Google+

Tall Wide Box using Blooms & Bliss

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Tall Wide Box using Blooms & Bliss

Click it for a 360° View, Pin it for later!

GIF

Making big boxes is something that I love to do, but I don’t often have ‘things’ to go inside them. I like to design a box for you all that has an actual purpose, but during SpringWatch many people told me that the boxes I’d made for one thing could be used for a number of other things. I do love a multipurpose box! So today I have a large box that is large, just because. Just because I fancied making one. Just because I wanted to showcase Blooms & Wishes. Just because it’s fun!

I reckon you could get a bag of sweeties in there, the ones you buy off a hanger in the shop. Or maybe a pretty silky scarf. Maybe some pampering treats?

But whatever you put inside, a large handmade box is a gift in itself! I know that Mum for a long time, would keep all the boxes I made her. Not so much now, there’d be box overload, but we love to gift and people love to keep!

So this huge box is a lovely one to make and with Blooms & Bliss paper with Blooms & Wishes stamp set, you can’t go wrong! And how about that triangular peak on the top? I love that little extra bit of detail!

Have a great Wednesday!

S xx

Cardstock – 8 x 11″ (20 x 28cm)

Score on the LONG side at 4, 5-1/4, 9-1/4, 10-1/2″ (10, 13, 23, 26cm)

MARK on the LONG side at 4-5/8, 9-7/8″ (11.5, 24.5cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 1-1/4, 6-1/2, 7-1/2″ (3, 16, 19cm)

DSP – 2 each of 3-3/4 x 5 (9.5 x 12.5cm) AND 1 x 5″ (2.5 x 12.5cm) AND 3-3/4 x 3/4″ (9.5 x 2.5cm)

Panels – 3-1/4 x 3-1/4 AND 3 x 3″ (8 x 8 AND 7.5 x 7.5cm)

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!

join

shop

Sam Hammond

#1 Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

You can buy Stampin’ Up! online easily through my Stampin’ Up! shop link on the right hand side, or within this blog post.

You can also join Stampin’ Up! through similar links too! I have various FAQ and joining Stampin’ Up! pages on the blog, so do click around!  

I cover the UK, The Netherlands, Germany, France and Austria with my shop, but also my team too, so you can join me in those countries also!

And of course, you can find me on facebook, instagram, pinterest and on YouTube as a Guru with my account name as PootlesPapercraft, however, I’m scattered everywhere as Pootles!

signature

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 25,341 other subscribers

Comments

  1. verity Pursglove says:

    Love this DSP! What a stunning box it makes.

  2. Anne Lumsden says:

    Love it Sam.

  3. Glenys King says:

    What a brilliant box for book gifts!! Love them

  4. As always, I enjoyed the project. It’s unbelievable!! . . . I thought you had used DSP for the panels and then I saw you had stamped them . . . the same as the pattern . . . amazing Sam!!!
    There is a little “typo” in the measurements: “MARK on the long side . . . should read 9 7/8 and not 9 7/5.
    Love.

  5. Another lovely box Sam, a great size too, tfs!

  6. Great box ,love it ,another one to my collection thanks Sam x

  7. Gloria Westerman says:

    What a great size gift box…I can always count on you for these great ideas…tfs

  8. Sheryl Sgarbossa says:

    So beautiful – thank you for sharing your gift of creativity!! I’m sure I will make this multiple times.

  9. Lisa Sylvia says:

    Gorgeous box, love the pattern, so beautiful.

  10. Lovely box. Thanks for another fun video.

Trackbacks

  1. […] Anleitung zur Box habe ich von Sam Hammond alias Pootles gefunden und für meine benötigte Flaschengrösse angepasst. Die Dekoration habe […]

Speak Your Mind

*

%d bloggers like this: