EASTER BOXES ♥ MADE WITH THE STAMPIN UP ENVELOPE PUNCH BOARD

April 04, 2015

Happy Easter everybody! I hope you enjoy this holiday with your families and your loved ones.
 I  have made  Easter Egg mini boxes today, they are extremely easy to make using  the Envelope Punch Board.   More boxes ideas and tutorial by clicking heresrc="http://www.bibicameron.co.uk/image.jpg" alt="envelopepunchboard"></a>

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 I have used the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch to give shape to the box handles. So Saffron card stock   and the Owl Punch to make the little chicken,  Wild Wasabi card stock and  the small flower punch in the Itty Bitty Accents punch pack to make the 3 tiny  flowers pasted on the box.
 I embellished the flowers  with a little bit of  yellow irridescent glitter.
I also  used Daffodil Delight Cotton Ribbon to tie the little bow on the box's handles





To make this mini box I used a piece of whisper white  card stock 6"x 6". I stamped it with Hardwood background stamp and using my envelope punch board  I scored  at 2" and 4" and then I followed the scoring lines to keep scoring all around the 4 sides of the sheet.
I  pasted the box corners  diagonally  to the front part of the box so the box got the shape of a shopping basket.
To make this  mini box I used a piece of kraft card stock  of  6"x6", I stamped it with Hardwood background stamp  and using my envelope punch board I  scored at 2" and 4 -1/2"  and then I followed the scoring lines and kept punching and  scoring all around the 4 sides of the sheet.
I pasted the box corners diagonally to the front part of the box so the box got the shape of a shopping basket. 



To make this mini box I used a piece of card stock of  6"x6"  I scored at 2" and at 4" on the same side of the paper. I kept scoring all around the kraft paper sheet  following the scoring lines and I pasted the corners with glue in the exact position to make a square box. Using my Stampin' Up Trimer I cut out the front panel to create a window as shown in the picture.


Check out the list of materials I have used to make this project and click on the image to buy now!



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