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    Embellish Box for Papercutters (March box)

    EmbellishBox papercutting template

    I was lucky to receive some lovely gifts for my birthday last week, including lots of new papercutting books. By luck the March Embellish Box also arrived but got put aside for a few days whilst I was busy celebrating my birthday.

    Embellish Box for Papercutters (March box)

    The theme for theMarch Embellish Box for Papercutters was ‘How Does Your Garden Grow?’ which was perfect for this time of year.

    There was no Contents card inside my box so I’m not really sure what everything was. However as usual there were 3 x A4 templates and a new house template to cut. There were 3 x colourful backing papers, as well as a notebook, pencil, a plant marker, a wild flower seed bomb and something I haven’t identified yet!

    Embellish Box for Papercutters (March box)

    I like all the templates and have almost finished the How Does Your Garden Grow? one. I was so pleased to see the letters were slightly larger than the last box and I found them much easier to cut 🙂

    Embellish Box for Papercutters (March box)

    I think this would make the perfect gift for my mum who loves gardening. I love the yellow colour and it has been a real pleasure cutting it in the Spring sunshine.

    I’m really hoping to have some more time for papercutting this month, it is such a lovely hobby and I really need to make more time for it!

    Previous EmbellishBox reviews:

    Always Tea Time February Embellish Box

    Adventure Awaits January EmbellishBox

    Winter Joy December EmbellishBox

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