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A Baby Theme Explosion Box!!

Hello People,

It's almost the end of March 2014 and here I'm writing my first post of this year. I realized that my last post on the blog was in September last year.
Gosh, 3 months have already gone by and I have not been sleeping all this while. Yes, not sleeping due some more special reasons, My little bundle of joy who's almost 4.5 month old is behind all my sleeplessness. Motherhood is one of the most lovely and craziest thing!! I have been crooning to get back to crafting (it's a relaxing therapy) when my little baby girl is asleep, and now that I have time, Crafting sure does wonders to the otherwise chaotic life :)

Okay, enough of my bantar :) I'll be sharing a Baby Themed Explosion box I did on commission.
It's quite difficult for me to decide naming it an Explosion Box or a Explosion Scrapbook for it has loads of places for pictures 24 precisely and all the more spaces for jotting down little and lovely things about the baby growing up.

Here are some of the pictures :)

The first and formost the center of attraction of the box!! the BABY PRAM .. isnt that cute!! I love it to bits and pieces!!

This is how the lid of the box looks like!

What more, the box even has a picture frame of the complete family to be put together :) 

Here are the inside pages! It has 4 flaps on each sides which make a total of 24 flaps each having space for putting up messages!! and yes... 2 of the flaps also have spaces for taking up the hands and feet impressions of the baby!!
Isnt tht cute??

That's what I have to share for today! I hope you like what I made!!!
Linking to the following challenges!
The letters used are

L - Layering, Leaves
P- Pattern paper, Pearls, punches, pink color (PP)
C-  Cardstock for the diecuts and the base of the box, 

PS: If these posts inspire you to bring out the creative best in you, that would be the bestest thing that will happened to you, and I'll be flattered. But, kindly do respect the hard work and thoughts that goes into these works and please give a direct link to my work when you are inspired by mine. Thanks!!!


  1. Firstly congratulations on your new arrival. Hope your recovering well and your lil darling is letting you rest at night. I found your blog thru lulupu and blown away by this beautiful box sp d baby carriage :)

  2. Congratulations on you new baby. A very good reason not to have time to craft. Your explosion box is amazing and I love the spaces you've created and the pram is fabulous.

    Thank you for sharing you wonderful work with us at Crafting When We Can Challenges. :-) xx

  3. Congratultion on the new arrival !!! :) all the very best for motherhood :)
    Love your beautiful box ! its so neat and lovely !
    Thanks for playing along lulupu birthday challenge

  4. Wow! What a beautiful project! Thank you for sharing with us at Crafting When We Can Challenge.

  5. Congratulations!! the pram looks cute and gorgeous...


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