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Folding Box Tutorial - Quilled Box

Box Tutorial
Folding Box
I first saw the folding box in a curio shop and was enchanted.Instead of buying it I thought I would try to make it!! I searched online for instructions but couldnt get anything so experimented and found it was actually not too hard to make your own folding box!
Fold it up ,put on the lid and this is how your folding box will look.
Folding Box
Tried the beehive technique of quilling [Thank You Pritesh] on the lid of my folding box.
Folding Box
Closeup of the  quilling on the lid of the folding box.

Folding Box
I added quilled "buttons" along the sides of my folding box.
Folding Box
Materials required to make the folding box
Boxes- 2- 5.Make or Recycle. [If making boxes,square ones are easier]. Here I recycled 4 sweets boxes.
Glue- white glue or a glue gun 
Scale
Scoring tool-Use a blunt knife/pen tip or a proper scoring tool[my Favorite is my Scorpal]
Craft Knife/Scissors
Cardboard-to make the spine of the folding box-the cardboard should be sturdy but not too thick and you should be able to fold it with ease to allow easy opening and closing of your folding box.
Folding Box
Cardboard spine to make the cover of the folding box 
Width of the cardboard spine will be as long as sides of your box [Side A + Side B + Side A + Side B ] + a few centimeters extra to allow for easy folding + closing flap of the box
Height of the cardboard spine will be a few centimeters more than the height of each individual box as shown in the diagram.
Folding Box
Score the cardboard spine 4 times as shown  to get  the 4 panels and flap of your folding box.Gently fold the scored cardboard into the shape of your folding box.
Folding Box
Line the cardboard spine with pretty paper. Do not glue the paper tightly so that there is enough leeway to open and close the folding box. 
Glue the boxes starting from below .I used white glue to glue side A [short side] to the first panel of the folding box.
Folding Box
Glue side B[long side] of 2nd box a few millimeters above the first one on the second panel.
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Allow enough time for the glue to dry or use a glue gun to stick side A of the 3rd box to the 3rd panel of the folding box.
Folding Box 
Finally  stick side B of the 4th box on the last panel of your folding box.
Make the lid of your folding box
Folding Box
I scored thick card stock 1.5 inches [this will be the the height of your lid] from one edge. Turn the card 90 degrees and score by the same 1.5 inch again.[The 2 red dotted lines]. 
Your next score line will be a millimeter wider than one side of your folding box.
Folding Box
You can measure it out or  place the folding box on your card stock from one of your scored lines and score again as shown above. Turn the card and box 90 degree and score  again .[This is the cheaters way out to avoid measuring with a scale!].The diagram shows the score lines for your folding box lid.
Folding Box Lid
Measure 1.5 inches[or whatever you decided the lid height to be] from the last 2 scored lines and score or mark.
The area shaded in pink is the excess card stock which you cut off to get your folding box lid.
Folding Box Lid
Make cuts as shown on the scored card stock for the box lid.
Folding Box lid
Fold in the flaps as shown and glue to make your folding box lid.
I lined the lid with the same matching paper as the folding box.
Make a Closing Mechanism- On the closing flap,you can insert an eyelet and ribbon or use a metallic brad and a concealed magnet like I did here  
Folding Box
Added some quilling , plastic flowers ,pearls and a stocking butterfly  to embellish my folding box.
Folding Box
The folding box is quite easy to make and has such a "WOW" factor when you gift it to someone and they open the lid and the boxes swing out!
I hope this tutorial will be useful to you. Do leave me your comments.
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Edited : This Folding Box tutorial was featured at PapercraftCentral
Here are links to more Box making tutorials


150 comments:

  1. Hi Sonia,
    This is such a cool project, perfect!adorable..you have shared nicely with full detail, well done !

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  2. Thank You Khadhija glad you liked it

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  3. O O O O O!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sonia, I am off my chair! This is the next thing I am making and oh God! This is so simply BEAUTIFUL! Do put it up on Pollycrafts Challenge. This is a stunner and a SURE winner!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love U Sonia, you're SO creative! :)

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  4. hi

    I had made this box fro card stoke
    But i didnt tried it woth cardboard yet :)

    i am thinking from a long time to try it with cardboard :)

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  5. Real wow factor............Superbbbbbbbbb!!!!

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  6. awesome Sonia.. I saw this box once and wanted to try it.. this inspires me for sure!

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  7. You can use by dust proof quilling box tutorial for covering the quilling on top of your lovely folding box Sonia! Hehehehee

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  8. Absolutely stunning box Sonia and beautifully decorated. Thanks for the tutorial. Carolxx

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  9. From Sonia To Sonia
    I really like all your projects. This one is Totally Gorgeous, great job!
    I hope one day I make a creation like that. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.
    Good Luck!
    Greetings from Puerto Rico
    -Sony

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  10. wow...verry pretty and brilliant

    Hugs,
    Susan

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  11. awesome no words..love the quil work beautiful..

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  12. this is awesome, Dr. Sonia... I loved it!! I hope i can try this sometime!!

    hugs,
    Smita

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  13. wow... i end up buying these boxes... dont know if I have the patience for it but really wish I did... I love the tutorial and the paper you have used... the quilling is awesome toooo!!!

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  14. Great job! lot of work on your project, thanks for sharing your (tip Tutorial) Thanks for joining in with us at Top Tip Tuesday Challenge this time, Hope you can come play again soon, hugs Samantha :0)

    Don't forget the challenges are Now fortnightly and you can enter 3 times each Challenge too! :0)

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  15. Dr.Sonia,
    Kudos to you!
    Very very very nice...I will also make one like this.

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  16. Your tutorials are always so thorough and well done. I gasped when I saw this post and didn't breathe for a full 30 seconds I think. This is stunning. Love your quilling. It looks especially pretty with the pearl bling you added. This box is a gift all by itself, never mind adding something to it. So well done and completely stunning! You are starting off 2012 with a bang!

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  17. WOW!!!!!!!!WOW!!!!!!!!

    SUPERB AND GORGEOUS !!

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  18. You are so kind to sahre your experience with us! thank you so much for this! The project and its result is brilliant! Congratulations!

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  19. Fantastic box!!! thank you for shearing :) I wish I have enough space to put something like this :)

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  20. the first thing that comes to mind when i see this box is wow!!!! it looks beautiful and the way you have embellished it is simply superb!!!thank you for the detailed tutorial...will have to give this a try sometime:)

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  21. Gorgeous!! Fabulous and that quilling is simply stunning!

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  22. Wowww...Fabulous upcycling doc...n the box looks awsome....u rokzzzz...

    Prasanthi
    http://creativecrafts-arts.blogspot.com/

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  23. its amazing...will do it in holidays!!!

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  24. All I can think to say is WOW! That is the coolest box idea ever. Thanks for sharing! Happy New Year Sonia!

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  25. I've seen this box around blogland. I like yours. It looks very sturdy. Love those quilling.

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  26. hi Sonia u have done a wonderful job to make and use ur ideas for a folding box beautifully decorated wih quilled designe

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  27. oh wowee .. this is just amazing.. i love the design and the gorgeous quilling... i must must must have a go at one of these!
    Lisa x

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  28. Such a beautiful creation, Sonia. I love your gorgeous quilling work! Thank you for such a detailed tutorial, too:)

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  29. wow, awesome job. love the quilling, something I admire but have not attempted yet.

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  30. FANTASIC Boz Dr Sonia.. Great tutorial and lovely quilling..Loz

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  31. Вот это коробочка! Красивые цветы - квиллинг и декор.

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  32. waoh! awesome creation i have no words just spell bound.....ur creation is super n the quilling is just gr8....thanx for the wonderful tutorial!!
    good day

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  33. its amazing doc !!i too wanted to make it but somehow could'nt gather enough patience to make it. the flowers are very attractive !!

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  34. wow! yOU REALLY MAKE THINGS LOOK SIMPLE AND BEAUTIFUL!

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  35. Wow so cool. love this.Thanks for the tutorial.


    Sudha
    sudha-kalra.blogspot.com
    http://sudha-kalra.blogspot.com/p/shop.html

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  36. Thank You so much dear friends for all the love and encouragement. I think I spent more time in writing this tutorial than in making the box but all the sweet comments make it all worth the effort I put in!

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  37. Really beautiful...Love the box and thanks for the tutorial

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  38. Gorgeous box and such beautiful flowers! Such an impressive gift box! Thanks for sharing your tutorial!
    Glenda

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  39. Dr. Sonia, I love your box. The tutorial is fantastic and all the beautiful paper and quilling really makes it special. NancyD

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  40. Beautiful, thanks for sharing!
    Nati from Brazil
    http://natiquill.blogspot.com

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  41. stunning box Sonia - I have seen something similar before but like you didn't know how it came together so thanks for the tutorial. I think you have taken it to another level though with the lovely quilling decoration

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  42. I am just blown away by all the information that is available on this post. What a truly beautiful box that is so clear to make now, thanks to you! :D)

    Thank you so much for playing along with us at Top Tip Tuesday!
    Also, if you have a TIP you’d like to share you'll be eligible for the TOP TIPPER PRIZE as well. Check out the details when linking.
    Lisa xx
    Come by and visit us next week. We'd love to see you again!

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  43. I didn't mean to include the Tip message before. That part was on auto pilot and I forgot to omit it.
    Thank you for the wonderful tutorial tip Sonia. :D

    hugs,
    Lisa xx

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  44. My oh my...that is stunning. Your quilling skills are OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!
    :O)
    Jessica

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  45. Sonia
    This truly is spectacular.
    They have not invented the word that fits this amazing project.
    I am in awe.
    Myrna

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  46. This is absolutely stunning... Love Love Love it...!!

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  47. Beautiful...
    Thanks so much for Tutorial....
    Nidhi... :)

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  48. this is sooo gorgeous, love the print and colors, the quilling looks awesome !!!
    Paula

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  49. Oh my gosh,this is so wonderful n lovely and the decor for the box was amazing n beautiful

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  50. This is amazing Sonia! How cool that you worked out how to do it yourself! Thanks for the fabulous tutorial!

    Thanks for playing along with our Anything But a Card challenge at Pollycraft!

    Arabella

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  51. I left a comment earlier, but I don't see it now. So sorry if this is a repeat...
    My oh My, what a lovely creation. Your quilling is OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!
    Now, about the Blog Hop...if you have any questions, just ask!!! Don't be nervous...just have fun! You can't go wrong here!
    :O)
    Jessica

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  52. A fabulous project. Love all the quilling, it is so delicate. Your instructions are great and will be followed by many. Thanks for joining Top Tip Tuesday. Elaine

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  53. WOW! Anothe awesome creation from the mind of Dr. Sonia! I love it. Thanks ever-so-much for the awesome tutorial.

    Be blessed, Beckie

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  54. This is a super idea box!Thanks for the tutorial!

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  55. I am totally blown away! Wow! It is beautiful
    teddie

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  56. Wow, wow and wow!! I can't believe that you saw this box and thought I can make it and you did! ! Amazing work!! The decorations are stunning!!!

    Great great project!! Thanks for the tutorial.

    Laurie
    serenityscrappers

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  57. OMG It's adorable Sonia! So much creativity and work involved. I have never tried Quilling...

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  58. Bee-utiful box. I especially like the quilled buttons. I have one of these boxes that a friend made for me with quilted fabric on it.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    http://CreatedbySunshineHoneyBee.blogspot.com

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  59. Amazing. Fabulous work:)

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  60. Hallo Sonia, this is an incredible folding box and the tutorial is brilliant. Thanks for sharing with us at Squiggles and Giggles, but I don't see a link for the Squiggles and Giggles Blogspot on your post. The blogs http is -
    http://squigglestamps.blogspot.com
    Must just say that your quilling is perfect, I'm afraid this is something I still cannot get right. Hugs Heidi x

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  61. This is so very pretty, I love all the tiny details.
    Hugs Trish

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  62. I saw a tutorial for one of these a long time ago and never did get around to making one. Yours is beautiful. I'll bookmark this and I'll have to give it a try when i get my crafty mood back :)

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  63. Oohh..this is in my to-do list too:),you have done it beautifully:)

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  64. This is the most amazing of all of your projects yet, Sonia! Just beautifully honey! Thx for linking up to the Pollycrafts Monday challenge!

    Mary J x

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  65. This looks so cool! I am sure going to try and make one!!

    TFS!
    Marlies Roosenburg, Holland

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  66. OMG! Hats off dear. Lovely it is.

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  67. Wowzers! I am completely bowled over by this! It is absolutely amazing as to how you came up with some this so different and fabulous! I will share my version of it with you soon in the future :)

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  68. Ohhhhhh My Goshhhh.. Dr Sonia it took my breath away... I couldnot believe that... looking super super super... paper is so beautiful and on topper that quilling is awesome.. n now I started searcging for the box to make this one...:))))))).... added in my favourite.

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  69. This is such a wonderful Tutorial. You have shown how to do it with things we can find around us . Your quilling is absolutely fabulous.

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  70. its a total stunner! Loved the way you have decorated it with quilling! I made this stacked boxes one for myself when i wasn't blogging.. used it for a long time for storing my jewellery and other tiny winy stuff.. its worth the effort.. its worth all the efforts!

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  71. Wow, Sonia...I am speechless!! What a gorgeous box!! Absolutely beautiful!! Your quilling is stunning!! Thank you for taking the time to post the tutorial, too!! I will definitely be making one of these fabulous boxes!! And as always, thank you for the amazing inspiration!!

    Lisa
    indymermaid.blogspot.com

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  72. Your creativity knows no bounds. Wow! This folding box and the quilling is awesome.

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  73. adorable...just luv this piece with folding.u r so talented soniji.

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  74. Awesome...thank you for tutorial..i m going to try it..

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  75. Thats great, Sonia. Very well decorated and the quilling is absolutely fantastic.

    Cheers,
    Durga
    http://durgasartgallery.blogspot.com

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  76. Another fabulous creation by you, Sonia!!! The quilling is just awesome!!!

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  77. Wow!Wonderful tutorial and beautiful quilling.Thanks for sharing.Will definately give it a try.

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  78. Super!
    I love your gorgeous quilling work!
    Thank you for such a detailed tutorial!

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  79. OMGness this is just amazing!!! Thank you so much for the tutorial - and what an awesome Top Tip to share with us :) Beautiful box and you have really inspired me to have a go - Thanks :)

    Thanks for joining us over at Top Tip Tuesday for our 'Anything Goes' Challenge,

    Carol x

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  80. OMG! I am just getting into the construction type papercrafts and thought my star card was a gem! This is totally amazing Sonia - one day I'll get to this level lol!

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  81. fabulous, thanks for joining us at Fab'n'Funky :)

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  82. Superb.. Gorgeous creation Dr. Sonia....

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  83. Ottimo lavoro, impressionante la sua creatività. Un abbraccio Beatris

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  84. Great box and tutorial. I have been wanting to try this for a while but just have not taken the time yet. Guess I will add it to my long "to do list" from your blog. LOL

    Jani
    papercompulsions.blogspot.com

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  85. awesome..wonderful..i appreciate your talent..

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  86. www.flagonphoto.blogspot.com

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  87. Wow, great project!
    I love it.
    i just discovered the new techniques of quilling and I'm trying them :).

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  88. Thank you for following my blog. I just love this project. Your tutorial is wonderful and the box is gorgeous.

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  89. I am already off to make it.......great box.

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  90. How clever is that. I love the paper and the flowers are beautiful. Always a pleasure to visit your blog and see the super stuff you create. Very admirable.

    Monica xxx

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  91. Wow, way to recycle! Great box, thanks for the tutorial! Thanks for playing along with Fab N Funky's Recycle It Challenge!

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  92. Oh soniaaa it is looking great I can't wait to try this.Thanks for the detailed tuts
    best wishes
    anandhirajan
    http://scrapellery.blogspot.com

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  93. Sonia, please share the secret of creating only masterpieces :-) I don;t think there is any other apt word left in the dictionary to appreciate your superb works. Hats off to you creator!

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  94. Hi sweet Sonia! If I am on the right track it is around 7 p.m. on Wednesday where you are right now. So that puts you 10 1/2 hours ahead of us. As long as you post by 6:30 p.m. on the 22nd, that will synchronize with the posts here when they go live at 8 a.m. Please just let me know if I have the right time zone...you are close to Bengaluru, India right?
    :O)
    Jessica S

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  95. Beautiful!

    Mihai B.
    http://modele-origami.blogspot.com

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  96. Just gorgeous!! The quilling must have taken you ages, but the end result is stunning. TFS!!

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  97. Wow! This is amazingly beautiful. What an elegant way to create a bit of organized storage.

    Thank you for visiting my blog and for leaving a comment about the store of recycled goods.

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  98. Вау!!! Шикарно получилось!!!

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  99. All your hard work was worth it,the end result is fantastic. thanks so much for the tutorial :)

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  100. What a beautiful box I just love your quilling. everything about it is fantastic.

    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com/

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  101. Another wonderful project, gorgeous quilling and thanks for the tutorial,
    Sandy

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  102. Just stunning! I just love your beautiful boxes and your quisling is extraordinary!
    Hugs,
    marie

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  103. really really beautiful and a really good tutorial..thank you.

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  104. Hi,
    it is sooo beautiful! Thank you!
    I'm a new quiller in quilling world (since november 2011) I've visited many sites and blogs and learned a lot. I'd be very grateful if you could visit my blog
    http://quillingpaperparadise.blog.hr/
    and leave a comment or suggestion

    Big hug from Croatia

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  105. That is a beautiful box and your quilling is amazing!

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  106. Sonia popped over to say congratulations yourself on your feature, but this just blew me away fabulous tutorial thank you for sharing, speechless, as such an inspirational beautiful peace amazing
    Hugs Kate xx

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  107. This is fabulous Sonia, great tutorial as always.

    Judex

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  108. About leaving comments on my blog:
    I had a similar problem with reporting on some blogs and I had to open this additional blog. I do not know why this happens. Some comments are coming and some do not. Thanks for your patience. I hope you will still occasionally drop by at my blog. Big hug from the Croatian

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  109. AWESOME!! I actually run out of adjectives everytime I see your creations.. Thanks again for a wonderful and elaborate tutorial.. :) You are the best.. I am gonna bookmark this.. Will surely try it soon..

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  110. Absolutely stunning. Thank you so much for sharing. Am investigating how to do watermarks for my craft pictures. Thanks also for that tip. Hugs Mrs A.

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  111. Gosh Sonia, u continue to amaze me with ur work each time.....this is just too good!

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  112. Aloha Dr.Sonia,

    WOW! Such an AMAZING box. It's so cool. I really need to try this when I get better.
    Hugs,
    Rez
    Karezma Kreations

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  113. This is a wonderful box--I love the Quilling. I never tried that before. Thank you for visiting Homespun Happenings. I am now your newest follower! :)

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  114. Another amzing make and such gorgeous quilled flowers. I really don't know how you do it!! Thankyou so much the turorials that you provide too.
    Hugs Mrs A.

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  115. So creative the idea to make this wonderful box. Will sure try this out for my next project.
    http://ourlens360degrees.wordpress.com/category/360-and-more/

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  116. Absolutely stunning work and your quilling is beautiful.
    Thanks for joining us at Totally Papercrafts, but to be entered into the prize draw your work must be new, it must follow the theme and we also require a link back to our challenge blog.

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  117. Dr sonia you are fantastic,great effort of giving tutorial.love you.

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  118. Wow wow wow... Its such an amazing
    tutorial.. N lovely box..,cant wait to make it.. :-) :-) Fantastic work..

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  119. am so glad i came across your blog... this is such a wonderful project !!! loved it :)
    thank you :)

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  120. Dr. Sonya, thank you very much for tutorial - it will be very usefull for me - thanks for sharing! Your box is wonredfull! Hope your hand has recovered and you fell better now!

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  121. WOW! This is really cool! Thank you for taking the time to create this tutorial! I'm definitely bookmarking it :-) I've become a follower so I don't miss any other creative tutorials ;-)

    Thanks!
    Heather
    http://stampingdesignsbyheather.blogspot.com/

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  122. Another very clear tutorial and a stunning project to inspire any crafter
    .Thanks for sharing on Make it Monday .

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  123. Oh my goodness me!! This is absolutely stunning and thanks for sharing the tutorial!! Just gorgeous!!
    Popped over from MIM
    Nat -x-

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  124. Hello Sonia. I saw this fantastic project on MIM..Faye

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  125. Saw this gorgeous box on MIT, what a wonderful creation! You really did a great job here :)

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  126. Truly fabulous! I was also enchanted when I first saw this box years ago and have yet to make one! I just might get round to it one of these days LOL! I spotted you at Make it Mondays!


    Leigh
    LeighSBDesigns.blogspot.com
    Announcing the launch of Third Coast Creative Challenge blog, come join us!
    tcrschallenge.blogspot.com

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  127. Wow what a spectacular box with so much gorgeous detail. Your quilling is beautiful. I saw you on MIM and had to come over to congratulate you. Great tut too!
    Jane x

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  128. Just love this – very creative. Saw this on MIM and just had to pop over to have a closer look. Wishing you a fab Friday.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    Digistamps4Joy DT Member
    Doing Life

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  129. Hi Sonia

    WOW!! Absolutely amazing box. So beautiful. Your instructions are fantastic, the photos are great.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Make It Monday this week.

    Michelle :o)

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  130. Absolutely in love with your project! Great tutorial. Love the quilling. Thanks for sharing!
    I saw this on Make it Monday!
    These are my entries: # 129, #158, #160, #162, # 250 and #252 (Candy Alert) would love it if you could visit.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  131. I saw your box in Make it Moday....Great job on your box! I saw one of these in a scrapbook store when I was on vacation and the lady was nice enough to give me the pattern to make it!

    Hugs,
    Debra
    Fabulously Creative
    http://debrapate.blogspot.com

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  132. Hi! Visiting from MIM this time. Love the way you did this & the quilling is fantastic. Very symmetrical coils!

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  133. yes Dr.sonia, i remembered after i started it and thought it would be the same, only after completing the box i realised and saw your post, will try it next time after i get my crafters companion board. Thanks for doing so many tutorials it makes our job easier :)

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  134. Thanks a lot for the great idea. It's really amazing. Love your works and effort.

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  135. Very Nice,Absolutely amazing......

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  136. Awesome Work,Absolutely Amazing.

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  137. Love your tutorials .Thnks for sharing
    Regds
    Chandana

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  138. This is a great idea - I hope one day I will prepare such a box for my niece:) Thank you so much for the course:)

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  139. I..... LOVE..... THIS!
    Sorry for shouting... but I do love it, haha!
    Thank you for sharing :)

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  140. Lovely idea Sonia! And you have made it so pretty too!

    Nupur, Thrilling Quilling

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    1. Thank you Nupur. I had a blast making this box

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  141. Ssssssssoooooo beautiful. I appreciate your work, all the stuffs are so beautifully made. I would like to know if you use punch machine. May i ask you for the address where i can buy paper cutting machine

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    1. Thank you Alka
      By paper cutting machine which one do you mean..a paper shredder or a die cutting machine?

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  142. hey!your tutorials r awesome. will u pls tell me ur creations afterjune 2013?

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    1. Thank you so much Mukulika. You can go to the home page of the blog or check the archives on my sidebar for a chronological posting

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  143. Wow!! pretty cool box for storing earrings Dr Sonia ..nice tutorial ...

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  144. What an awesome DIY! Love it... <3

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    1. Thank you so much Deepa.Off to explore your website

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  145. Dis is jus awesome. Love ur projects. The step by step tutorial in all ur projects inspires me to try new things. Thank u so much....happy crafting!!!

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