Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Dragonfly Dreams Hinged Slip Lid Gift Box - Video Tutorial with Stampin' Up products

Dragonfly Dreams Hinged Slip Lid Gift Box - Video Tutorial with Stampin' Up products

I love sharing my projects here and on You Tube and I am especially thrilled when that sharing results in somebody choosing to shop Stampin' Up with me.

I really do appreciate every order and my way of showing that is to send a thank you gift to every customer, the month after they place their order. I use the hostess rewards accumulation to help me do this so please remember to enter the hostess code from the top right of my blog if your order is less than £150.

I also love making a special gift box for everybody too - it honestly is one of the highlights of my month.

The box I designed for last month uses one of possibly my favourite stamp sets from the new catalogue .- Dragonfly Dreams, I just can't stop using it!

It has quite a clever opening mechanism and I must admit that the version I share in the video is a slight improvement on what I sent out to customers - I hope they worked it out however

One of my New Year resolutions is to try and use a wider variety of colours - so in the video I use Always Articoke and Delightful Dijon - but I really mixed up the colour combinations for my customers. I hope you liked the combination you recieved.

To see just how the box is made and the lovely gift everybody recieved, click HERE.

f you would like to recieve a copy of the new catalogue, it would be my pleasure to send one to you. Just click HERE to enter your details and I will pop one in the post. 

If you would like to order any Stampin' Up products click HERE and head over to my online store or get in touch directly, it would be my pleasure and honour to help.

If you would like to learn more about the benefits of being a Stampin' Up demonstrator click HERE, I would love to have you join my team.

Caroline x x


Learn all about Sale-a-bration and how you can get free stamp sets by clicking HERE

Card stock - 7 by 6½ inches
Score the long side at ½, 3-1/4, 3-3/4, 6-1/2
Score short side at ½, 3-1/4 and 6 inches.


  1. It's a lovely project Caroline, and thank you for mine, I loved it when it arrived. Such a clever little box and so pretty too! Oh, And I ADORE the elephant! Many thanks! :)
    Karen xx

  2. Miss Caroline--I love all your projects not only because they are always beautiful, but because they always inspire me. I have had a bit of trouble being able to close this beautiful box with a knot in the ribbon. I finally decided to use a glue dot on each end of the ribbon and adhering it to the underneath side along the 1/2" side. Now I'm crossing my fingers that the ribbon stays in place! :)