4 Drawer Floral Box Card

Hi Everyone! I decided to make a 4 Drawer Box Card as a Mothers Day Trinket holder gift.

Here is the walk through tutorial:

I grabbed 2 pieces 12″ x 12″ Pink Cardstock for the Box and the lid.

I cut one of the Pink Card Stock Paper at 12″ Length x 6 1/4″ Height. Fold at at 3″, 6″ and 9″.

When the folded paper is standing should looks like this:

I cut four squares of white card stock at 5 7/8″ L x 5 7/8″ Height. These will be the drawers.

I folded the left side of the white card stock paper at 1 1/2″.

I folded the right Side of the white card stock paper at 1 1/2″

I folded the bottom side of the white card stock paper at 1 1/2″

I folded the top side of the white card stock paper at 1 1/2″

For each corner, I cut one side to the first fold line. See the pictures below

I folded the top left corner down and glued the backside of it with a fine glue tip pen and attached it to the rectangle near it.

I folded the right corner and glued the backside of it and it to the rectangle near it.

I did the same thing to the other 2 corners until it formed a box.

I repeated the process with the other 3 white card stock papers to make 4 boxes altogether.

I taped one side of a box with double sided tape and attached it to the left hand side of the pink card stock paper.

This is what it should look like if you stand it up…

I attached another drawer to the bottom right side of the pink card stock paper.

This is what it looks like when the card is stood upright:

The Lid

I cut two pink card stock papers at 3 1/2″ Height 7 1/8 Width each

I folded one of the pink card stock papers 1 1/2″ Length and 1″ Height

I folded the right side over to the left up to where the “tab” begins

I made a triangle fold from the center top to the edge on both sides

I Repeated this process with the other pink card stock paper. I laid flat the 2 pink card stock papers with the tabs pointing left. I glued the right paper tab to the left pink card stock paper.

I propped up the pink card stock paper and glued the other tab to form a square.

I pinched one corner and glued it together:

I pinched another corner and glued it together

I pinched the 3rd corner and glued it together and finally the 4th corner and glued it together.

This is what the lid looks like when all four corners are glued

This is the inside of the lid

Here is the lid on top of the box:

These is the paper I used to decorate the outside of the box. (Please don’t follow the measurements on the top part of the picture).

I love this rose pattern textured paper from DCWV The Primrose Stack (Product Link at the end of this post)

This is the front cover of the paper stack. I had this stack for a few years now and I used some of the papers to cover composition book journals. I finally found a use for the very pretty rose paper!

I used double sided tape to attach the paper to the outside of the box.

I think the glittered border the paper came with works well for the box!

I used different scraps of fabrics to decorate the drawer sides and the inside of them.

Roses are my favorite flower! So pretty 🙂

Here is the top viewpoint of the cool spiral pattern the drawers make.

I had a hard time deciding on wall paper for the inside of the card. That’s why I have paper scattered everywhere!

I decorated with journal card squares and framed them with die cuts. I used small stamps to decorate the front of the drawers. I stamped the images on white card stock paper and used an oval die cut that had stitching imprints on it. I stamped the inspirational words on clear label sheets that I had in my scrap box, and I fussy cut them and stuck them on the side of each of the images. I also used butterfly and flower sequins. I REALLY wished I had Lace and Strings of Pearls at this point! But I made do with what I had 🙂

In the end, I used die cut frames for the Journal Cards, a piece of burlap as a layer behind the pear picture, and 2 pearl embellishments.

For the outside, I made small roses and glued them to the top of the box. I used Impression Obsession small flowers and large flowers die cuts to make them. (Product link to the Small Flowers down below – I couldn’t find the large flowers?) – I used a punch out for the border and rhinestone embellishments for the corners.

I entered this box in these challenges
Avenue 613 – Challenge# 197 Create a Container
We Love 2 Create – Anything Goes Mixed Media
Always Fun Challenges – For a Female or Mom
Heart 2 Heart Challenges – Coming Up Roses
Make My Monday – Challenge# 45 May Flowers
Crafty Calendar – May Challenge Flowers
Crafting with Dragonflies – Lots of Flowers/Mother’s Day
Simon Says Stamp – Hint of Pink
Scrapbook Stamp Society – Anything Goes Option Mothers Day
Path of Positivity Challenge #49 – Optional theme Present not Perfect
These are the products I used to make this 4 Drawer Box Card

DCWV The PRIMROSE STACK 48 Sheets of 12 x 12 Printed Cardstock Scrapbook Acid Free
A delicate color palette and beautiful prints make this the ultimate cardstock for documenting the memorable events in your life. Preserve cherished photos, design stunning layouts, and create handmade cards with this unique paper pad. Twelve of the 24 prints include glitter accents. 12″ x 12″ (30.5cm x 30.5cm) 48 sheets (24 with glitter) Acid free

Impression Obsession Small Spiral Flowers Craft Die
This is a US-made steel die compatible with most table-top die cutting machines.
The smallest flower die measures 3/4″ x 3/4″ and the largest die measures 1″ x 1-1/4″.

Comments 13

  • Gorgeous box!Thanks for joining us at ScrapbookStampSociety Challenge.Good luck and hope to see you again.Gr.Kaija Dt-member

  • Beautiful! Thanks for the step by step tutorial! Glad you joined us at Make My Monday.

  • This is very clever and beautiful! Thank you for joining us at Scrapbook Stamp Society. We would love to see you again!
    ~ Bonnie DT

  • What a beautiful designs. So detailed!! How long did it take you to make this? Thanx for joining us at Always Fun Challenges. Hope to see you again soon.
    Misty DT

    • Hi Misty, it took 2 days. I knew I wanted to make the box and I knew which paper I would use on the outside of it. I didn’t plan the embellishments and wall paper inside the card. I played with so many scraps and fabrics trying to coordinate them as best as I could. The journal square cards were a time saver at that point because I didn’t want to cut svgs or color stamps to fit those empty spaces. If I would have been more prepared with the inside design, I think it would have saved more time. Also, it would have helped to decorate the paper BEFORE it was glued and taped into a box. LOL 🙂

  • this is cute, thanks for sharing the instructions…super fun card! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

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    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

  • Wow. What a gorgeous project. Thanks for the tutorial. Thank you for linking up to the Present Not Perfect challenge at Path of Positivity.

  • Oh my word this is amazing! Your tutorial is fabulous. I am definitely going to try this.
    Glad you stopped by at 613 Avenue Create.
    Hugs Sheryl DT member xx

  • A great design. I must admit to trying this style and failed miserably. I love the papers you’ve used and the beautiful flowers. Thank you for sharing it with us at Crafting with Dragonflies Wynn DT

  • Congratulations you are one of this week’s Top Rockers at 613 Avenue Create – don’t forget to pick up your badge from the Top Rocker page.

  • This really is amazing and I love the tutorial that you have given – you’ve made it look so easy and I am sure I could follow it (which is no mean feat I can assure you!!) The roses are simply gorgeous as well. Thanks for joining us over at Crafty Calendar (Flowers) Challenge this month. Lots of luck to you. Hugs Sue Pxxx DT

  • Mimi what a gorgeous make fantastic box.
    Thanks for join us at ScrapbookStampSociety Challenge.
    Good Luck and hope to see you again

    Greetings Karin DT Coördinator

  • Holy paper and scissors!! How many days did this project take you?! It is gorgeous. Just the box of drawers itself would be a challenge, let alone your tower topper! Beautiful project, PaperCraftGirl! Thank you for sharing this AND the tutorial with us at the Path of Positivity challenge blog.

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