)

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  24. Wow! this is so beautiful.

    Donna x

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  25. WoW !! love the cute cake sooo much Ayushi .. love the way u made pp and great color combo :) Thanks for dropping in my blog :)

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  26. Bright and colourful!!! lovely card!!! :)

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