Envelope Punch Board Floral Box Tutorial

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Envelope Punch Board Floral Box Tutorial

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Envelope Punch Board Floral Box Tutorial

Ooooo, I love this project!

I designed it at the start of last year, when I was working on Easter projects, and have never yet recreated it.

I see it cased a lot on pinterest and other people’s blogs, so I decided to do it again myself with our pretty new floral background stack paper.

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The domed part is what I think appeals to most people, me included, and it was the perfect shape to show off the pretty flowers.

Aren’t they lovely??

I hope you enjoy the video, and the recreation of a much beloved project!

S xx



DSP – 6 x 6″ (15.25 x 15.25cm)

Score on the FIRST side at 1.5″ (3.8cm)

ROTATE and score at 3″ (7.6cm)

ROTATE and score at 1.5″ (3.8cm)

ROTATE and score at 3″ (7.6cm)

Go around the 4 sides and PUNCH only to join up the lines. As per video….


Products used and showcased

Cardstock scraps – Whisper White, Island Indigo, Rose Red

DSP – Neutrals Designer Series Paper Stack

Other – Envelope Punch Board, Tree Builder Punch, Brad Bases, Candy Dots, Handheld Punch


Sam xx

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Sam Donald

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  1. Susan Miller says:

    Thanks for doing this one again. Love, Love, Love the new paper stacks. Very sweet and lovely prints.

  2. This is so cute! Love it!

  3. LOVE IT……..Thanks SAM…..Made the one you had for Easter too. Getting my NEW catalog Sunday…………..OMG. LINDA ..

  4. love this little ‘bendy’ box sam i can see me making a few of these when i order my ‘pretty petals’ soon! Love all your projects and have made various boxes and bags for the local charity shop and Royal British legion. A thank you to you and your boys for my prezzie recently – amazing what you can do with a small amount of paper!

  5. Cathy Youngs says:

    Lovely, Sam, and looks so easy! I’m going to love making these for gifts! Thank you.

  6. Hi Sam. Love, love, love all your boxes – you do such a nice job and I thank you so much for sharing. I wanted to try making this box a bit bigger and these measurements worked: 8″x8″ DSP, first score at 2.5″ and second at 4″ and then of course do everything else as you say. Thanks again Sam – your blog is one of my very favorites!

  7. Hi again. 10″ x 10″ DSP with a first score at 3.5″ and second at 5″ also works. Thanks again for all the gorgeous things you make and share!

  8. I made quite a few of these when you featured these last time, and I’m so psyched that they used up the whole piece from the 6×6 paper stack.

    Can you please feature more projects using the 6×6 paper stacks? Thanks!

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