More Early Explosion Boxes

My husband and I were to take our caravan, affectionately called the Robbiebago after my husband,
Robert, who designed and built the van, on a major road trip up the centre of Australia
and down the coast of Western Australia as we joined the great Grey Nomad exodus.
A more formal white on white with a touch of gold. This one holds a gift card in the centre.

Another formal white on white with a touch of pink. This too holds a gift card in the centre.
As I can't travel without some crafts, I quickly decided to concentrate on making explosion boxes
and the flowers to decorate them with. 
I can't stick with just one design either. I love to experiment and that will continue as I go.

Blessings is the saying here. Purple roses adorn a rainbow brayered background.

The white layers (and on the white ones above) are embossed with a cuttlebug folder to give textural interest.
I have all my flower punches  with me - which is only about 5 at this stage -  
but mostly I end up hand cutting the flowers as my punches were not large enough for me.
Open style Floribunda roses quickly become an early favourite.