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! 

Envelope Punch Board

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. 

I love these little pouches.They’re so easy to make and you can fit 9 Dove Chocolates inside. I made these last November so all of the products for this particular project are still available.  You can see the blog post for the pouches here which also references a video showing how to make them.  The stamp set I used, Treat Time, is also on the retiring list as well as the Brights 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper.  The stamp set is available until May 24th but then only while supplies last.  The Designer Series Paper is available while supplies last!

 

These little boxes are perfect for holding two Ghirardelli Squares.  Do you see a pattern of food with my projects, specifically chocolate?  The Designer Series Paper and stamp set I used to create these boxes has since retired but you can read the blog post for this project which includes a video, here. In the blog post, I reference a series I did on the Envelope Punch Board and the links are provided for the projects I shared but I’m also sharing the links and ideas in today’s post. The two punches I used, the 1-1/8″ & 1-3/8″ Scallop Punches are carrying over into the new catalog.  Yay! You can see them in my online store here and here


We can’t forget envelopes and they are so easy to make with the Envelope Punch Board.  Click here for this blog post which also includes a video. The Designer Series Paper and ribbon used for the envelope are no longer available. 

A great gift is making a set of handmade cards with a matching card box to tuck them inside.  Click here to learn how to make a card box using the Envelope Punch Board.  The Designer Series Paper and ribbon are no longer available but the little bird from the stamp set Petal Palette is currently on the retiring list as well as the Petals & More Thinlits Dies  that coordinate. The Starburst Punch and 2″ Punch are both available. 

 

You can also make a cute little basket with the Envelope Punch Board.  Click here for the blog post with more pictures and a video. The Designer Series Paper, ribbon and stamp set are no longer available but the Layering Ovals Dies and the 1/2″ Circle Punch are both available. 

Here’s one last project.  I made this box to specifically fit a Lindt Truffle Bar.  Click here for the blog post and directions.  The Designer Series Paper, ribbon and stamp set are no longer available. 

I hope this has given you lots of idea for using the Envelope Punch Board or reminded you what a great tool it is! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me!

Click here to purchase the Envelope Punch Board! 

 

Today’s the last day to place an order and receive my May Card Kit Extravaganza. Place a minimum $50 order and use the special card kit host code below to receive all the paper and embellishments you’ll need to create 8 beautiful cards.  For all the details, click here

May Card Kit

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