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Playing with Gift Box Punch Board + Giveaway

Hello everyone! I hope that you are having a wonderful holiday season? Popped in to share a few boxes I made with the new Gift Box Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers. Video Demo As a box lover, I am excited about all the new punch boards. Here are three things I like the most about the Gift Box punch board: It does not require any additional supplies except a paper trimmer. No adhesive needed. Because of the design, the finished box is sturdier than a common scoring board box. We can make boxes up to 4″x4″x4″. (The box dies on the market today usually make boxes no bigger than 2″x2″x2″). Watch the video below or in HD on YouTube. An Alternative Shown in the video was one way to finish the box. I would like to share an alternative here. 1. Score, Punch and Fold I trimmed letter-size […]

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[Video + Photo Tutorial] DIY Octagon Box/Frame with Free Patterns (PDF & .studio)

Hello everyone! Following the Halloween Activity List I shared here, I’ve made a Boo Street Halloween decoration for the Pebbles Blog! I would like to share how I made the octagon boxes (frames). You can prepare the squares with your scoring board or download and cut the squares with the .studio file I have put together for your Silhouette. Preparation: Cut 6 Squares – [Option 1] Download the PDF pattern here. Please find the preview below. We will need to prepare 4 of the [1] square and 2 of the [2] square. You can pre-score the fold lines for crisp folds. – [Option 2] Download the .studio cutting file here. Please find the preview below. I’ve included all 6 squares needed in the file. The last two squares are for the top and bottom covers with which you can choose to cut on some different patterned paper. Folding/Assembly Steps: [Video Tutorial] [Photo Tutorial] […]

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Pebbles – 3D Flower Gift Box – Back to Basics Blog Hop & Giveaway

Hello everyone! Welcome to Pebbles Back to Basics Blog Hop! We are focusing on Pebbles Basics Line today. I did some mix-and-match on this 3D flower top gift box. All of the paper I used are from Basics Medium Weight Paper Pad 12″X12″. There are 6 patterns in 8 colors in this pad. I love that there is a cute floral pattern (as seen in purple here) among the other timeless basic patterns: swiss dot, polka dot, zigzag, gingham and notebook paper. Look how well the colors go together! The circled hello is a chipboard shape from Basics Chips Printed Chipboard Pieces. The pink flower center is from Pebbles Candy Dots: Bonbons. The Twine is from American Crafts Baker’s Twine Value Pack ( which is a great color match to the Pebbles Basics paper pad). The box was cut by Silhouette. All the score lines are actually perforated by the […]

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Dad’s Gift Card Holder with Free Box Pattern

Hello everyone! Popped in to share a dad’s gift idea for GCD Studios. You can find the free box pattern download link at the end of this post. Supplies: All from Special Delivery Collection. Heidi Paper #2041; Calvin’s Race Paper #2039; George Paper #2037; Jack Paper #2043; Sincerely Yours Paper #2044; “I love you” & “No. 1″ sticker from Label Stickers #2052; “dad” spelled using Alpha Stickers #2051. I modified my heart top box pattern and made a new Collar Top Gift Card Holder Pattern. The assembly steps are pretty much the same so you can refer to the other post if you have any problem putting it together. Have fun! FREE DOWNLOAD Please link to this post and not the file directly, thanks! Collar Top Gift Card Holder Pattern (Support WF by registering and download here.) Collar Top Gift Card Holder Pattern (Just want the file? Use this link.) Please note that […]

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N&T May Release – Across the Card

Hello everyone! Welcome to Neat and Tangled May Release. Today is for Across the Card set. Across the Card is a stamp set with simple and elegant sentiments that can be stamped across a card both vertically and horizontally. I had a play with it to stamp on favor boxes: Love the texture the strips add to a project. Click on over to Neat and Tangled blog for more inspiration from the amazing DT girls! Thank you for stopping by! Happy Crafting!

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