Envelope Punch Board Maltesers Box Tutorial
For the longest time, I was a very good girl and stuck to my diet. I haven’t been trying to lose loads of weight, just a little bit, and to try and eat a few less ‘snacks’ in the evening.
And then my birthday happened. Followed a couple of weeks later by Mother’s Day. Then Easter.
It was game over from about a week ago, and I gave up and dived head first into the box of maltesers that my 5 year old had given me for Mother’s Day.
But, I was very good beforehand. To avoid tempting myself, I decided to use this very typical ‘giftable’ box of chocolates in a video and created an envelope punch board box for it. And of course, I then had to make sure it remained intact before and after filming so that I could shoot the photos for it.
I was so good!
I have to confess though, they are now all gone. But they were gooooood!
I hope you like this video, and the very summery colours I chose!
Paper – 9 5/8 x 9 5/8″ (24.4 x 24.4cm)
Punch and score at 3 AND 5 1/8″ (7.5 AND 13.1cm) on 2 opposite sides, and use the score guides to join up the lines on the remaining 2 sides.
Designer Series Paper – Polka Dot Parade
Cardstock – Whisper White, Marina Mist
Stamp Set – Yippee-Skippee
Ink – Marina Mist, Daffodil Delight
Ribbon and Decoration – Daffodil Delight Seam Binding Ribbon, Daffodil Delight and Old Olive Candy Dots
Other – Envelope Punch Board
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