Thursday, 7 June 2018

Brides Lucky Sixpence

I made this to give the Lucky Sixpence to my best friend on her wedding day

I used a small plain white box. I printed the well known rhyme and cut it into a narrow strip to fit around the box. I also added some pink satin ribbon. I attached the lace and pearl trim around the lid. 

I attached the final part of the rhyme to the lid of the box. I die cut it with a Xcut scalloped circle die and layered it onto a pink scalloped circle that I cut with the next size die in the nesting set.

I printed a personalised sentiment and attached it to the inside of the lid of the box.

I covered a piece of cotton wool with tulle to attach to the inside of the box with a hot glue gun and then added the peg embellishment. I covered the sixpence with tulle to enable me to "peg" it into the box.

I would like to enter this creation into the following challenges:

simplypapercraftsforalloccassions #58 - anything goes (unlimited)
artisticinspirations #201 - anything goes (unlimited)*
lilpatchofcraftyfriends #83 - anything goes (unlimited)
avenue613 #210 - anything goes option buttons/bows (4/8)
creatalicious #140 - anything goes option photo inspiration (unlimited)
abitmoretimetocraft #69 - anything goes (unlimited)
eclecticellapu #June - anything goes (unlimited)
4craftychicks #406 - love is in the air
creativecraftcottage #108 - anything goes (1/3)
scrapyland #91 - anything goes with die scrapyland stock/xcut (2/5)


  1. Beautiful project and never heard of that tradition before----Thank you for joining us at Artistic Inspirations
    Carol DT x

  2. Thank you for sharing your beautiful personal gift with us today over at LPCF. I too have never heard of this tradition but I'm sure your friend was touched by it. X

  3. Beautiful packaging!!! So, so pretty! Thanks for playing along with 4 Crafty Chicks Challenge, we hope to see you again!

  4. Gorgeous box Beckie- a new tradition for me too!
    Glad you stopped by at 613 Avenue Create.
    Hugs Sheryl DT member xx