Poinsettia Petals Acetate Box, New Tutorials, & Blog Candy!

Stampin' Up! Poinsettia Petals acetate gift box idea - Jeanie Stark StampinUp
Today’s project features the Poinsettia Petals Bundle. The Poinsettia Petals Bundle includes the Poinsettia Petals Stamp Set and Poinsettia Dies. Each month I feature a new stamp bundle and offer 3 exclusive card tutorials with a minimum $40 or more online order. This month I’m including a BONUS tutorial to make today’s 3D project! . And there’s more…if you order the Poinsettia Petals Bundle you’ll also get a card kit to make one of the cards included in the tutorial. Be sure to read all about my Just Stampin’ Rewards  and a chance to win some “blog candy” below.

Here’s a look at this month’s featured set, the Poinsettia Petals Bundle.Stampin'Up! Poinsettis Petals Bundle - for inspiration and tutorials visit juststampin.com - Jeanie Stark StampinUp
Did you know you save 10% when you purchase the bundle? The sentiments and fonts in this stamp set are one of my favorites this holiday season! And I love these dies! They cut and emboss. Here’s a little tip: Put a piece of removable tape (or sticky note) to to keep the petals and outline together to cut and emboss at the same time with just 1 roll through the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine! It is quick & easy!Stampin' Up! Poinsettia Dies - for tips and inspiration visit juststampin.com - Jeanie Stark StampinUp
Here’s a close up of the beautiful detailed embossing.Stampin' Up! Flowers For Every Season & Poinsettia Petals acetate gift box idea - Jeanie Stark StampinUp
I created a similar box for my Just Stampin’ Card Kit and 3D Project Buffet to go last month.  This was the 3D project included with the card kit.(*You’ll want to sign up for my special Holiday Kit this month. Details to come!)Stampin' Up! Flowers For Every Season Acetate Gift Box - Jeanie Stark StampinUp
I am having so much fun making these for gifts. I love how simple t is to decorate the acetate boxes for different occasions. Each box can hold 5 3×3 cards plus envelopes. And there is so much more you can put in these boxes! Check back to see what I’ve put in some of mine! (I made one for my daughter’s birthday next week and I don’t want to spoil her surprise.) I’d love to hear your ideas for what to put in the box. Leave a comment below and I will pick a random winner to send a kit to make today’s poinsettia box project. I’ll post the winner on Tuesday (with my daughter’s card & gift). I have several family birthdays this month! Check back tomorrow to see what I made for my husband’s birthday.

You can purchase any of the products I used to create today’s project from my online store.  Click HERE or on the images below to shop! *Orders of $40 or more receive EXCLUSIVE monthly tutorials (via email) featuring the Poinsettia Petals Bundle.

Have a great day! Stay safe! Stay well!

Just Stampin’

Jeanie

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Stampin' Up! Quite Curvy Variety Bundle - visit juststampin.com for ordering and inspiration - Jeanie Stark StampiUp
Have you seen all the project inspiration using the Quite Curvy Variety Bundle? The Quite Curvy Bundle will be available in the January-June 2021 Mini Catalog but you can get it now during the Stampin’ Up! early release. However, The Curvy Christmas stamp set and Classic Christmas 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper will only be available during the Early Release period – November 3 through January 4!

Click HERE to view/print the flyer with all the details or Click HERE to view my previous post for project inspiration!

Just Stampin’ Rewards

I appreciate each and every order! Here are the things you can expect when you place an online order with me in November:

  • Handmade thank you card in the mail with any order.
  • 3 FREE Exclusive Tutorials PLUS 3D Project Tutorial (shown above) featuring the stamp/bundle of the month when you order $40 or more (before tax & shipping).  New tutorials every month! November tutorials  feature the Poinsettia Petals Bundle.
  • Poinsettia Petals card kit –  Purchase the Poinsettia Petals Bundle and get a free card kit to make one of the cards featured in the tutorial. *Click on the image below to purchase.

10 thoughts on “Poinsettia Petals Acetate Box, New Tutorials, & Blog Candy!

  1. Hi Jeanie, Love this box. It is beautiful. Besides cards, I would put Ghirardelli candies ( salted caramel delicious!) and /or jewelry gifts. I love all of your kits. Thanks

  2. This is a cute box to put many things in for a surprise treat ! Hershey mini bars , gift cards , money , cute stickers. Wonder if Tic Tacs or Bath and Body little hand sanitizer would fit ?? I will try when I get my card kit this month ! I have that tag punch so I guess I will have to order some of the acetate boxes to put some of these together !
    Thank you for such a cute project to try !!

  3. Chocolate is always good. But, I have found some Dutch letter scones a friend makes and sells. One would just fit. Dutch letters are pastries made here in the shape of an “s” with an almond paste filling. I am not a huge fan of those as they are really sweet but darn the scones are so good. If I can’t figure out the recipe I might just go with the famous Susan Itell cookie!

    Either way I will be making some of these. Oh crap, I just placed an order and forgot to see how many I have left of those boxes. Such a fun idea. Might add ribbon for handles too.

  4. How adorable these little boxes are! You could put anything in them for a personalized gift. Thanks for sharing.

  5. I wonder if you could get a face mask folded enough to fit in the box. I just love the poinsettia set, great idea and thanks for your inspiration Jeanne!

  6. I love using the poinsettia on the box. So beautiful. I’m thinking I can make boxes for the grandgirls, putting in stickers, markers, a glue stick and a couple 3×3 card bases. Maybe some paper scraps, depending on the room! Gotta support their crafty side! TFS.

  7. I think it would have so be some chocolate for me…but many things would fit…Easy and quick to make.. your daughter will LOVE it! .thank you

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