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Saturday, December 27, 2014

Wrap it up!

Boxes that are made with the Stampin' Up! Gift Box Punch Board

I like to give close friends and neighbors a little gift at the holidays. My favorite part is wrapping them up! This year I made gorgeous boxes quickly, with the box punch. I'm so happy that this is carrying over into the spring Occasions catalog!



Here's what's inside: A jar of conversation starters for the dinner table. The printable is from Dating Divas. I printed out 4 copies of the questions and 8 labels. There were PLENTY of questions to go around for the 8 jars!

These are wide pint jars. They are perfect for a 4x4x4" box -- which takes a 12x12" sheet of cardstock. I used the beautifully thick Under the Tree DSP (which is on the clearance rack right now, if you want to pick some up for next year). 

The Gift Box Punch Board makes boxes easy:
Handmade gift boxes

I used some scrap from smaller boxes and a couple of punches to make matching tags:
Quick gift tags made with Stampin' Up! punches

Then I tied the whole thing up with a giant ribbon bow. Beautiful, right?

Hope you found ways to wrap your holidays in joy, too!

Ingredients

Paper

  • Under the Tree DSP
  • Silver glimmer paper (just a teensy bit, for the star! I used rhinestones on some and glimmer paper on some)

Stamp sets

  • None
Ink

  • None

Accessories: 

  • Gift Box Punch Board
  • Tag Topper Scalloped Punch
  • Tree Punch
  • Itty Bitty Accents Punch 
  • Dimensionals
  • Red ribbon from my stash (I used up all of my gorgeous Cherry Cobbler ribbon before I got to these, but you see another gift in the top picture that uses it)

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