Pootles’ Way Back Wednesday Framelits Holder

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator – Pootles’ Way Back Wednesday Framelits Holder

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator - Pootles' Way Back Wednesday Framelits Holder

So it seems that last week’s Way Back Wednesday project was a bit of a hit! The Extra Large version of this is great for holding so many different sized products, not just the large framelits, but larger cards and other bits and pieces.

What was really nice for me to see was the number of people who said they’d made the holder the first time around and that they were still going strong! I’m hoping for the same this week. Oh and the original project is from October 2013!

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator - Pootles' Way Back Wednesday Framelits Holder Side

I am really pleased to have an opportunity to revisit a ‘useful’ box for our pretty things on our desks. I know that I make a lot of giftable projects, so it’s nice to create a project that’s a gift to ourselves!

Have a great Wednesday everyone!



Cardstock – 8 1/4 x 11 3/4 (11″ is fine if you’re working with US cardstock, it’s just the back that will be slightly shorter, it’s not a major issue)

Score on the LONG side at 4 & 6″

Score on the SHORT side at 1 3/8 & 6 7/8″

DSP measures – 5 1/4 x 3 3/4

METRIC Cardstock – 21 x 29.7cm

Score on the LONG side at 10 & 15cm

Score on the SHORT side at 3.5 & 17.5cm

DSP Measures – 13.5 x 9.5cm

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Sam Hammond

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. Very clever Sam, i might be able to squeeze a couple of these sideways onto my shelves!

  2. I loved this project when you made it the first time. I made 3. I need to make some new ones. They are looking bit old lol.

  3. I love these! I have two that I’ve made from your original video, and love seeing them on my desk!! Thanks so much!

  4. Love this! I don’t have thinlets, but I’m thinking I can use it for storing other things, possibly some small papers. Thanks!

  5. Sam……. thanks so much for the cute framelit box idea……I made two in less ,then an hour. One for everyday and one for my seasonal ones. I just LOVE all your cute box ideas………… Keep up the good work , LOVE your website, and its nice to know that we can ALL make mistakes, me included. I live in N.D by the way. Thanks again. Linda

  6. Elizabeth Devlin says:

    Thank you for this. Just came across my original sample and was going to look it up hoping I could remember the name to do another. Love it.

  7. Hi Sam, you have taught me so much and at these aha moments I get super excited. I don’t have the kind of mind to adjust measurements. BUT I needed the box a 1/4 inch wider and I did it . Like I said aha. Thanks you are one of my favorites


  1. […] My project today is a slight adaption of a project already made by the lovely Pootles Papercraft. Those that follow Sam will be aware that the basic shape is the same as her Thinlits/Framelits holders. […]

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