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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Scallop Envelope Box

YUP you read that right! I made this super cute little box from the scalloped envelope die cut! Not only is it cute but it's super easy! And only a minimal amount of supplies needed!

***I got my big shot yesterday and it needed some lovin!!!LOL***

Lets get started! First cut your piece of 8.5 x 11 cardstock into 4's.

Line it up on the die so that everything gets cut...I recomend only doing 2 at a time, otherwise the crease fold gets cut with so much paper...ask me how I know! LOL

Then you fold it at the score lines with the pretty scallop out and the rest folded in.

glue the little flaps and fottom flats together and presto magic you have a box!

I decided to go very simple, I could add a tag, but for thi one I just added some designer paper...one sheet that measure 3x8 cut into 2x3 pieces and some ribbon! add some gel pen dots, some fluff and candy and you're done! Can be used for anything really!

What do you think? Love you love it?

Supplies:

Stamps: None
Ink: None
Paper: real red, Holiday Treasure Designer paper
Accessories: Big Shot, Scallop envelope die, ribbon, gel pen

Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Stampin

May God Bless you today and Always!

Silvia

7 comments:

Dawn Mercedes said...

ooh that is such delightful paper. have you seen these made with acetate sheets? really cool too!

Deb said...

SO cute Silvie! Love it!

Kim P said...

Wow! This is super cute!! This would be a great volunteer gift idea! I better get started!

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

Silvia this is awesome!! I may just have to break down and buy that die cut just to make this!! I love it!!
hugs, Jami

RhondaG -the stampin' bunny said...

Very cute! I love that you cut the paper! (I was dumb and just wrapped a long strip around....yours looks much better!)

Michelle Ramlochan said...

This is so cute! and it seems so easy. I don't have the big shot will this die work in my Cuttlebug..?

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Awesome! I love how sweet this looks & thanks for the directions! :O)