Super Tiny Box Tutorial using Stampin’ Up! Supplies

Super Tiny Box Tutorial using Stampin’ Up! Supplies

Super Tiny Box Tutorial using Stampin' Up! Supplies


Okay, ‘fess up, who doesn’t love things that are super mini?

I know that I’m definitely not alone, and my box today is super duper mega mini!

It measures just 1-1/8″ around (3cm) and brings into full use a much beloved tool for the DSP panelling!

Super Tiny Box Tutorial using Stampin' Up! Supplies close up

I am showing off more of that gorgeous Cherry on Top paper, but I have recreated it in Painted Blooms. One is coming soon, the other is leaving us soon. Oh it’s just so bittersweet isn’t it!

So on with the video, I hope you like it and my showcase of mini punch outs too!

S xx


Dimensions when Finished – 1-1/8″ (3cm) on all sides

Cardstock – 5 x 3-3/8″ (13 x 9cm)

Score on the LONG side at 1-1/8, 2-1/4, 3-3/8, 4-1/2″ (3, 6, 9, 12cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 1-1/8, 2-1/4, 3″ (3, 6, 8cm)


Products used and showcased

Cardstock – Cucumber Crush, Rose Red and scraps of Watermelon Wonder and Blackberry Bliss

Designer Series Paper – Cherry on Top, Painted Blooms

Punches – Tree Builder and Owl Builder


Sam xx

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  1. Cute box ! Are these DSP’s from the new catalogue ? They’re awesome !

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  2. marie0112 says:

    FYI, I can’t get open and get sound on the video on this blog, but could on YouTube. Cute little box. Thanks for sharing

  3. Lynda S says:

    HUGE and massive congrats on this teeny tiny sensation. Love it to bits Sam ooxx

  4. Cute tiny box. Love it. No problems watching the video on your blog. Thanks for all you do.

  5. Super cute!! Will make these for sure! Love the new dsp and punch too!! 🙂

  6. Diana W. says:

    Such a sweet box. I was able to see the new Cherry on Top DSP the other day and it is amazing. Love the new 6×6 size. Still am sad that the Painted Blooms is not going to be repeated. It has to be my favorite. But so glad to see the new items that are going to come out in the new catalog. And better still, to see what you will be making in the future! I so look forward to your tutorials.

  7. Oh Sam, I love everything that is teeny, tiny and adorable like this box. I don’t know why I thought of Christmas as I was watching the video, since we are still in the middle of Spring but, I was picturing this little boxes, housing maybe a cute little bracelet or ear rings, charms, pendants from South Hill, hanging on my Christmas Tree. The sky is the limit as to how you’d decorate them, simply fabulous. I think this is the smallest box you’ve ever made, I just love it. Thank you so much for sharing.
    By the way, the new green color coming soon, is my favorite. Thank you for the sneak peek. 😉

  8. Oh Sam, this is darling and the perfect size for a couple of charms or droplets. I definitely have to CASE this.

  9. Mary Jo says:

    Robbye I was thinking the same thing as I was watching the video!!!
    Cant wait to try it out with a few charms.
    Nice way to get someone interested in hosting!
    Thank you once again Sam. Watching your videos is one of the nicest ways to spend time!!!

  10. amjpeace (Annie Jasper) says:

    Cute little boxes! Another ideal embellishment would be the tiny butterflies from the Beautiful Wings Embosslits Die (currently in the retiring list) or the tiny hearts embosslits (which I think is already retired.) This tiny box’s closure is so much less bulky than an ordinary milk carton type box! I love it, and may try making some in larger sizes. Thank you for the inspiration, Sam!

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