Beehive Box Tutorial using Stampin’ Up! DSP

Pootles’ Beehive Box Tutorial using Stampin’ Up! DSP

Pootles' Beehive Box Tutorial using Stampin' Up! DSP


Oh I am so excited about how this box has turned out!

I created a prototype of it months ago, but never quite got around to deciding what DSP to use on it. I guess I must have somehow known in advance that Stampin’ Up! were going to be bringing out the ideal papers in the form of Bees!

The look of that paper is just perfect on these, and while there is little else going on in the decoration, I don’t think it needs anything more does it?

Pootles' Beehive Box Tutorial using Stampin' Up! DSP Overhead

Modeled on a Burts Bees box, I can’t take credit for the shape or design of it, but I hope you like that I’ve turned their box into an easily(ish!) repeatable box!

I hope you enjoy the chattery video, and forgive that I took a photograph of the one side with wonky paper….

S xx

Dimensions when finished 3 x 3 x 2″ (4″ to ribbon point) 7.5 x 7.5 x 5cm (10cm to ribbon point)

Cardstock – 11 x 6″ (28 x 15cm)

Score on the LONG side at 1-3/4, 3-1/2, 5-1/4, 7, 8-3/4, 10-1/2″ (4.5, 9, 13.5, 18, 22.5, 27cm)

Make dots/markings at 7/8, 2-5/8, 4-3/8, 6-1/8, 7-7/8, 9-5/8″ (2.25, 6.75, 11.25, 15.75, 20.25, 24.75cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 2, 4″ (5, 10cm)

DSP Panels – 1-3/4 x 1-1/2″ (4 x 4.5cm)


Products used and showcased

Cardstock – Hello Honey, Soft Suede

Designer Series Paper – English Garden

Ribbon – Whisper White Seam Binding Ribbon

Other – Simply Scored Scoring Tool, 1/8″ Handheld Punch

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Sam Donald

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. oooh, another box that will happily house an EOS lipbalm! Thanks Sam!

  2. Meilloune says:

    Great Box !!

  3. This box is fabulous and unique, I’ve never seen one like it, love it Sam. The closure is a bit more involved but the results are lovely.
    Thank you for sharing.

  4. Love it, and of course this is my favorite dsp!! tfs!

  5. Lin Willcocks says:

    Just luv it, luv it, luv it and that is both for the box and bee paper! This is a definite make for my table top sale and I shall put some little pots of honey or honeycomb inside! Thank you so much! Beautiful!

  6. Susan Miller says:

    I love this box. Great tutorial. Will be making this one in my 3-d class.

  7. Daniela Villalba says:

    Beautiful box !!!!! I asked for this type of box and you delivered !!!! you are a genius, thank you !!!!

  8. I love this bee paper too! Great box! Thanks, Sam!

  9. this box is so cute. I have elongated it a bit to fit a larger size votive in it!
    so cute.
    love your ideas!

  10. Mary Jo says:

    I made a box with the other type of opening you mentioned once for a baby toy that had a cylindrical shape. When you roll it, it goes so far then returns to you! It was the perfect shape for it. I added a tag using the old Teddy and Train set! Really miss Bashful Blue. Stamped it with old Polka Dot BG Stamp. I’ll send you a picture!

  11. Hi Pootles, I was so inspired by your Beehive box, I created a lantern for a recent shoebox swap. I gave you credit and a link on my blog and I wanted to let you know! I hope you don’t mind. Have a great day!

  12. Hi Pootles, I love your Beehive Box and was inspired to create my Lighthearted Leaves Lantern and here is a copy of my blog post giving you credit for the inspiration. Just wanted to say thanks!

  13. Williambomi says:

    Appreciate you sharing, great forum post.Really thank you! Fantastic.


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