Envelope Punch Board Ikea Tealight Box Tutorial

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

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Ooooo it’s a cutey box today! I haven’t used the Envelope Punch Board since before Christmas, but one of my new team members asked in the Pootles Craft Forum  about the board and it prompted me to get it out again!

I love Ikea tea lights. They may not have the strongest scent, but they’re very pretty and very easy to work with, so I pulled some out of my Inspiration Drawer and got making. I know I’ve done tea light boxes before, but I don’t remember doing a box for 3 and I don’t remember making one with the punch board either! So here you are!

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

It’s very easy to make, using just 6×6″ Cardstock (15.25 x 15.25cm) and I rather think it shows off the Sale a Bration free paper well!

I hope you enjoy the video, and maybe make some tea light boxes too!

S xx

Dimensions when finished – 4-1/2 x 1-5/8 x 5/8″ (11.5 x 4 x 1.5cm)

Cardstock – 6 x 6″ (15.25 x 15.25cm)

Punch and Score on the FIRST side at 3-5/8 and 4-1/2″ (9.2 AND 11.5cm)

On the SECOND side, align the previously scored lines, punching and scoring. Then do a 3rd punch and score at 4-5/8″

Repeat step 1 on side 3, repeat step 2 on side 4

DSP panel – 2 x 6″ (5 x 15cm)

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Sam Hammond Donald

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  1. Good morning and have a wonderful morning and week ! I had combined EPB with square boxes not rectangular ones. Now, I’ll definately do one of these ! Thanks for sharing it with us Sam x

  2. Isobel Sykes says:

    Love this Sam going to try this later Thank you again

  3. Jennifer H says:

    WWW means

    Wonderful – Box
    Wonderful – Boxalope!!!!!
    Wonderful – Nails match card

    from frosty Hexham

  4. Belinda Litsch says:

    Love the colors and accents! thank you Sam…wish you a colorful day.

  5. Perfect box for the tea lights, thank you!!

  6. Frani MacPherson says:

    The sponge pad is WELL LOVED. Don’t retire it. The box is Soooo colorful!

  7. I love your boxes!!!

  8. Cute box. Papers look lovely in video. ‘Sunny days ahead’ …could do with some of those!

  9. This is so cute. I have quite a few of the IKEA tealights and these would make nice little gifts for friends. The Sunburst Sayings stamp set would work so well with this project! Always love your projects and your clear instructions. Thanks!

  10. Greetings from the US! Love love love this tutorial! It works great for PartyLite tea lights as well – I have dozens upon dozens stockpiled. Love all your projects, Sam! Thanks for everything!

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