Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Eastern Palace Yankee Candle Tea Light Envelope Punch Board Box
Spin it, then Pin it!
Black Coconut. That’s the fragrance of Tea Light that I couldn’t remember in my video. Some days my brain just exits the building….
However, regardless of colour, I love that I can make a super quick and easy project that’s lovely to give but doesn’t break the bank. And with the school term coming to an end soon, I’m going to have a load of teacher gifts to hand out soon!
My box of tealights cost me £7, so each pairing of tealights was a little over £1.15 and then with just small pieces of DSP (less than a quarter of a sheet, meaning you can get 48 from a pack of paper at 24p each) and scraps of cardstock, I’ve got instagifts that are gorgeous and look amazing.
I adore using the Envelope Punch board for these kind of gifts and using the Eastern Medallion Thinlits aswell makes quick and simple the name of today’s game!
Have a fantastic day, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing.
Paper – 5-1/8 x 5-1/8″ (13 x 13cm)
Punch AND Score on the First side at 2-1/2″ (6.3cm)
Punch AND Score on the SAME side at 3-5/8″ (9.2cm)
Using the score guides, as shown in the video, punch and score the 3 remaining sides
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