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How To Make a Bridesmaid Proposal Jewelry Box and Necklace

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How To Make a Bridesmaid Proposal Jewelry Box and Necklace

By JOANN

ITEM # 262027328P306
Print Description

Crafting Time:
1-2 Hours
Skill Level:
Beginner

DESCRIPTION +

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Small wood box with hinged lid
  • 2 contrasting colors of cardstock
  • 1 Cricut® .04mm pen
  • Cricut Machine
  • Light Grip cutting mat
  • Medal jewelry chain of choice
  • Charm of choice
  • Connector ring
  • Bottlenose pliers

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Measure inside of box to get size of paper lining.
  2. In Cricut Design Space, create a square shape to the dimensions measured. Make sure square is set to the "cut" setting.
  3. Make a smaller square inside of the first square to make a border.
  4. Then make a third smaller square inside of the second square. Make sure all 3 squares say "cut". You should not have a border on the small square which will be the base of the message.
  5. Use the text tool to write message of choice using font of choice. Center by using the align tools and the center text tool. Make sure text is on the "draw" setting, and NOT "cut". This can be found in the upper tool bar on the left. It will be a drop down.
  6. A heart can be added using the shape tool for decoration.
  7. In a contrasting color, make a square the size of the first square made. This will be the base of the top lid.
  8. For the base, create a rectangle that is the width of the square, but longer in length so you can fold the top and bottom under to make it stand up in the box. Make sure this is on "cut" setting.
  9. Load mat and pen to cut and draw.
  10. Peel everything off the mat and use double stick tape to place inside of the box.
  11. For the base, fold the top and bottom of the rectangle to fit inside the box. You may need to trim a bit to get the perfect fit. Once fit is correct, cut two small slits on each side of the square for the jewelry to hang.
  12. To make the bracelet, add a connector ring and charm to the middle of the chain. Close the ring with the pliers.

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:


DIRECTIONS:

  1. Measure inside of box to get size of paper lining.
  2. In Cricut Design Space, create a square shape to the dimensions measured. Make sure square is set to the "cut" setting.
  3. Make a smaller square inside of the first square to make a border.
  4. Then make a third smaller square inside of the second square. Make sure all 3 squares say "cut". You should not have a border on the small square which will be the base of the message.
  5. Use the text tool to write message of choice using font of choice. Center by using the align tools and the center text tool. Make sure text is on the "draw" setting, and NOT "cut". This can be found in the upper tool bar on the left. It will be a drop down.
  6. A heart can be added using the shape tool for decoration.
  7. In a contrasting color, make a square the size of the first square made. This will be the base of the top lid.
  8. For the base, create a rectangle that is the width of the square, but longer in length so you can fold the top and bottom under to make it stand up in the box. Make sure this is on "cut" setting.
  9. Load mat and pen to cut and draw.
  10. Peel everything off the mat and use double stick tape to place inside of the box.
  11. For the base, fold the top and bottom of the rectangle to fit inside the box. You may need to trim a bit to get the perfect fit. Once fit is correct, cut two small slits on each side of the square for the jewelry to hang.
  12. To make the bracelet, add a connector ring and charm to the middle of the chain. Close the ring with the pliers.