Look at these gorgeously, cute owl boxes I made!! I'm in love with them!! There are many different versions on Pinterest and this is what I have come up with.
Would you like to know how to make them?
You will need the Curvy Keepsake Die from Stampin Up but for everything else you can improvise!
So the die itself looks like this - you need to cut 2 pieces out for your basic box.
The other components that you will need
Decide which side of the box you would like to be the front (loopy handles side is your front) and then stick the patterned paper onto the box with the straight edge right up to the bottom edge of the box.
Now we come to the wings - you need to fold over a small bit at the top of each wing.
For the eyes stick the black circle onto the coloured (iris part) circle and with a white gel pen mark on the black circle. You then stick this onto the white eyeball part of the eye - see pic below. (sorry light was not great when I took pics!)
Take the wings and with your bone folder curl each wing outwards.
Position the wings and put your glue on the bit that you have folded over and underneath this little folded tab. Stick a wing each side, taking care not to put them too high up as otherwise they will interfere with the opening and closing of the box. you will need to hold each wing in place for a few minutes until the glue sets.
Now all that is left to do is add the feet. Position them so that they are equally spaced and then apply glue to 2 of the petals and then stick underneath so that only the 3 unglued petals are showing.
This is the Petite Petals punch from Stampin Up that I used.