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Star Topped Package Solution Today’s video is a Star Topped Package Solution for a jar. The one I have made looks suitable for a male but change the colours and even the stamp set to make one suitable for a female. We do use the Envelope Punch Board to help create this fun Star Topped Package Solution. You need it to create that ‘frill’ type look at the top where you tie the ribbon. I will place all the instructions below the… Read more »

Single Chocolate Wrapper This Single Chocolate Wrapper is quick and easy to make with the Envelope Punch Board. Ideal for a sweet gift with a quick but beautiful package solution. The above picture is the first one I made and the one in the video is a little different. These wrappers are great for a small sweet treat for any reason and at any time of year. These ones use the Coffee Break Designer Series Paper. Here’s another view of the… Read more »

Christmas All Boxed Up? Make sure you have Christmas All Boxed Up this year with this quick and easy box made with the help of the Envelope Punch Board. Now, this uses the Be Merry Designer Series Paper which is one of the FREE packs of D.S.P you can choose when you BUY 3 and choose a 4th one FREE sale which end tonight. Click the banner below for all the details. Shop in my Online Store and use the Current Hostess… Read more »

Little Gift Box Today’s post brings you a Little Gift Box which is made using the Envelope Punch Board. I haven’t used my Envelope Punch Board in quite some time and it shows in the video :). So, I decided to dust it off, so to speak, and make this Little Gift Box. This Little Gift Box would be great to use for a small gift for any occasion, however today i make it for Christmas. These boxes are quick and easy and can… Read more »

Welcome to another Tip Thursday and your tip this week is another use for the Envelope Punch Board. I promised you yesterday, I would share with you how I made the little Gift Box which isn’t so little really as it measures when finished 2 1/2″ x 2 3/4″ and 4 1/2″ high so it will fit quite a bit in it. So this is the one I’m making today in the video. I’ve still used Candy Cane Lane Designer… Read more »

This week the Latte Girls are bringing you inspiration using the Envelope Punch Board. Now call me biased but I do think this should be a tool in everyone’s kit. It makes more than just envelopes. Item # 133774 for $32 Bargain!! Anyway onto my project for today and I do hope you’re not expecting an envelope because I have a Gift Box for you.  It’s finished size is 2 1/2″ wide x 2 3/4″ deep and 4 1/2″ high so… Read more »

This week I have another Gift Card for you to make an alternative to the one I showed a couple of weeks back. I got this idea from Billie Moan at Rambling Rose Studios. (I think all ideas are shared and are a conglomeration of ideas from all over the place.)You can use the Envelope Punch Board to make an envelope from Designer Series Paper for it and just add a mailing label to the front. The video will show… Read more »

Today’s Tip Thursday will show you how to make a Gift Card Holder with Belly Band, however it has a little ‘pop-up’ Gift Card Holder apeture inside which leaves you space to stamp and write your greeting. I think it’s quite cute and it’s very easy to make. Watch the video and all the measurements are below to make it easy for you to make. Gift Card Envelope Cherry Cobbler – 7 1/2″ x 7 1/2″ punch and score at… Read more »

The Latte Girls’ are back with another Freshly Brewed Blog Hop and this week it’s all things Pockets. So I decided to get my Envelope Punch Board working and make a pocket card for Christmas. I used the Candy Cane Lane Designer Series Paper from the Holiday Catalogue to make the pocket and band on the front of the pocket. The Envelope Punch Board makes it very easy to make a pocket like this and you just trip off one of… Read more »

I have lots of these spiral bound note books from various places so decided I should make them Stampin’ Up! pretty. This one was from Ikea and had a plain Kraft coloured cover which wasn’t very strong. So I covered it front, back and inside as well, all with It’s My Party Designer Series Paper. What do you think? I did remove the spirals from this note-book and clamped the pages with bull-dog clips to keep them in place while… Read more »