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Flower Shop Pansy Punch Vanilla Box

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Flower Shop Pansy Punch Vanilla Box

Ah, the simplicity of a cream coloured box with simple punched flowers makes me very happy. Don’t get me wrong, I adore DSP and beautiful patterns and designs, but I also love simple. My house is simply decorated with small decorative pieces, and that’s something that I seem to replicate in all areas of my home/garden and apparently work life. I just wish that my 3 younger sons had the same gene…. Jack, my eldest son, is also a minimalist like me. The other 3 clearly take after their Dad who’s a stuff-everywhere-and-anywhere kinda guy.

But I’m digressing here….! I wanted to share a simple box with you and offer up a couple of decorative alternatives using the same elements.

And heck, who doesn’t love the Flower Shop and matching Pansy Punch combination. It was one of the first pairs I ever bought, it was new into the catalogue that was launched shortly after I joined, and having retired 7 of 8 stamp sets that were the few that I owned, I was stocking up, and this one all but leaped into my basket and I’ve never regretted the purchase!

So I’ve shared 2 looks – simple punching of cardstock and then stamping and punching. I think I like the Linen Thread wrap better, but I like both of the floral looks.

Have a super Wednesday!

S x

Cardstock – 8 x 11″ (27 x 20cm)

Score on the LONG side at 1-1/4, 4-7/8, 6-1/8, 9-3/4″ (3, 12, 15, 24cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 1-1/4, 6-3/4″ (3, 17cm)

Dimensions when finished – 1-1/4 x 3-5/8 x 5-1/2″ (3 x 9 x 14cm)

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Comments

  1. Anne Lumsden says:

    Love them both Sam. TFS

  2. Love this box looks really useful. The flowers are stunning great tip for matching up the stamp and punch thanks for that x

  3. Ooooo nooooo but buttonsXx

  4. love the metal buttons cute box happy Valentine’s every one

  5. Diane Robertson says:

    Love the bag in a box you made recently. Could you give some guidance on how to re-size to make a larger version using the envelope punch board?

    Love Diane xx

  6. Harriett Goddard says:

    Love the simplicity.

  7. Very classic looking box. I’ve had this bundle too since it’s start, now I need to use it more, thank you!

  8. so delicate and lovely!
    Cristina
    thehouseoftheblackbirds.blogspot.it

  9. Love this so of course I’ve ordered the punch and stamp set very pretty love both styles xx

  10. Lisa Sylvia says:

    LOVE this box Sam. Thank you so much for sharing that tip, I never knew that and always struggle with punching the stamped image out.

  11. Debbie Perry says:

    Sam, you outdid yourself on this one! The colors are beautiful! Can’t wait to make it. I just made your bag in a box (no Cadbury for me either) for Easter table favors. Now this one for class gifts. 🙂 Thank you again for the great tutorials and inspiration.

  12. Very sweet little box. Thanks!

  13. Ellie McDougall says:

    Hi from Canada, luv the box, going to make one today. The stampset and punch have been a favorite. Always enjoy your tutorials. Do you have a box tutorial for gifting card collections.

  14. Love the simple look but classy result
    Will be making these at the weekend

  15. Classic simplicity, so beautiful as well as beautifully done.

  16. Nannie Annie says:

    Love this box. Thank you. Must give it a try.

  17. Hi Sam
    Two lovely boxes, the stamp set and punch are very versatile. I always enjoy your tutorials. TFS

  18. Lovely Sam, especially the one with the linen thread. Kudos on using the buttons!
    Regards from Canada,
    Adrienne

  19. I thoroughly enjoyed your project Sam, can’t wait to start.

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