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Sending Love Fold Flat Box for Soaps and More!

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Sending Love Fold Flat Box for Soaps and More!

I love a pretty box that’s useful for a couple of different things, and so this is one of those!

A great box for valentine’s goodies – sweeties and treats and goodies or jewellery….. or, with a change of decoration, one of those fabulous boxes that soapmakers and chandlers need for their beautiful creations.

I have many chandler and soaper friends and I know that they struggle to find boxes that are the right size for their products – often they’re the wrong size by a long way or you have to buy thousands at a time. So my box is a good size finishing up at 3.5 x 2.5 x 1″ (9 x 6.5 x 2.5cm) which is good for them but also good for those of us who just want to stuff them with treats!

And again, with my friends in mind, but also those who like to mass produce boxes, these have been designed to fold totally flat for easy storage and then you can just pull them out when you need them! Plus you can get 2 from a sheet of cardstock…. versatile and frugal all in one!

I decided that with Valentine’s Day rapidly approaching, that I’d pull out the Sending Love suite with that stunning paper and the adorable stamps and framelits. Aren’t they cute? We all love things in miniature, and I am just a bit squeaky excited about those tiny envelopes!!!

Have a great day everyone!

S xx

Cardstock – 8 x 5.5″ (20.5 x 14cm)

Score on the LONG side at 1, 3.5, 4.5, 7″ (2.5, 9, 11.5, 18cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 1, 4.5″ (2.5, 11.5cm)

DSP – 3.25 x 2.25″ (8.5 x 6cm)

 

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Comments

  1. thanks for your box. I like it.
    Have a nice day.
    Martine from France

  2. Lovely project!
    When will the paper share be going out please? Can’t wait…..

  3. Absolutely adorable!!!
    Cristina
    thehouseoftheblackbirds.blogspot.it

  4. Love the box, thank you!

  5. Just tried it out and it is indeed a fast and easy box.
    Thank you gor sharing Sam

  6. Great box Sam – I LOVE your videos!! Thank you so much!

  7. Shari meyer says:

    I’m a bit obsessed!!! Love it!!
    Shari, Maryland, USA

  8. Sylvia Pelekane says:

    Thank you for sharing every aspect of this project!
    I appreciate your details!!
    Thank you again!

    Sylvia

  9. Darling box. You are the clever one.

  10. Lovely box ,thanks ,just a quick question why are my stamps not sticking to my blocks very well ???xx

  11. Claire Ventre says:

    Great box! Great video! Great bow!

  12. Hi Sam, I received the new catalogue. Thank you so much!!
    I love all of your tutorials and I´m always exited when you make a new one.
    Hugs from Germany
    Christiana / Phantasiana

  13. Lisa Sylvia says:

    Darling box, love it.

  14. Debie Jonsson says:

    Sam you are a sweetie when it comes to boxes and bags. I save EVERT tutorial. This one is no exception, and it folds flat to boot. I’m in love Debie from sunny Calif. USA

  15. I loved your video (thank you), as I always do! Thanks for sharing all that you do, you’re terrific! Hugs!

  16. Lovely little box, will be great for a little Valentine gift. Thanks for another great video.

  17. Lucinda-Luise Page says:

    I love your box! it is so versatile…I am like your other crafty friends as I make jewelry. I was afraid at first the box would be too c
    small, but it’s perfect! I have made a card that fits flat in the bottom with notches for a chain, with the pendant falling to the middle of the box. The same card will hold earring cards so the earring will fall across the middle of the box, and even my rigid bracelets will fit in this box, which, thanks to you, I can now make myself! My own demonstrator told me to follow you, she was so right! I tried to subscribe, but didn’t get the email back yet. Hi from Canada!

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