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Friday, 18 December 2015

Season of Cheer Match Box Gift Boxes in two Sizes, Stampin Up! UK

Today I have a pair of Gift Boxes for you. A simple design of a matchbox with an outer sleeve, and decorated using the Season of Cheer Designer Series Paper and Striped Ribbon wiht a little xording trim

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Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

Watch the Video Below for the full tutorial


  1. SMALL BOX - Trim a piece of Night of Navy Cardstock to 12 cms x 15 cms
  2. With the long side of the cardstock at the top of your Metric Scoring Plate, score at 3; 9; 12 cms
  3. Rotate the cardstock by 45 degrees and with the short site at the top, score at 3 & 9 cms
  4. Fold all score lines and burnish with a bone folder,
  5. SMALL BOX SLEEVE - Trim a piece of Designer Series Paper to 5.6 x 21 cms and score the long side at 1; 5; 11; 15 cms
  6. Fold all score lines and burnish; cut tabs as shown in the video; use a little tape to secure the Belly Band (sleeve).
  7. LARGE BOX - trim a piece of Night of Navy Cardstock to 12 x 15cms
  8. Score the long side at 1; 5; 11; 15 cms
  9. Rotate and score the short side at 3 & 9 cms
  10. Fold and burnish score lines, cut tabs as shown in the video; using Tombow to secure the tabs
  11. LARGE BOX SLEEVE (Belly Band) - trim a piece pf DSP to 8.6 x 21 cms; score at 1; 5; 11; 15 cms
  12. Decorate using Co-ordinating Ribbon
  13. Stamp your sentiments using the Christmas Cuties Stamp Set using Archival Basic Black Classic Ink Pad
  14. Die cut the sentiments using the Magnetic Platform, matting onto Cherry Cobbler or Night of Navy Cardstock. I used a combination of the Lots of Labels Framelits Dies, and the Tags & Labels Framelits Dies.
  15. Finish with a flair of Cording Trim and some Snowflake Elements

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Kim Tolton, Independent Stampin Up Demonstrator.
Card & Papercraft Tutorials
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