Saturday, 5 March 2016

Origami Box

Hello Blog friends, followers and poppers by, great to see you popping in.  I do go visiting your Blogs when I have time, I don`t always comment. 
I am sorry I have been missing again.  My Hubby is not keeping too well just now.  We are attending hospital appointments, clinics and all sorts of things.  Hopefully it will be all finished and done with in the near future.  I will catch up with you all when things get back to some sort of normality .... not that life is, or ever was normal in this house. 
I have been "playing" when I have had time, it helps keep my mind off things.
I have a box to show you.  I make these, fill them with some "Homemade Tablet" as little gifts.  These are the kind of gifts I can do without having to go out and round shops to search when "spare time" is in short supply.  Tablet if a very Scottish type of sweet, similar to Fudge but different!!!!
Here is a box I made recently:-

Box made with Card from "The Works" Card Pads. These Pads are amazing quality and at the fantastic price of just £4 yes!! £4 for 220gsm double sided card.   If you don`t have a store near you pop online and order.  They do charge for postage, I got mine on offer online 2 pads for £7 plus P&P  I would have a 35 mile round trip to the nearest store.  It`s a Win,Win, situation for me to do it online, the postage is less than the petrol I would use.
I have used, ribbon, lace and pearls from my stash.  Left over bits to make flowers and Butterfly.
A brilliant easy to follow Tutorial for the Origami Box can be found at:-
Down the left hand side there is a link to Video Tutorials.  You will have to look for the Origami Box one.  Christina has some amazing Tutorials in there, you will love it.

That`s it from me for today
Thank you for your patience.   With so many "No Shows" I really appreciate your visits
Till next time
Hugs

Patricia  xxx




32 comments:

  1. Hi Patricia what a wonderful box as always but I love my one you made me the best lol. Hope Hubby gets well soon I know what it's like George had a heart attack at christmas so we are running to hospital appointments.
    Debs xxx
    {Debs Cards}

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  2. Hi Patricia, Sad news that John is not in the best of health, I'm sending you my prayers and huge hugs for a speedy recovery.
    Your origami boxes are always stunning and this is truly stunning. I love these papers you have used and your embellies are, as always, stunning.
    Lots of love and huge hugs from Patricia xx

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  3. Huge hugs Patricia and hope John is soon on the mend This box looks amazing I will go take a look at the tutorial now

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  4. Very pretty payricia. Lovely x

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  5. Very pretty patricia. Lovely x

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  6. Hi Patricia,
    oh I am so sorry to hear about your hubby.
    I know what it's like with lots of hospital appointments, and the worry ofit as well.
    As you know my hubby had a few probs earlier this year, and is still having to go back and forth.
    On another sad note I lost my sister on the 25th of Feb.
    Now it's just me and my middle sister.

    Love you super box, and the very wonderful design.
    MMMMMMMMMMM, the tablet sounds wonderful also.
    There I go my sweet tooth is up to it's usual longings. LOL.
    I do so hope it's all good news on your hubbies health front.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  7. Just so pretty Patricia, as usual beautifully embellished.
    I hope John feels better soon, Kate x

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  8. Hello Patricia, Queen of the boxes. Your beautiful boxes are always so beautifully finished and I bet they bring joy to lots of people. Hope things improve for John soon. Love and Hugs Rita xxx

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  9. What a super box Patricia and the contents sound yum too. Wishing your Hubby a speedy recovery to full health xx

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  10. Hello Patricia,
    Oh your boxes are always beautiful, and I'm away to look at the link when I finish this. Your tablet is beautiful a well. Once I started it, I couldn't stop. I kept saying to myself "just one more piece", until there were no pieces left!!! How many calories I wonder - but it was worth it.
    I hope all goes well for John next week.
    Maureen xxx

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  11. Big sis I nearly missed your gorgeous box, they are always so beautiful and no two the same. Xxx

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  12. Beautiful gift box Patricia, lovely floral display.
    Sorry to here about your husband, hope things improve soon.
    Pam x

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  13. Hi Patricia,
    Sorry to hear your hubby is under the weather I wish him a speedy recover.
    Love your box.
    Lydia
    X

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  14. Hi Patricia, a stunning box. You are so good at making these things and the papers are Beautiful.Good old 'the works'. Oh the Tablets, mmmmm. Hope John will get better and the results are good. Sending you both some hugs. thank you for the e-mail. love and hugs Maria xxx

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  15. Hi Christine I do hope your hubby is feeling better soon... What an absolutely gorgeous box it looks so intricate I'm not sure my talents stretch that far. You make such lovely things, you must have a lot of patience. hugs x

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  16. Hi Christine, I'm very sorry to hear about your hubby. I do hope he's soon feeling much better.

    Your box is stunning and very clever. Barbxx

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  17. A gorgeous box Patricia, love the design and pretty papers.
    So sorry to hear Hubby isn't too well. I hope he is on the mend soon.
    Sending hugs
    Lorraine x

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  18. This is totally stunning! I love all the lovely elements you added and think the colors are amazing. I had to enlarge so I could get a better look at it! Hope your husband is doing better soon!

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  19. Oh Patricia, I do hope your hubby is ok?
    I love these origami boxes and just perfect for a gift of tablet, although I've yet to master it. I tend to wreck the kitchen on every occasion I have tried to master the sugary delight.
    The papers you have picked for you box are beautiful too.

    Sending big hugs, Erika. x

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  20. Hello Patricia!
    What a beautiful box! The detail is amazing. You are a clever girl.
    Your tablet too is scrummy! I see a few of us who have tried it are giving it the thumbs up!! Hope John is fit and well again very soon. Xxxx

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  21. Wow Patricia how I missed this lovely work of art I don't know absolutely beautiful. xxx

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  22. Hi Patricia
    Gosh, haven't made one of these for a while and forgot how pretty and useful they are.........well, certainly pretty as you decorate them lol!
    Sorry to hear of John's health issues. Had a few pokings and proddings myself recently so he has my sympathy.
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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  23. Hi Patricia.

    Ur work is always so pretty. Love popping in to see what u have been up to.

    Hope ur hubby gets well soon xx

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  24. Greetings Patricia, gosh I am sorry to hear your husband has not been well, I am sure keeping him in my thoughts. Your delightful box would certainly be a treasure for anyone to receive.

    Hugs Diane

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  25. Hi Patricia
    Your boxes are stunning, as is your tablet. Patricia made some for us and brought it to the retreat. I'm sorry to hear that John hasn't been to well. Hopefully this will be remedied soon. Hugs to you both.

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  26. What a beautiful gift box!! Love it!! Hugs!

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  27. Stunning Patricia... Love it...
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  28. Absolutely stunning Patricia, and thank yo for the link. I have some oriental cardstock that I am not particularly fussed about which would be ideal for these boxes and they will be so easy for the grandchildren to make on our messy day in the Easter holidays.
    Love& hugs
    Cheryl xxxx

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  29. what a stunning creation and this type of box has been on my to do list since ages. Hope your hubby gets well soon

    Dr Sonia

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  30. Beautiful box, as your projects always are. So detailed & precise, with just the right supplies to make it striking. Saw your link at Kate's, and zipped over to say hello. Sure hope your DH is doing better now, and the dr. visits can become a thing of the past. Always upsetting to have that kind of appointment to face. Take care, God Bless and pray that all is well. Hugs

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  31. Hi Patricia,

    Sorry only just noticed this post lol! What am I like? !!! I do hope your hubby is on the mend and that everything is okay?

    Love your box how pretty is that, an amazing creation.

    I will try to keep up a bit more with the posts lol!

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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