Way Back Wednesday No Stick No Glue Box Tutorial

Way Back Wednesday No Stick No Glue Box Tutorial

Way Back Wednesday No Stick No Glue Box Tutorial

So today, well today I decided to revisit a project that was very popular at the time I created it but also as a way to finally begin to end my time with South Hill Designs. I had a great time with the company and adored my weekend mash ups with them. Yes, I still have loads of stock here, but I’m now focusing solely on Stampin’ Up! and my business that I have here. One that I very much love and cherish.

Way Back Wednesday No Stick No Glue Box Tutorial Single

When I first made the box, it was a recreation of their locket box, and yet despite it’s diminuitive size, it holds more than you’d imagine! And of course, there’s nothing stopping you resizing it a little!

Stampin' up! UK Independent Demonstrator Pootles - No Stick Box Tutorial Unfolded

It’s super easy to make, but as I say in the video, this visual here should help you make sure that you’re cutting in the right places!

Have a great day and a great Wednesday!

S xx


Cardstock – 7 x 4″ (17.6 x 10.2cm)

Score on the LONG side at 2,      2 1/2,      4 1/2,      5″         (5,      6.3,      11.3,      12.6cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 1/2,      1,      3,      3 1/2″      (1.3,      2.6,      7.6,     8.9cm)

DSP panel – 1 3/4 x 1 3/4 (4.5 x 4.5cm)

I hope you enjoyed this project, please do use the hostess code to get free product! (hostess code shown in the top right of my blog for the current one!) Learn more HERE. If your order is over £150, please do not use this code as You become the hostess and get the Rewards!



Sam Hammond

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. Love your project. You made me laugh. Hope you have a great day xo

  2. Ooh very pretty, nice shape, i like this very much. Thank you. X

  3. Sandy Salazar says:

    I happened to see that older post the other day, but it’s nice to see how you update your own creations. Still as beautiful!

  4. Belinda Litsch says:

    So loviń it!

  5. This little box is realli amazing! I wanna try to make one!

  6. Sam, how do we know what your stock of South Hill is so that we can make some purchases? I am interested in bracelets…Thanks!

  7. Gloria Westerman says:

    How stinking cute!!! I love hearing you laugh…it makes me happy to know I’m not the only one who laugh at themselves….great job…tfs

  8. Janice Nolfi says:

    Love the box, it can also hold 2 Hershey nugget chocolates.
    Thanks for all the great ideas.

  9. Bonjour, très jolie petite boîte. ..j’adore votre site et vos vidéos. ..bravo
    Je voulais connaître vos suggestions quant aux petits cadeaux à glisser dans cette boîte. ..?

  10. Renee McClintock says:

    I was also laughing along with you!
    You mastered the bow! Woo-hoo! Great job.
    Adorable project. I think I will try and gift a few lip balms with this box.

  11. Pretty nifty! Thanks for another great video, Sam! 🙂

  12. Every single project you teach is spot on – best I have ever seen. Thank you !!

  13. SO cute – love it. So…..since you mentioned it, if I were to make this 3″ x 3″ x 3″ (and since I’m NOT an engineer), would you be able to figure out the measurements?

    Thanks very much


  14. marvellous tut. very pretty .

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