Baby ‘Scene’ Box Tutorial

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Baby ‘Scene’ Box Tutorial

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Baby 'Scene' Box Tutorial

When I was creating the project here today, I had in mind that I was going to make a box that would be a great gift for a new baby. But for some reason, when I had the Sahara Sand cardstock out and was putting it together, I had this compelling urge to put Rich Razzleberry Butterflies on it. I have no idea why, it just was an urge that needed to be fed.

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Baby 'Scene' Box Tutorial Punch Detail

However, after I posted a photo on my facebook page, saying the same, the lovely Louise suggested that I change the colours to blue and then it could be a box for a baby boy.

So I took her idea on board and that’s how the pretty blue one came along!

I hope you like the video, including the colour confusion I caused myself…!




8 x 11″ (20 x 28cm)

Score on the LONG side at 1-3/4, 5-1/4, 7, 10-1/2″ (1.5, 13.5, 18, 27cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 1-3/4, 5-3/8, 7-1/8″ (4.5, 13.5, 18cm)


Products used and showcased

Cardstock – Sahara Sand, Crumb Cake, Rich Razzleberry, Marina Mist

Stamp Set – Dotty Angles

Punches – Bitty Butterfly, Elegant Butterfly, 1/8″ Hand Held, Itty Bitty Accents, Bird Builder Punch

Other – Linen Thread, Marina Mist and Rich Razzleberry Cotton Ribbon, Basics Pearls, Simply Scored Scoring Tool

Sam xx

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Sam Donald

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