Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Milk Carton Tote!

Thanks so much for stopping by! I have a sweet project
to share with you! I'm using a Lori Whitlock File: Milk Carton & Tote.
I have used a beautiful paper collection from Nitwit Collections~Poppies,
along with lots of gorgeous products from Wild Orchid Crafts!

The cut file can be found on Silhouette America, or
at Lori Whitlock's Website. I used my Silhouette Cameo
to cut this out, but if you do not have a Cameo, or a Cricut, you
may also cut them out by hand. This file includes the tote, and 6 mini milk cartons.

The gorgeous paper collection comes with lots of unique papers,
and tons of elements to choose from. I've used several flowers,
cut from paper. I love combining them with the mulberry flowers from WOC!

I have a full start to finish on this project. If you'd like to see that, please click on the video below.
You'll also find links below, that you may find interesting.
Please stop by Wild Orchid Crafts, and Nitwit Collections...they are two of my favorite companies!
Thanks for joining me today. I hope you have a wonderful day!

More information:
Wild Orchid Craft Product used:
Mixed Earth Tone Chrysanthemums: QVR-077
White & Ivory Self Adhesive Pearls: MKX-322
Off White Chrysanthemums: MKX-117
Mixed Earth Tone Magnolias: QVR-068
Ivory Open Roses: MKX-014
Deep Ivory Open Roses: MKX-015
Green Rose Leaves: MKX-314
Ivory Heart Shape Flat Back Embellishment: GST-027
Flat Back Flowers: GST-281

How to: Digital Paper Packs used in the Cameo & Mini Albums:

Printer I use: Canon Pixma:

Paper I use to print digital papers: Georgia Pacific Cardstock 110lb:

Milk Carton:
Silhouette Store: Milk Cartons:
Lori Whitlock: 

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  1. Can you make this project without a Cricut or Cameo?

  2. Yes, you can. She sells her files as SVG cuts, so you can print them out with a black line on it & cut them by hand.


  3. Hi Corene, Thanks for the milk carton tutorial, yours came out beautful!!I bought the file and I'm going to make some for Easter gifts for the grandkids. I noticed that your score marks on the cartons were not the dashed lines like my silhouette cameo makes. Do you have a tip or secret for that? Thanks

    1. Hi! I like to score them myself, without using the dash lines. I simply "ungroup", or "release compound path" & delete the score lines & use my scoreboard to do them myself. I usually keep one up on the screen, to look at, therefore I know where the scorelines go. Thanks for stopping by!