Monday, January 5, 2015

Vellum Note Card Box Tutorial

Sale-a-bration starts in just ONE day on January 6, 2015. Here is a sneak peek of the Lotus Blossom stamp set that you can earn FREE with a $50 order from Jan 6 to March 31, 2015. Yesterday, I showed you how to make beautiful and easy note cards using the Lotus Blossom stamp set. Today, I'm going to share a video tutorial on how to make a matching note card box to put them in.

Please watch the ABOVE video tutorial for a full set of instructions on how to create my note card box along with many tips to make it easier. I've also included a quick reference guide below, so you can have the measurements handy. All the supplies you'll need for this project are available for purchase or to earn HERE!

Quick Reference:

  • Base 6-¾” x 5-¼” Blackberry Bliss Card Stock
  • Score in ¾” on all 4 sides
  • Cut tabs
  • Use bone folder to crease score lines
  • Use Tombow glue on tabs to create box

  • Topper 6-11/16” x 5-3/16” Vellum Card Stock
  • Score in ¾” on all 4 sides
  • Cut corner squares completely away
  • Use bone folder to crease score lines

  • Belly Band 10” x 1-½” Painted Petals Designer Series Paper
  • Wrap around and adhere on back
  • Tie 16” Blackberry Bliss Stitched Satin Ribbon around belly band
  • Tie 10” silver baker’s twine bow
  • Stamp greeting on Whisper White
  • Punch out greeting with Artisan Label Punch


Stampin’ Up! Supplies
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5 comments:

  1. Such a sweet, sweeet project Brenda; I love it! TFS! :)

    Happy New Year!!

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  2. A stunning but easy gift. Thanks for sharing the instructions for your wonderful box!

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  3. I love the project. The stamp set is already a favorite of mine.
    TFS all the measurements.
    Eveline

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  4. That was really a neat teaching lesson. Thanks for sharing. I definitely will have to try this. Thanks again.

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  5. I love these ...will make for christmas presents.

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