Triple Yankee Candle Tea Light Box

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Triple Yankee Candle Tea Light Box

Spin it then Pin it!


How pretty are these boxes?! I love this Floral Boutique Paper and I will be very sad when it retires at the end of the month. I will never forget hearing the phrase ‘navy and white with a pop of bright’. I’ve almost lived by that with the paper!

But I decided to swap out the bright for a pastel instead with the Blushing Bride on the sample I built on camera and it works just as well as the brighter Emerald Envy.

And these boxes are like mini Tardises!!! They hold way more than you’d think!

That fabulous Envelope Punch Board makes it very easy to get a big box from a small piece of card!

Happy Wednesday everyone, hope you’re enjoying a lovely scented tealight burning too!

S x

Cardstock – 6-1/2 x 6-1/2″ (16.5 x 16.5cm)

Punch and Score on the FIRST side at 1-5/8 AND 5″ (4.2 AND 12.2cm)

DSP – 1-1/2 x 2-1/8″ (3.7 x 5.4cm)

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Sam Hammond

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  1. Anne Lumsden says:

    So pretty Sam. I think the EPB must be the most versatile tool in crafting!!

  2. Hi Sam . . . I am so glad I can put to more use my EPB. Are the punch and score measurements for the box as indicated (1 7/8 – 4 5/8)? or what I think I saw and heard in the video: 1 5/8 and 5. Thanks a lot!!

  3. simone mcloughlin says:

    i have the same question as marina… which measurements re the correct ones.
    the ones on the page or the ones in the video?

    cute gift idea… going to use it for thank yous!

    • Simone:

      Hello! Did you get an answer from Sam? I think Leslie also had different size measurements. I did the box and two sides come 1/8 shorter or larger than the other two sides. Will keep on trying. Thanks.

  4. Robbye Hamilton says:

    Adorable box Sam. I’m also going to miss this incarnation of this dsp.

  5. Leslie Markland says:

    Sam, love the box. My tea lights have a tin tray rather than the acrylic and I can get 4 tea lights in the box. I was wondering if the measurements are accurate? It seems that the two sides are not equal, I wasn’t even sure if they were supposed to be??

    • Hi Leslie! I wrote to Simone . . . I also got two different sizes for the sides, but it is funny . . . since there is only 1/8 difference it does not show. . . it shows only when you cat the paper for decoration.;

  6. Lovely little gift box. I’ll have to give this a go, would be lovely for favors at our next crop. Thanks!

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