Here they are. Excuse the dark pictures, it was such a dull day, but you get the idea.
As you can see you get all sorts of tags and a wonderful pillow box. These are great because you have the beautifully printed card on the other side and as it is the cover of the paper pad it is perfect for them.
So I thought I would make the pillow box up for you to show you how it looks. Of course the savvy crafter would make a template from them too!
All I did was take the cover with the pillow box printed onto it and cut it out along the solid lines. You then need to crease the dotted lines. The easiest way to do this is to find something soft, like an old fashion mouse mat or just a few pieces of scrap paper and then using a bone folder or the end of the handle of a spoon draw along the dotted lines. You can use a ruler to guide your scoring for the straight bit but for the curves you have to do it freehand.
Apply wet glue to the straight flap and stick it to the straight side on the other side, allow to dry. You will then find your flaps at either ends will fold down beautifully to close the box and give it its shape.
Of course you then need to decorate your lovely pillow box now. I chose a panel from the paper pad and cut a couple of swirls, also from the paper pad, using the Sue Wilson splendid swirls.
I also cut out one of the tags and just decorated it with a couple of the cute little stamps that are also in the paper pad.
The Graphic 45 Enchanted Forest is a really beautiful collection and the addition of all these templates just gives you somewhere to start.
You can find the Enchanted Forest Collection papers in The Fruit Pixie online shop here - http://www.thefruitpixie.co.uk/enchanted-forest-696-c.asp
The Sue Wilson Splendid Swirls dies here -
Payper Box bone folder -