Envelope Punch Board Waffle Box Tutorial

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

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

Sometimes it pays to be a little bit cheeky sometimes!!!! My Dutch demonstrator friends all know that I adore Stroop Waffles (a gorgeous caramel filled biscuit that’s beyond words!), and I’m very fortunate that whenever I go to an event that these wonderful demos are at, they’ll bring me gifts of genuine biscuits! I absolutely adore them and during a Periscope recently, my lovely friend Ilse from Stampin’ Scout asked if I’d make a box for her for some mini ones. Well, I’m never going to say no to that, particularly as I cheekily said I would if she’d send me some. So she did!

Well, fast forward to their arrival and me having to fend the boys off the box, Jacob and I created this box! He’s also made a pretty bag for some lovely mints that Ilse included, but he knew that Waffles were our mission!

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I knew I wanted to use the Envelope Punch Board, so we had a bit of an experimental play and he and I are both very happy with the result!

The project doesn’t work as perfectly with a full 6 x 6″ (15.25 x 15.25cm) piece of paper, you do need to cut it down. But isn’t it fab??

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it, and that Ilse does too!

S xx

Paper – 5-7/8 x 5-7/8″ (14.6 x 14.6cm)

Punch and score on the FIRST side at 2-1/2 AND 4″ (6.4 AND 10cm).

Use the previously scored lines as a guide and continue to punch and score on all the other sides.


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Sam Hammond

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. I love it!! Thank you for the link. Big hug!!

  2. Awesomw project! I adore using the Envelope Punch Board!

  3. Anne Lumsden says:

    Well done to you and Jacob. Hope you enjoyed a great birthday….

  4. Jennifer H says:

    For those of us that can’t get these waffles, could you do an EPB packet to take 2 (or even 3) Lotus biscuits.

  5. AWESOME! I also adore these delightful sweet treats. I squirrel them away and eat them very slowly, hee-hee. There is a Dutch bakery in a small town we vacation quite frequently. They make the most wonderful breads and treats. It is packed with travelers wall to wall most all the time and I discovered them there and bring them to friends. Thanks for creating a pretty package that will make my gifts even more special. Send my thanks to Jacob as well!
    Blessings from the US!

  6. Hi Sam

    What a lovely box. Perfect size for Hershey Caramels as we don’t have your waffles here in the US. I used the Bohemian paper and it turned out adorable. Thank you so much for sharing your talents with the world. God Bless. Thanks to Jacob as well.

  7. Lenoria Kelly says:

    I love this project and the Stroopwafel especially! My daughter brought some back from a trip over there when she was in high school and we all love them and could not find anything remotely like them here.

  8. I’m in the US and just found them on Amazon. Not as fun as getting them abroad, of course, but the next best thing! I think I’ve also seen them at World Market.
    A wonderful project! Thank you, Sam!

    • Penny Laschanzky says:

      where did you find them on Amazon? I’ve been looking but a box will cost me $35 there! yikes…I’d love to know your source….and I’m sad that there is no World Market here in my area (Nebraska). Thanks for sharing!

  9. Renee McClintock says:

    Love the box. Thanks for the video. So great!!

  10. Lucy I McFarland says:

    I had these for the first time on a plane heading to NYC and LOVED them. The stewardess must have thought I looked hungry, ha ha and she gave me two…loved them!!

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