Friday, 31 July 2020

Tool Box


Hey everyone! I've been quiet this month as I've taken a bit of a break but today I'm back with my inspiration for A Perfect Time To Craft Challenge. Why not check our challenge out we have some amazing prizes up for grabs every month! Our sponsor this month is CraftsUPrint. They have so many amazing kits to chose from but I ended up choosing this awesome All Tooled Up Pop Up Box kit. It's perfect for the men in your life! I decided to use mine for Father's Day.



I downloaded the kit and printed out all of the sheets on to white card. The only pieces of the kit I didn't use was the black hammer, paint tin and two of the drawers. To start I took my scissors and fussy cut out all of the tools. Putting them to one side I used my scissors to cut out the tool box. Then I used my score board to score along the dotted lines and folded it in to shape. 

For the front of my tool box I wanted the bottom and second drawer to pop out so I stuck them on using sticky pads. Then I used glue dots to stick a pair of pliers in to each of the drawers. To finish the front off  I used glue dots to secure the sticky note on to the top drawer. For the back of my tool box I used double sided tape to stick the cork board on to it.


Next I scored the three dividers and used glue to stick the left tabs of the dividers on to the left side of my tool box. Then I took my guillotine and cut out some acetate strips. Using glue I stuck a strip on to the back of each of the tools. I decided to stick the measuring tape and red screwdriver to the front of my tool box. I stuck the spanner, chisel and hammer on to the first divider.

 Next I stuck the drill, black screwdriver and paint brush on to the second divider. Then I stuck the clip board, saw and axe on to the back divider. Now the tool box is full I put glue on to the right tabs of the dividers and the tool box tab. I then stuck them all together. That's my tool box done. I was super happy with how the kit turned out. I hope you enjoyed it. Thanks for looking!


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16 comments:

  1. My husband has a tool box/station just like this. This is fantastic! Gosh it must have taken you ages to cut out all the bits and pieces! What an awesome job! A gift all in itself! Thanks for sharing this with us at Penny's!
    Linda

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    1. Thank you ! The cutting took a little while but I just love to fussy cut so wasn't too bad lol.

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  2. How gorgeous! Perfect for men!
    Thanks for playing along with us this month.
    Regina DT-Member of Paper Funday Challenge

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  3. This is a great design - what attention to detail inside and out. Any man would be happy to receive this - unless it reminds him of what he hasn't done yet!! :-)
    (Think this may need to be added to my wishlist on Craftsuprint!)
    Thanks for sharing and joining the Anything Goes challenge at TTCRD.
    Good luck with your entry and hope to see you again soon.
    Winnie Sorensen - TTCRD DT (https://ourcreativemind.com/)

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    1. Thank You ! I think this kit is a must have on your wish list it goes down a treat with everyone I've given it to.

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  4. WOW, what a creative and amazing project you've created, Georgia! I'm so glad that you've joined our latest challenge on the Lemon Shortbread Challenge Blog. Good luck with your entry, and I hope to see you again.
    Hugs, Lori (DT Lemon Shortbread.

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  5. What an amazing card that required a bunch of fussy-cutting! A belated thank you for joining us at Penny’s Paper-Crafty Challenge. DT Kathy [myasperations.blogspot.com]

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  6. What a fab box card. I bet your dad loved it x

    hugs sally x
    sallysbitz2.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. WOW, this is such an amazing project. I am in awe! Thank you so much for joining the Polkadoodles Challenge this week :)

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