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Stampin’ Up! UK Card Holder Box Tutorial VIDEO

With a rapidly increasing supply of hand made cards, courtesy of my every growing addiction to making them, I needed storage, and I needed it fast.

Like most crafters, space is precious to us, so I needed something narrow and tall rather than short and wide!

This is what I came up with!

Pootles Stampin Up UK Card Holder Box Tutorial 2 (2)

All the measurements are on the video, which I’d love for you to watch, but here they are again, in both imperial and metric.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE!

IMPERIAL

Cardstock 11 x 8.25

Score with the long side at the top – 5.25 and 7

score with short side at the top – 1.75 and 6.5

DSP measures 3.5 x 12

score at 1 7/8 (well, 13/16ths actually!) 3 5/8, 8 3/8, 10 2/8

 

METRIC

Cardstock 28 x21

score along long side at 13.5 and 18

score along short side at 4.5 and 16.5

DSP measures – 8.75 x 30.5

Score at 4.5, 9.3, 21.4 and 26

Pootles Stampin Up UK Card Holder Box Tutorial 3

Supplies used and showcased

Cardstock – Early Espresso, Wisteria Wonder, Smoky Slate

Designer Series Papers – Soho Subway, Afternoon Picnic, Eastern Elegance

Ribbons used – Cotton Trim, Early Espresso Grosgrain, Wisteria Wonder Chevron Ribbon, Coastal Cabana Ruffle Trim

Buttons – Early Espresso and Wisteria Wonder

Other supplies – Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Paper Snips, Tombow, Mini Glue Dots

 

I hope you like it, if you’d like any of the supplies, to shop, or to get a catalogue, please feel free to contact me, and if you’re thinking of joining Stampin’ Up! and my team of Pootlers (that’s them over there on the left!) I’d most definitely like to hear from you!

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Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing your Great ideas, I have just made two business card holders which you kindly shared with us. I am happy how they turned out, thanks to your great explaining. Now I have something when I do my craft show in October, yes it is a long way to go. But you know how much time one needs for preparation
    Here’s wishing all the very best looking forward visiting your blog
    Sheila

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  3. Thanks for this! I def will make 2 or 3 of these cute boxes to hold my cards. I keep making more cards than I can use and this is a very pretty way to store them. Thanks, again!

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