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EmbellishBox monthly templates for paper cutting {subscription box}

EmbellishBox - monthly templates for paper cutting

Last year I really embraced paper cutting. I love paper cutting. It requires few materials and seems to take up less room than my sewing stuff. It’s also easier to put down and pick up again which is why I have a folder full of paper cuts!

Having worked my way through Cut It Out! by Poppy Chancellor I was looking for more designs to cut out. I bought a few books from Amazon and then heard about the Embellish Box. This is a monthly subscription box for paper cutters. It sounded great so I bought myself a box and it arrived just before Christmas.

EmbellishBox - monthly templates for paper cutting

Everything comes in a large box which unfortunately didn’t fit through my letter box so I had to go and pick it up. This was a bit annoying but understandable as the templates are A4. Each box is themed, this month was Winter Joy, and inside were 4 x Winter Joy templates, 3 x backing papers, and some extra Winter Joy goodies. As I was a new subscriber a new scalpel and blade were included.

EmbellishBox - monthly templates for paper cutting

I have already made the Spread Joy template as a present for my mum. It was really lovely to cut although it took me a while to get used to someone else’s style. I used one of the backing papers which finished it off really well and my mum loved it.

EmbellishBox - monthly templates for paper cutting

Since then I have also cut the Winter Joy House.

EmbellishBox - monthly templates for paper cutting

This didn’t take me long and I placed an LED candle inside so I could admire it. I think a house template is included in every box so it will be nice to see my paper village grow every month.

EmbellishBox - monthly templates for paper cutting

I love paper cutting and this was a lovely box to receive. The 4 x templates were A4 and valued at around £32.57. The subscription costs £18 with free shipping in the UK so this is a great way to try paper cutting. You can find more information on the EmbellishBox website.


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    January 4, 2017 at 10:00 am

    Oh these are awesome I know of another company thag does something similar with the cut out templates ‘paper panda’ I think they are called but I love that in this box you get way more than just a cut out for you to do its so awesome!

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    Ali - We Made This Life
    January 4, 2017 at 10:58 am

    I’ve always wanted to try paper cutting but didn’t know where to start. This box looks fabulous, I might put it on my birthday list!

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    Nancy Laws
    January 6, 2017 at 3:06 pm

    Looks like a great sub box! I love finding boxes that fit in with my hobbies, this one sounds great for very crafty people, I think my daughter would love it

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