On Wednesday, I shared with you how to make these adorable cards and envelopes using the Retro Fresh DSP set from Stampin’ Up! If you missed that post, please click here to see all the details.
Today, I am going to share with you how you can make the cute box to finish off this great gift set. And don’t forget, if you leave me a comment about this project, you could win one of these boxed card sets! On Monday, June 2nd, I will do a drawing to see who will get to have one of these adorable card boxes of their very own!
This project is a great one to store away for future reference. With a few math calculations, the dimensions can be adjusted to fit a wide variety of card sizes. These boxed card sets make wonderful gifts for any occasion. With a few tweaks, you could change them to match any season or purpose. They are quick and easy to create using any color combination. On Sunday, I will share another project I made by adjusting the size of this box so you can see exactly what I mean. If you are a fan of this project, please pin it to Pinterest. You will find a “pin it” button at the very bottom of this post below the supply list and cards stock cuts. Also, if you like my work, why not subscribe to my blog via email. All you have to do is click on “follow” in the sidebar.
With the new catalog launch on Monday, you will have access to tons of great new paper designs from Stampin’ Up! I hope you will give this project a try with one of the new designs and send me a picture of your project! If you haven’t gotten your very own copy of the 2014 Annual Catalog yet, now is a great time. I’ve got a stack of them hot off the presses waiting for you. I offer free catalogs to all of my customers. If you are my customer or want to be my customer, please email me your name and mailing address. I’ll be more than happy to send you the gorgeous book. You can email me at email@example.com.
I hope you will consider selecting me as your demonstrator for your stamping needs. If you need any supplies or want to grab some retiring products before they are gone, you can shop now in my online store! Remember, the Stampin’ Up! Retiring Products are 20%-50% off while supplies last! There are only a few days left to order from the current catalogs. Feel free to drop me an email if you have any questions or if you would like a catalog. I’m here to help!
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Stampin’ Up! items used to create today’s project:
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Card Stock Cuts (Card Box only)
Card Base: So Saffron, Coastal Cabana, or Baked Brown Sugar – 9-1/4″ x 7-7/8″
With 7-7/8″ side at top, score at: 1″, 1-5/8″, 6-1/4″, and 6-7/8″
With 9-1/4″ side at top, score at: 2-3/8″, 3-1/8″, 6-3/8″, and 7″
I just love, love, love this boxed set of cards. This is going to be my next project! Thanks for sharing it with all of us less creative stampers.
Pat, I would love to see your take on my project. Send me a picture when you finish!
heather, you are simply fantastic. i wish i were closer to you so i could attend some of your classes. you give a new perspective to my card making that i had not thought of before. between you and my demo, nancy, i am going to just keep getting better and better. geraldine quesenberry
Geraldine, thank you for your kind words! I wish you lived nearby too! Would love to meet you. You seem like a lovely lady. You certainly make my day with your generous comments. 🙂
Thanks so much, love this little set, so complete with envelopes and all….think I will adapt it to the new in colours for my launch…appreciate all your time, your instructions very easy to follow
Cheers for Australia
Date: Fri, 30 May 2014 10:01:25 +0000 To: email@example.com
This would be a perfect way to showcase some new DSP from the new catalog! I used it to use up my leftover paper before it retired, but I think I might do a class in the near future that uses this project with new colors, papers, ribbon, and embellishments.
This set is so classy looking! I give cards to my mom to send to friends and have never made a box for her to keep them in. I think she would love to receive her cards in a cute little box like this one. Thank you for the inspiration and instructions!
The box really makes this project in my opinion. It just pulls everything together in a way that makes you just want to have a set all your own!
I love this whole project. Not so secretly hoping I win the drawing:) Your video demos are great too. Simple and easy to follow. You’re the best!
Great video Heather! Thanks for sharing the details for making those cute card boxes. 🙂