Succulent Garden Tent Box

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Succulent Garden Tent Box


Oh oh! It’s so pretty!!! I love this paper. It’s been my stand out star from the Spring Catalogue and I can’t get enough of it!

When I was designing my April projects, I had a look back at old projects and found this one from 2 years ago where I’d used the name of the paper (Into the Woods) to lead me on the path to making a tent – tents/camping/woods…. so I used the same theory, hence the ‘garden’ part of it. My boys will camp anywhere, including under my dining table and in the corner of my lounge, so camping in the garden is par for the course.

I know, it’s a tenuous link, but you know…. why not!

The box itself is so lovely though, and quite unusual with the paper wrapper. It’s been copied many times over since and I adore seeing the various versions of it, both bigger and smaller. So as ever, if you’ve made one, please feel free to share your photos with me – facebook, my craft group etc!

My question is though, would you decorate a ‘tent’ with outdoorsy paper??

S xx

Cardstock – 11 x 4″ (28 x 10cm) so you can get 2 from one piece of card!

Score on the LONG side at 3-1/2, 5-1/4, 8-3/4, 10-1/2″ (9, 13.5, 22.5, 27cm)

MARK on the LONG side at 4-3/8, 9-5/8″ (11.25, 24.75cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 2-3/4″ (7cm)

DSP – 3-1/2 x 8″ (9 x 20cm)

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Sam Hammond

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  1. sue gray says:

    certainly I would cover my tent with this gorgeous pattern girlie camouflage of course,! love the box I’m reading this from hotel in Amsterdam going home today didn’t you say you were going have a good time xx

  2. This is adorable! You truly have a gift for making adorable treat holders that are easy to make and always so cute! It’s neat to see that you used the Blossom Bunch Punch to do the flower you added to your project. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I loved this box . . . I have made all the boxes since I found your blog — two months ago . . . I have quite a collection! I am so glad I can use my new Blossom Punch. Thanks!!!

  4. I like the design and shape of this one. Very cute for gift giving, tfs!

  5. Love them!! They scream SPRING all over!

  6. Thanks for this wonderful idea, on my todo-list this afternoon.
    Greetings from Germany –
    Heidi A.

  7. Brill I love this box ,made two already ,I think I might make many more thanks

  8. Debie Jonsson says:

    it’s a girly tent, af course it has to be make with girly paper. Debie from Sunny California USA

  9. Arsenia Wolf says:

    I love the fact you used the punch instead of the die cuts, sometimes I just don’t feel like doing the whole Big Shot thing 😉
    Gorgeous bag!

  10. Very clever little gift box. Thanks for sharing it with us.

  11. Hooked on making these, fun and fast and comes together quickly!


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