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.
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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 it will fit a candle, jar of sweets or many other items.
The box is actually a bit like those Christmas Bon Bons at the top where the ribbon is tied, so you can leave it as is or squash it down a bit. I used the Simply Scored to score all the lines and the Envelope Punch Board for the part where the ribbon is.
Here’s a side view which gives you a better idea of where I used the Envelope Punch Board. I’ve used Candy Cane Lane Designer Series Paper.
The embellishment on the front was made by using Garden Green and Real Red Stampin’ Write Markers on one of the stamps from Holly Jolly Layers which is a Hostess set. I’ve die cut the image with the Layering Circle Dies by using a plain circle first and then a scallop circle of Real Red.
I’ve also made a tag to go with the box which has Designer Series Paper on one side and the other side is blank for writing on.
If you come back tomorrow, I’ll have a Video Tutorial for you on how to make the box with all the measurements listed as well.
Wouldn’t you just love to win one of these lovely little bins for your craft space?
So how can you get your hands on one?
- Make a A$60 order through my Online Store in October/November – make sure to use the current November Hostess Code
- Host a workshop in November or December
- Come to one of my classes and you may win one as a lucky door prize
- Join my team in November or advanced one level if you’re already part of my team
- Look for my Facebook Posts ad make a comment and 1 random comment maker will win one
- Or contact me today to order one for $10
Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you come back again soon to see what else I have to share.
Remember, your creativeness is only limited by your imagination. Keep smiling and until next we share …
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