Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Magazine Style Storage Box - Ideal for DSP Stacks - Video Tutorial with Stampin' Up Tempting Tulips


I love today's project, it is both practical and pretty - win win win.

You may have noticed that the new DSP stacks from Stampin' Up no longer come with the pages stuck together. 

Great - no longer do you have to worry about ripping one when you tear it off but storage is a little harder.

Step in this gorgeous magazine style storage box. 


I have decorated the box using Tranquil Tulips - this set is causing quite a stir and I can absolutely see why - it is so pretty!

This is a hostess set - which ordinarily means that you have to spend £150 or host a workshop with sales over £150 in order to get your hands on it. 

A lot of you have been in touch to ask if there was an easier way to get your hands on it - or if I might consider making it one of my thank you gifts.

Well - you asked and I listened - shop with me in July and this stamp set will be winging its way to you along with another little something in early August as a Thank you gift from me. 

There is no catch, it isn't a competition, everybody that shops with me in July will recieve a set!

I normally keep exactly what I am going to send as a Thank You gift a secret but as so many of you asked for this set, I didn't want anybody to miss out. 



Back to the box - well it is a really good size, mine is holding 4 pretty full DSP stacks right now but there is probably room for at least another one, if not two more. 

I have made some very cute little dividers to help me keep each stack separated. It also gave me the perfect excuse to try out the new tab punch - doesn't it make them look so professional.

To see just how to make this gorgeous box, click HERE for my video tutorial.

As always, if you would like to buy any Stampin' Up products, you can shop on line 24/7 in my online shop HERE, or get in touch at craftycarolinecreates@gmail.com and it would be my pleasure to help. 



Don't forget the current Bonus Days promotion 
£4.50 to spend in August for every £45 you spend in July.



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. 

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And don't forget the Christmas in July joining offer means you will get a lot of extra goodies absolutely free if you sign up as a demonstrator this month!






Dimensions: 
Card Stock - 2 pieces 8-3/4 by 8-1/4 inches
Score the short side at 2 inches
Score the long side at ½ and 2½ inches
Notch at 5½ inches as shown in video.

Decorative mats - 
2 off 6 by 3-1/4 inches
1 off 1-3/4 by 6 inches
1 off 1-3/4 by 3-174 inches

Dividers - 6-1/4 by 6-1/4 inches. 

9 comments:

  1. Hi, please can you tell me where I. An find measurements?

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    1. Hi Pam - I had forgotton to add them on, I have just updated it now and they are at the bottom of the page.

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  2. Just watched your video and it is a very handy storage box, thank you for sharing how to make it....I will be making one for sure.

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    1. Thanks - it is very useful and I am hope you like yours.

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  3. Hello Caroline
    I love your idea for this but I did not find the measurements on your blog as you said. Did I look in the wrong place. really want to try making one or more of these. Thank you JoAnn

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    1. Hi JoAnn, I have just added the measurements to the bottom of the blog post - sorry it has taken me a little while to get back to you.

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  4. I don't see any measurements again

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    1. Hi Ann - apologies again, they are on there now.

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