Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Large Numbers Gift Box using Inside the Lines by Stampin' Up

Large Numbers Gift Box using Between the Lines by Stampin' Up


Shall I tell you a funny story? 

I made these boxes to send out to three lovely members of my Stampin' Up team who celebrated their first year anniversary as demonstrators in January. 

I made two in advance and then the third during the video. I actually made the first two before the gifts had arrived so I just stuffed them with some bubble wrap so they wouldn't get crushed while I stored them.

Fast forward a few weeks and of course I sent out two of the boxes without the gifts - cue puzzled emails from the ladies thanking me for the box but politely asking if there should have been anything inside!

Can I blame baby brain when Alex is nearly 7 months old?


Anyway - onto the box. I am really pleased with how these turned out. I have used the gorgeous Inside the Lines DSP which you can get for FREE at the moment! Click HERE to find out how.


I also love the pop of colour from the bakers twine and the number, created using the Large Number's framelits - watch the video HERE to see an easy technique to build up that depth.

I made three different colours, Bermuda Bay, Cucumber Crush and Melon Mambo - I think all three look great - do you have a favourite?

Of course I had to make a matching card - come back and see that tomorrow.

If you would like to know more about joining Stampin' Up and how you can get your hands on nearly £200 of products for just £99 - don't hesitate to get in touch, I would love to have you join my team.

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My YouTube video shows you exactly how to make the box - click HERE to view.

 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.









Dimensions:
DSP 5-½ by 11 inches
Score the short side at 1 and 4½inches
Score the long side at 3½, 4½, 8 and 9 inches

2 comments:

  1. I love an idea for using this dsp that doesn't involve coloring all the tiny designs. I think you said in the YouTube video that you had a matching card on your blog - have you not posted that yet?

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