Retiring Favorites…Envelope Punch Board

This one I can’t believe! I can honestly say this is the best $20 I ever spent! I have made so many gifts, treat holders, custom envelopes, etc. using this simple tool! It has more than paid for itself and I will hold on to mine for dear life! I’ve had it for 6 years and it is so sturdy for something so lightweight. I’m actually considering getting another one in case anything happens to mine!  I love it that much!!!

Here’s a peek at some projects I’ve made with the envelope punch board. *Click on any image to see the original post with directions how to make.

This is one of my favorites! Mini boxes for Lindt chocolates!

Stampin Up Year of Cheer Lindt chocolate treat holder idea - Jeanie Stark StampinUp

Did you know you can even make custom sized gift boxes using the Envelope Punch Board?! Click on the image below to see how!

Stampin Up Carols of Christmas and Foil Frenzy gift box idea - Jeanie Stark StampinUp

You can make Ghiradelli treat holders too.  YUM!

Stampin Up Fruit Basket Bundle candy treat holder idea made with the Envelope Punch Board - Jeanie Stark StampinUp

Click on the image below to see how I used the Envelope Punch Board to make this card, gift, and envelope all in one!!!

Stampin Up Envelope Punch Board and Fruit Basket Bundle card ideas to hold treats - Jeanie Stark StampinUp

Make custom 3 x 3 note card envelopes.


You can use the Envelope Punch Board to make money/check gift holders.  It’s a great way to step up a monetary gift! Perfect for weddings, birthdays, and holidays!

Stampin Up Sunshine Wishes money holder wedding card idea - Jeanie Stark StampinUp

Stampin Up Merry Christmas to All Money card idea with Joyous Noel Specialty Designer Series Paper - Jeanie Stark StampinUp

I love making custom envelopes to coordinate with my cards!

Stampin Up Sweet Soiree Valentine card idea - Jeanie Stark - StampinUp

I have literally made 100’s of these cracker boxes for holidays, birthday parties, etc.  The possibilities for decorating these are endless!

Stampin Up Christmas Around the World nutcracker treat holder idea made using the Envelope Punch Board - Jeanie Stark StampinUp

You can use the Envelope Punch Board to make fun Zig Zag Edges like on the next two cards!



Here’s another way to make a box to hold a gift or treat.


This last one was my very first blog post!

Stampin Up candy treat holder. Quick & Simple treat holder made with Envelope Punch Board. For directions and more visit

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Check out this video and see how easy it is to use!

Have a great day!
Just Stampin’


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3 thoughts on “Retiring Favorites…Envelope Punch Board

  1. Oh Jeanie, I feel the same way. This was a great “look-back” on what this little tool can do. I hope SU replaces it quickly.
    Have a blessed day. 🙂

  2. I also use this tool often. Your parade of wonderful projects are very inspiring. Enjoy your day!

  3. Definitely agree, Jeanie! This is one great tool with so many great ideas as you clearly displayed. Thank you for your inspiring projects. Hugs!

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