Stampin’ Blends Gift Box

Today’s project is a Stampin’ Blends Gift Box featuring the Follow Your Art product suite!

Here’s a different angle:

The box opens from the top:

And it’s sized to fit a combo pack of Stampin’ Blends in their plastic packaging (and of course without the packaging):

I couldn’t resist using the Follow Your Art Designer Series Paper for this project because of this fun pattern that includes Stampin’ Blends! Without further ado, here is my video tutorial:

And here’s the template:

It’s a quick & easy box to make and you can get 2 of them out of 1 sheet of 8-1/2″ x 11″ cardstock – yay!

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonderful & blessed day!

MEASUREMENTS:

  • Finished Size – 6-1/4″ H x 1-1/2″ W x 3/4″ D
  • Pacific Point cardstock – 5″ x 8-1/2″
    • Score along the 5″ side at 1-1/2″, 2-1/4″, 3-3/4″, and 4-1/2″
    • Rotate clockwise and score along the 8-1/2″ side at 3/4″, 7″, and 7-3/4″
  • Follow Your Art DSP – 1-1/4″ x 6″ (2 pieces)

SUPPLIES (CLICK ON ANY PRODUCT TO SHOP ONLINE):


JUNE HOST CODE – CUNDJZKE

Please apply this month’s host code for all orders under $150. If you place an order of $75 or more (before shipping & taxes), you’ll earn this month’s free gift: Scalloped Note Cards & Envelopes!

  • $75 – $149.99 Order: You must apply the host code to your order to receive this month’s free gift.
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About Julie DiMatteo

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6 thoughts on “Stampin’ Blends Gift Box

  1. I love your creations. I appreciate the templates that you share too. When I saw the photo of the Stampin’ Blends gift box I thought it would be a perfect gift box for eight #2 pencils. So you may want to create and share this idea. You will only get one box out of sheet of 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper, but we all know the scraps can be used in other ways. I cut my paper so that it measured 5″ x 9 3/4″. Just as you did I scored along the 5″ side at 1.5″, 2.25″, 3.75″, and 4.5″. Then I rotated my paper clockwise and scored along the 9.75″ side at .75″, 8.25″ and 9″. The remainder of the project was done exactly as you did it and now I have a box that holds eight #2 pencils. A perfect back to school gift for teachers and students!

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