Falling Flowers Blue on Blue Envelope Punch Board Box

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Falling Flowers Blue on Blue Envelope Punch Board Box

So I can’t tell you the last time I remember making an Envelope Project, nor can I remember when I last stamped onto cardstock to make my own patterns. But I love to do both and sometimes forget to remember to work with the board or that technique!

So I went for both!

Why not!

I made my original project with Bermuda Bay entirely, but this time I went for a mix up of blues and patterns. I do wonder at whether the gingham ribbon was the right call, but in for a penny, in for a pound….

And how lovely is the Falling Flowers stamp on the cardstock? Just divine!

I did carry that Night of Navy ink on my hand for a little while (oops it’s on the other 2 videos this week), but it’s all gone now. However, I know I’m not alone….!

Anyway, when was the last time you made and Envelope Punch Board box?

S x

Cardstock 5.5 x 5.5″ (14 x 14cm)

Punch and score on the first side at 2 AND 4″ (5 AND 10cm)

Use the scored lines as a guide and keep punching and scoring on the remaining 3 sides.

Pootles’ Picks Shopping Gifts

Everyone who shops with me gets a handmade card and gift in the post. Sometimes the gift is a handcrafted item, sometimes it’s a product share, sometimes it’s something else entirely!

And every person gets that, regardless of how large or small your order is. I am grateful to everyone who shops with me.

I do however also have a Hostess Code and always share the goodies out amongst everyone who uses it. This month, I’m trialling something different.


  • Spend over £50/€65 and receive the divine Metallic Edge Ribbon in Silver worth £6.25/€8.50
  • Spend over £100/€135 and receive the utterly beautiful Background Bits stamp set worth £19/€25
  • If you’d still like to use the code and be part of the collective, but your order is under £50, please feel free to use it and I’ll make sure to pop a little something extra in your parcel!
  • If your order is over £150/€200 please do not use the code as you will be your own Hostess and get your own rewards to spend!




Sam Hammond

#1 Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. Daggi Mosler says:

    So beautiful! Love both boxes! And I did my last envelope punch board box an Saturday…. It’s one of the tools I use quite a lot! Have a nice day, Daggi

  2. Stunning as always! Love my envelope punch board Corenne

  3. Peggy Mitchell says:

    I think that the gingham ribbon looks lovely with the pattered box. Neither the pattern on the box nor the of the ribbon overwhelms the other. They balance beautifully. As always, thanks for sharing

  4. Phyllis Shepherd says:

    Love the gingham ribbon on this. So fresh and gorgeous. Both boxes!

  5. Sweet little box. My son just got engaged, so now I’m thinking of favors for showers and the wedding. Thanks for another great video.

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