Yesterday I posted boxes I made with the Gift Card Envelope & Trims Thinlits. Included in this set are dies to make an envelope as well as pieces to make tags. My boxes used the envelope as the top of my box. Today I’m highlighting the tags!
I used the piece below to make my tags and it’s really easy to get a variety of looks!
To achieve the look above, I cut the tag out with Very Vanilla cardstock AND the Moroccan Designer Series Paper.
Then, I cut the DSP. There’s no right or wrong way to do this.
Next, I glued the DSP to the Very Vanilla Cardstock. You can stamp a sentiment as I did or write your own.
Here are a few other ways to decorate the tag without using Designer Series Paper.
The stamp set, B.Y.O.P. in the Annual Catalog coordinates with these Thinlits and many of the sentiments will fit inside the tags! This gives you lots of options!
Product List- Below are the Stampin’ Up! products I used. When you click on a picture, you’ll be taken to my online store where it’s easy to add it to your cart. Use the March Host Code and receive a gift from me with your thank you card!
I love it when I buy a product and I can do more with it than I originally thought! The top of my box is actually a gift card envelope!
You can make an envelope in no time at all with this die but it can also be used to cover a box!
These boxes are a nice size and would be perfect for a small gift or candy. Each box measures 4″ long, 2-3/4″ wide and 1-1/2″ deep. Lots of possibilities!
To make the top of the box, it’s as easy as choosing paper, placing the large die on top and running it through your Big Shot. Fold on all of the score lines and it’s ready to place on top of your box!
To make the box, choose a coordinating cardstock. Cut the cardstock to 6-7/8″ x 5-9/16″ and score it at 1-1/2″ on all sides. Next, cut on the score lines shown in the picture below.
The next step is to cut a small amount off of each flap. This helps the box to fold up with less bulk but if you skip this step, it’s fine. In the picture below I have trimmed the flaps and shown where you’ll add adhesive. Please note that this is the front side of the box.
Bring the flaps up to begin creating the box. My fingers are on the flaps that have adhesive on them.
Here’s how it looks with the sides adhered. Do this again on the other side and your box is done!
Place your lid on the box and then wrap it up with your favorite ribbon! The die also comes with extra pieces to create tags, which is what I used to create mine. I added a glue dot at the top of the tag and slipped it under the ribbon.
I love to see your creations so if you make your own box, I’d love to see it!
Below you’ll find a video from Stampin’ Up! showing how to make the box. I made the bottom of the box just a little bit different so choose which one works for you. If you’re reading this in an email, click here to head over to the Stampin’ Up! YouTube channel.
Product List – These are the products I used to create my boxes. They are shown along with their item number and price. When you click on the picture, you’ll be taken to that item in my Stampin’ Up! online store. From there it’s easy to add it to your cart. Choose a FREE item from the Sale-A-Bration Catalog for every $50 you spend (before tax/shipping).
When I’m creating cards/projects for a class, I make many different samples and then decide which ones to use. Today I have two cards that didn’t make the cut in my Happy Birthday Class To Go. I used the stamp set Balloon Adventures for both cards and the measurements for the cardstock and paper are the same.
All of my butterflies have a piece of vellum on top and I secured it to the cardstock/DSP with glue dots. The rhinestones are in the perfect place to hide the dots. Each butterfly has a small piece of Stampin’ Dimensional on the back to give it some height.
Base of card: 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ score @ 4-1/4″
Designer Series Paper: 5-1/4″ x 4″
Cardstock panel: 4-1/4 ” x 2-3/4″
Sentiment panel: 4″ x 2-1/2″
The first card uses Stampin’ Up! Party Animal Designer Series Paper and the second one, Tasty Treats. All of the supplies used in making these cards are Stampin’ Up!. They are listed below along with their item number and price. When you click on the products you’ll be taken to that item in my Stampin’ Up! online store. If you have any questions about either card, don’t hesitate to contact me!