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Stampin’ Spritzer Holder Tutorial

Stampin’ Up! UK Stampin’ Spritzer Holder Tutorial

POOTLES Stampin' Up! UK Stampin' Spritzer Holder Tutorial 3

Only 25 days left of Sale A Bration 2014…

Well this is one of those projects that was totally unplanned, but it was during a conversation with a customer who’d ordered 10 of them, and wanted a holder that it ended up being created.

Between us, we’d searched for holders in various online locations, but despite exhaustive searches, the best we could find was one that had 20 slots and each hole was way too wide. And don’t even go there with the price…. astronomical springs to mind!

So half jokingly, I said “well why don’t I make something” and that set me off!

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I could see in my head what I wanted it to look like, and then it was just a case of developing the size to maximise height (important for tall skinny things!) and yet keep the width to be able to hold 2 rows of 5 spritzers.

POOTLES Stampin' Up! UK Stampin' Spritzer Holder Tutorial

The video will show the build and punch detail of it, but please do click HERE to view on YouTube or view below.

And yes, days later, I’m still finding those punch outs….

[youtube=http://youtu.be/T8vchTEnFGw]

 

Directions

IMPERIAL

Cardstock – 8 x 11.75″

Score on the LONG side at 3, 5.5, 8.5, 11″

Score on the SHORT side at 1.5, 6.5″

DSP – 4.75 x 1.75 (2 of these) and 2.25 x 2.75 (2 of these)

METRIC

Cardstock – 20 x 29.7cm (full length of A4 cardstock!)

Score on the LONG side at 7.5, 14, 21.5, 28cm

Score on the SHORT side at 3.5, 16.5cm

DSP – 12.5 x 4.5 (2 of these) AND 7 x 6cm (2 of these)

 

Products used and showcased – 

Cardstock – Sahara Sand, Pistachio Pudding

Designer Series Paper – Elegant Eggplant from the Regals Designer Series Paper Stack, Venetian Romance

Ribbon – Wisteria Wonder Chevron Ribbon, Cotton Ribbon

Punch – 3/4″ Circle Punch

Other Tools – Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Sticky Strip, Snail Adhesive

Sam xx

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Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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