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Year of Cheer Specialty Designer Series Paper (reg. $13 /SALE $5.20)
Christmas Around The World Designer Series Paper (Reg. $11 /SALE $4.40)
Merry Music Specialty Designer Series Paper (Reg. $13 /SALE $5.20)
Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper (reg. $11 /SALE $4.40)
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During our weekend away my friends and I visited the Lindt Chocolate Outlet in Pennsylvania. I thought I had died and gone to heaven! They had bins and bins with every flavor filling you could imagine. You could pick and choose to fill a bag with different flavors. My mind was racing …I saw Stampin’ Up! colors everywhere and couldn’t wait to make these adorable mini cracker boxes to color coordinate.
The Year of Cheer Specialty Designer Series Paper was the perfect choice for these gold and copper foiled truffles. These are really quick & easy to make with one of my favorite “must have” tools, the Envelope Punch Board. Susan has been waiting patiently for me to post the measurements for these so Susan, this is for you!!!!
Start with a piece of 4 1/4 x 6 piece of DSP. Use the Simply Scored Scoring Tool (another favorite well loved tool!!!!) to score along the 6″ side at 1 3/8, 2 3/4, 4 1/8, 5 1/2. Turn and score (with the 4 1/4″ side across the top) at 1 3/8. Fold along the score lines.
Next use the Envelope Punch Board and with the short side across the top, line up the DSP at the 1″ mark and punch. *The 1 3/8 score line should be off to the right. You will fold and punch along each score line at the 1″ mark. *You will be punching through two layers each time except the one on the end which will just be one layer.
Next, cut up on the score lines at the bottom to the 1 3/8 score line. Cut off the small rectangle along the bottom and apply Tear & tape on the end as shown below. Fold and adhere the sides of the box then fold the bottom flaps and adhere with Multipurpose Liquid.
Fill with a chocolate ball, pinch the top to close, then tie with ribbon. This is a quick & easy treat for table favors, coworkers, or to give out as you go through the drive thru to get your cup of coffee, etc. I had so much fun making these to go with all the different chocolate flavors.
These snowman wrapped Milk and White Chocolate truffles are a Limited Edition (just like the Year of Cheer Specialty Designer Series Paper which in only Available While Supplies Last…stock up now!!!).
The Be Merry Designer Series Paper used below was perfect for the seasonal Peppermint Milk Chocolate Truffles. YUM!!!!
Do you have a favorite?
You can purchase the Envelope Punch Board and other items used to make today’s projects from my online store. Check back tomorrow to see more projects made with the Envelope Punch Board.
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Welcome to the Pals November 2017 Blog Hop featuring some “Anything But a Card”. Thank you so much for joining us today. Sit back and enjoy the view while the Stampin’ Pretty Pals wow you with projects like home decor items, gifts and 3-D items. Maybe even some card sets.
Whether you’re just starting the hop, or have come from a previous Pal’s blog, you’ll find the line-up toward the end of my post to help you move along.
‘Tis the season of giving! I love to create my own packaging for gifts and when it comes to giving monetary gifts (which seems to be the preference for teenagers and young adults) it’s fun to add a little surprise element. Hopefully this little box does just that! This “never ending money box” is fun and easy to make with just a few supplies…Simply Scored Scoring Tool, adhesive, and washi tape (and $ of course). You can embellish the box as much or as little as you like. Pretty ribbon and a tag do the trick !
My son and two nephews are going up north skiing and snowboarding after Christmas so I know they can use a little extra cash. I thought the gorgeous snowflake paper and sentiment from Merry Little Labels would be perfect for their boxes. It certainly doesn’t look like your typical monetary gift. Take a peek inside…
Washi Tape holds the bills together and you just fold in thirds accordion style to make it look like a lot more $. I heat embossed the label with Silver Embossing Powder and punched another label using the Silver Glimmer Paper. You can use these boxes for more than just money! I used the Large Letters Framelits to monogram my other box. You could fit jewelry, small candles, etc. in the box.
There’s so many possibilities for how you can decorate these boxes. Yesterday I shared a fun set of “dice” boxes I created for my husband’s birthday. They look totally different from today’s boxes yet they were made the same way.
Click HERE for measurements and directions to make the cube box.
Thank you so much for hopping with the Stampin’ Pretty Pals today. Please take a minute to mark your calendar for our next hop on December 13, 2017. Now hop along using the Blog Hop Line-up below. Don’t forget to leave us a comment. We really like that.
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