Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Fold Flat Lidded Gift Box using Petal Garden
So a few weeks ago I shared an enormous box with a lid that is a get around for those moments when the blooming lid is just too big/small won’t fit the base, despite following measurements accurately. I know, I’ve been there and it’s a pain! Having to chop off slivers of cardstock on the base or adding a shim to your scoring board for the lid only to find the lid won’t fit is a crafters extreme frustration.
But…. it seems that my fold flat enormous box has hit the mark and you’re all telling me how well it’s worked!
So step forward, the miniature version!
OK, it’s not exactly miniature, but it’s definitely smaller and where the first one called for a full sheet of DSP in the 12 x 12 size, this one makes use of a sheet of 6×6!
I absolutely love these and can’t wait to make them all with you and see your versions of them. And like the original one, these fold totally flat!
And don’t they look great in the Petal Garden paper with the Label Me Pretty stamp and punch on top?
Have a super day!
Paper AND Cardstock – 6 x 6″ (15.25 x 15.25cm)
Score on 2 sides at 1.5 and 4.5″ (4 and 11.25cm)
MARK on all 4 sides at 3″ (7.6cm)
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