Over the next week or so, I ‘m going to do a series featuring retiring Stampin’ Up! products that will be missed!
I’m going to start with the Envelope Punch Board. It’s name suggests that it’s just for making envelopes but this little board can do so much more!
Over the past several years I’ve featured many projects using the Envelope Punch Board that I’m going to share again. Please note that most of the projects use products that are no longer available but you can follow the directions and use the products you have! My purpose in sharing these projects again is to show you all the fun projects you can make with this awesome tool but please know that most of the products used can no longer be purchased. The Envelope Punch Board is still available but only while supplies last. (more…)
The Envelope Punch Board is a great tool for creating your own envelopes. For today’s project I have an envelope that will fit a Stampin’ Up! die and there’s a video too. To make you own custom envelope, just refer to the front of the Envelope Punch Board. You’ll need a few measurements and then the chart will tell you what size your paper needs to be and where to score and punch. (more…)
Yesterday I shared little boxes I made using Stampin’ Up! Brights 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper. I took them to give to friends at OnStage in Orlando. I also gave them today’s project, matching pouches, that I filled with Dove Chocolates. I created them using the Envelope Punch Board and they really are quick and easy to make! Back in February I did an Envelope Punch Board series and I made a video showing how to construct the pouch. To see that video over on YouTube, click here! Please note: the paper I use in the video is no longer available. (more…)
This is the project and video I had hoped to share with you on Friday! All week long I’ve shared ideas using the Seasonal Tag Framelits and the coordinating stamp set, Seasonal Chums. You can make tags or cut apart the tags as I’ve done and just use the front of the main images in the set (snowman, reindeer, and pumpkin). (more…)
Treat Packaging Week continues! I made this box to fit an Andes Candy Bar I found at the grocery store. I love Andes Mints, which is essentially what this is but it’s in bar form. I have a video showing you how to make this box using an Envelope Punch Board. (more…)
It’s a week of Sneak Peeks and I couldn’t resist making several more Envelope Punch Board Treat Holders so I could show you more of the paper you’ll find in a package of Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper. Yesterday I shared a video showing how to make these quick and easy treat holders! (more…)