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Scalloped Tag Topper Box using Stampin’ Up! DSP

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Scalloped Tag Topper Box using Floral Paper

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So as we are nearing the end of May, I’m bracing myself to wave goodbye to some of my much beloved favourite designer series papers from our catalogues. They never carry over, so I am on a real use it up binge right now.

When I was making my project samples up, I’d not realised that I’d used Floral Boutique so much, so when I came to film the project, I decided to bring Affectionately Yours into play instead. And actually, this works beautifully with either and as I look at them both, I’m not sure which I love more!

I love this particular box, it’s got a great close, a good size and you can get 3 from a sheet of 12×12 paper or 2 from a sheet of cardstock! What’s not to love!

And when you’ve got a paper pattern as pretty as this, I didn’t want to swamp it with too much stamping, so Me=Grateful gave me a great size greeting for the front.

Now, the question is…. which one do you like the most?!

S xx

Paper – 4 x 11″ (10 x 27cm)

Score on the LONG side at 4, 5, 9, 10″ (10, 12.5, 22.5, 25cm)

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

Panel – 1.75 x 1.75″ (4 x 4cm)

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Comments

  1. Love them both very pretty,very nice Sam as alwaysX

  2. I’m sure you’ve already been told but on your directions you have 4×1, it should be 4×11 correct? It’s easy to figure out since your last score is at 10, just letting you know..I got it!! Cute box as always…

    • Sorry Tilly . . . I had not read your comment . . . it appeared as “no comments”. Have a good day!!

  3. Anne Lumsden says:

    If I need a box or a wrap I always check out your ideas first. I think these boxes are the best this year! I keep looking at that scallop punch, will have to add it to my next order.TFS

  4. Hi Sam!! Cute little box . . . one more way to use the Scalloped Tag Topper . . . love when you do tutorials where I can use my tools. Just for your perfect tutorials . . . the measurement as mentioned in the video should read 4 x 11″. Have a good day!!

  5. Pootles says:

    Oops! All fixed xx

  6. Cute box, I like the scallop closure. Both papers are equally pretty.

  7. Awesome little box, love the scalloped top.
    I’m always looking for cute little boxes for my grandchildren’s teachers and coaches, this one is perfect.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.

  8. Jacqueline Ciolli says:

    Perfect little box for my treats to thank the folks at my work who donated to my Relay for Life! Thank you for sharing all your beautiful little projects, boxes and bags! Hopefully the link to my version of this project will work!
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  9. And again a sweet box, sorry I can’t pick a favourite. they are both gorgeous! 🙂

  10. Adorable little box. Thanks for another fun project and video.

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