Stampin’ Up! ADVENT COUNTDOWN 11 Envelope Punch Board Candy Cane Box
Oooo, it’s not Christmas if there isn’t a candy cane about…. Or is that just me? No… Surely not!
Ha ha, yes you there in the back, the one with a big stash of candy canes. Share please!!!
Anyway, this is such a quick and easy project, and it uses 3 tiny glue dots to adhere. That’s it. 3 glue dots. I’m so good to you aren’t I?
But, the secret to this is the Envelope Punch Board.
I have to confess, at first I couldn’t see beyond the ability to make envelopes, but the more I played with it, the more things came out at me. Yes, I’ve seen all the YouTube videos of crackers and file folders and treat pouches and boxes made from DSP, but I wanted to make a stronger pouch. One that wouldn’t crease or buckle under pressure.
So mine, and as yet, I haven’t seen one like it, has extra walls, and by their narrow depth, they are remarkable strong little walls!
So, without further ado, here’s the video (CLICK HERE!!!) of the walled candy cane holder that uses a mere 5.5 x 5.5″ (14 x 14cm) sheet of DSP and 3 whole mini glue dots….! Oh and the Envelope Punch Board of course!
And don’t forget, registration is now open for the Envelope Punch Board Class that is going live in conjunction with Envelope Punch Board Week which starts on Sunday!
Products used and showcased –
Designer Series Paper – Seasons of Style
Ink – Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake
Ribbon – Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding Ribbon
Stamp Set – Very Merry Tags
Tools – Envelope Punch Board, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Sponges
This week’s Hostess Code for week ending Sunday is VCD3CFYH and you could win all the hostess £££s that accumulate during the week! One winner will be named at random
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