First of all, the Crafter’s Companion Ultimate Pro Tool was used to create 24 box lids and 24 box bases. The lids were created alternately in the colors of red and green whereas the bases were all made using white card. The card size was 15 x 15 cm and the boxes were embossed on the third embossing line from the edge on the box making board. That created boxes which were approximately 7.5 cm in size and 3.8 cm in height (3 inches in size and 1 1/2 inches high).
Once the boxes were made, scrapbook paper was cut into 6.5 cm squares and glued centered onto the box lids.
Then 5 cm squares were cut out and embossed using embossing folders with winter motifs. These were then glued onto the patchwork paper squares.
Afterwards, different embellishments were die cutted out and decorated in different ways, such as with beads, glitter, sequins, etc... depending on what the motif was. These were adhered onto the boxes using 3-D pads to add height to them.
Red and green colored circles were then punched out and the star stickers with the numbers 1-24 were stuck to them. These were then added to the boxes.
Once all of the boxes were finished being decorated, the box bases were arranged and adhered to the white board so that the distance to the sides was 3 cm on all sides. Once the glue dried, the box lids were then placed again onto the boxes.