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Stampin’ Up! UK Easy Stick Treat Gift Box! VIDEO

Stampin up one piece of adhesive treat gift box

If you’re anything like me when you’re making a box, and you’ve got more than one piece of adhesive to think about, you end up all fingers and thumbs and more mussed up cardstock than you know what to do with.

So, I’ve filmed a tutorial on how to make a gift box where you only have to navigate one piece of adhesive. Not, ‘one-at-a-time’ kind of adhesive, just one in total!

Stampin up one piece of adhesive treat gift box 2For measurement purposes to create this box, see the following -

Box

Cut A4 cardstock down to 10.52, and leave the width at 8 & 3/8″

On the long side, score the following -

partway (approx 5″ down the vertical) at 6/8″

full at 1.5″

full at 5″

partway (approx 5″ down the vertical) at 5 & 6/8″

full at 6.5″

full at 10″

Rotate at 90 degrees and score the following

full at half inch

full at 2″

full at 7″

full at 7 & 7 & 2/8″

Cut BEFORE you score!!!

Cut according to the diagram below (click to enlarge!)

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Stampin up one piece of adhesive treat gift box 3For the designer paper fronts, the panels measure as follows -

4 & 6/8 by 3 & 2/8″

and

6/8 by 3 & 2/8″

 

I hope you enjoy making boxes, please do share if you have!

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38-jA9Or6vY]

Products I used -

Lucky Limeade cardstock pg 152

Tea for Two Designer Series Paper from mini catalogue pg 3

Simply Scored Scoring Tool pg 181

1 & 3/4″ Scallop circle punch pg 184

1 & 3/8″ Circle punch pg 184

Confetti stamp set pg 123

Lucky Limeade Ink pg 152

Very Vanilla Taffeta Ribbon pg 172

 

Sam x

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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Comments

  1. Jacqueline says:

    Saw your video on the Pinkies page – going to have a go at this – such a great idea – Jacqueline xx

    • I’d suggest having the enlarged image of my template open in one window and perhaps the blog post in another?! Just til you get into the swing of the measurements, after that it will be second nature. x

  2. Made a bunch of these for favors at my daughters party, huge hit! Thanks for a great tutorial!!

  3. Tried it, loved it…. absolutely in love with all your projects….another fab box :D as usual linked this post on my blog.
    Here is my trial- http://kreativekookiezcrafts.blogspot.com/2014/07/treat-box.html
    Shraddha =)

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