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6 ways to decorate a Kikki K box



I really love the pull-out boxes that Kikki K products come in. The pull-out portions are usually in a contrasting colour from the box which make them fun to decorate using patterned papers. :) Here are 6 ways to decorate a Kikki K box... (yeah, I can't believe I've only bought 6 things from Kikki K either...lol..there must be some missing boxes! *winks*)


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The last decorated box of 2017

1. Go bold and bright!

This particular box has a bold blue pull-out drawer so I picked a bold geometric patterned paper as my base and added coordinating textural elements.

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Tag on a gift box

2. Add a decorative tag.

Sometimes it's fun to add a removable decorative tag. Like this one which features a heart-shaped bottle cap on a tag! :)


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An altered box for the Maya Road/Xyron swap

3. Try a muted colour palette with one bold colour.

Here the bold yellow really stands out against the muted colour palette.



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Upcycled gift wrap (a tutorial)
4.  Play with textures.

Mixing up the textures create interest in a subtle colour palette.



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Look! I actually used a stamp! *winks*

5. Create a "scene" with your patterned paper.

Extend the design of your patterned paper by adding dimensional elements to it to create a "scene".

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Quick postal-friendly decorated box

6. Keep it flat and postal-friendly.

Simple fussy-cutting makes for a relatively flat and postal-friendly box.


There you have it. 6 ways to decorate a Kikki K box. Which one is your fave?




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8 comments:

Dr Sonia S V said...

Such lovely creations!
Cheers
Dr Sonia

Audrey Pettit said...

Every one of your boxes is a little work of art! You are so, so, SO talented at putting together unique combos of paper and embellishments. They are all amazing! (Had to Google Kikki K.... can you believe it?)

Suman Pandit said...

love all but the one with the bird...extending the paper design looks the most interesting !!

Lisa said...

They are all so gorgeous!! I love how you've decorated each one!! Hard to pick a fav, but I would have to say the one with the amazing texture!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Reusing Cards & Quilling said...

I have a small pull out box waiting to be decorated and your post comes just in time to give me ideas ;) All of them are lively and to pick one,not difficult to guess one with violet tulle around it !

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are all gorgeous!! But you know how I feel about PINK ... so #1 is my fave!!! LOL!!!!

Mitra Pratt said...

how did you know I needed this blog post today ;-) THANKS!!!

Cindy deRosier said...

It's always so hard to pick a favorite! I think it's the one with the purple mesh ribbon.

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