When I first got a sneak peek at this box, I was so excited! I had a couple of thoughts on how to make it. Below is my final version.
I love that the front and back walls of this piece are reinforced, making the box very sturdy and the box top is hinged in the back, keeping the top and bottom together. The box is made from a rusty colored cardstock that complimented the colors in the panel pieces and reminded me of the colors in the sand in the area where the image was originally taken.
The front flap doesn't require a closure, but you could certainly add one if desired. This file from Simply Crafty SVGs will be a go to in the future for several projects through the year.
Using SCAL 6 Pro, I used the clip path command to place the image in the panel shapes. This made it pretty easy for the print to cut process for the Skycut as well. The slot canyon image was printed on glossy photo stock and the colors from the printer were incredibly vibrant!
Thanks for stopping by. Each visit is appreciated. Hoping you have some creative time marked out this week - if not, find some time. Your heart and spirit will benefit (among other things).