3 2 1 Box using Tasty Treats + Plus Technology Success!

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – 3 2 1 Box using Tasty Treats + Plus Technology Success!

Spin it, then Pin it!


OK, I have a huge shout out to my 2 eldest sons, Jack (13) and Luke (11). If you ever have technology issues, ask a teenager and they’ll sort it.

So here’s what happened – in the middle of March I was filming my April projects way ahead of time because of the house move. I wasn’t expecting any deliveries, so I was filming quite happily without having put my usual note on my door requesting that the doorbell isn’t rung. And while filming this video, the doorbell went, almost at the end. It turned out to be an unexpected delivery of SU supplies, but it threw me completely.

I decided to take a 10 minute break because I knew Jack and Luke would be coming home anytime soon. As they came through the door, while having snacks, I mentioned that I needed to film a couple more videos before getting their younger brothers from school and would they mind being super quiet in their rooms as one was a refilm. Cue a conversation about why I was refilming the video to which Luke pipes up with ‘well just film the rest of it and splice it together’. ermmmmm. that prompted a totally blank face from me!

He’s 11. He has a YouTube channel of his own. He does ALL his filming on his ancient Ipod and does all the editing. Wowsers!

Anyway, I did as they said, then they showed me how to splice it all together! Jack is like Luke, he films himself on his scooter, then will sit in the car and bouncing off some 4g in the air, will edit it all.

These boys amaze me!

So it’s thanks to them that I managed to get the project together and not have to lose 30 minutes of reprep and refilm!

I do hope it’s worth it! a 3,2,1 box is a cute one to make, and I love it with the Cool Treats and Tasty Treats decoration!

S xx

Cardstock – 4 x 9″ (22.5 x 10cm)

Score on the LONG side at 1, 4, 5, 8″ (2.5, 10, 12.5, 20cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 1, 3″ (2.5, 7.5cm)


1 of 2-3/4 x 1-3/4″ (77 x 4.5cm)

2 of 1-3/4 x 3/4″ (2 x 4.5cm)

2 of 2-3/4 x 3/4″ (2 x 7cm)

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Sam Hammond

#1 Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. Anne Lumsden says:

    Yes, youngsters are amazing at Tech, mind you they have grown up with it unlike us who have to reprogram our brains!!!
    Love the box Sam.

  2. Great box ,see our boys can teach us a bit of short cut tech,well done jack an Luke

  3. Lisa Sylvia says:

    That’s a very cute box, love it. WOW Jack and Luke, way to go! Children are amazing now a days 🙂 They know more and more at younger ages too.

  4. Ramona Fingersh says:

    Loved the box and the spice was great. I agree totally my son is 13 and knows more than I can imagine about computers. So hats off to them. Hope your move went well.

  5. Very cute little box. That did come together just perfectly. You are so right, kids can do it all where technology is concerned. Thanks for another adorable project!

  6. Adorable box, so many uses for gifts. Great job on the video splice, haven’t done that for a few years myself! Don’t think I remember how 🙂 Bet I would have to ask my son too!!

  7. Christine Geary says:

    Perfect splicing! If you hadn’t said anything I would not have known. There is a very successful demonstrator and I cannot watch any of her videos because the way she splices is so obvious and quite annoying. Yay, Jack and Luke!

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