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Ferrero Friday Prism Pillow Box

 Hope you’re all well, I’ve been suffering with my fibromyalgia recently so crafting on top work and looking after ages parents has been difficult, still when I do get to do some, it is a wonder way of switching off and practicing some mindfulness. I try to take some time to practice mindfulness every day, even for a few moments, and I do find being creative helps with this.

I have to share that I am super proud of my youngest son this week. He has had a week of work experience and he chose to work in our local traditional butcher. He has lives every minute and has tackled everything including drawing locally shot pheasant! He has made burgers and prepped faggots and helped in the butchers wife’s kitchen preparing pies ! They’ve said he is the best Work experience they have ever had and now he has a part time job too 😉

So for you I have a quick and easy pillow box for a Ferrero today, but this would be perfect for earrings or jewellery gifts. As you can see I have made these in a variety of sizes and have come up with two ways to make, either with a centre or a side seam with eight different sizes. All in a tutorial for £3.    Click HERE for the tutorial page This DSP makes them look stunning, but they look equally as fabulous if made with the Foil Frenzy too… and just decoration needed 🙂

hope you enjoy this

Crafty Hugs



4 thoughts on “Ferrero Friday Prism Pillow Box

    1. Thank you Robbye…it is so pretty and a great weight for boxes and 3D items…. less layering needed to make things stunning 🙂

  1. What a great table decoration or a small gift box for a special person. Thank you Heidi for your video. Well done to your son, we are always proud of our children but especially when they excel in something it is great to tell others. My daughter is at the moment going through her nursing training and I am very proud of her. I too, use my crafting to help me relax as I am suffering from secondary breast cancer. Watching others videos helps me with ideas that I would not otherwise be able to do. So thank you again Heidi. Hope to see another video soon. x

    1. Thank you Lorraine, I do hope your recovery goes well and good luck to your daughter with her training. The videos will keep coming as I get chance and I will continue to try and share regularly – thank you for watching and it is lovely to get feedback that they are enjoyed. Heidi x

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