Two tags Box with Clockworks stamp set created by Stampin Up and me.
Hi dear Stampers.
Welcome back at my blog. I am so excited to show you this post.
I created this beautiful Two Tags Box at Stampin Up's Regionals. I love how a simple tag can turn into a tiny little gift box.
The Play Date Cafe ladies have one beautiful Challenge #171 this week, and this gift card box has just the right colors to blend in with all their amazing projects. Please take a peek at their blog, you will leave so inspired.
This vintage timepiece complete with inner workings is just the thing for nostalgic cards and scrapbook pages! Eight-piece stamp set coordinates with the 1/2", 3/4", 1", and 1-1/4" Circle Punches.
Set Quantity: 8
Punch the flower center from the First Edition Specialty Designer Series Paper using the Fancy Flower Punch, spray it with some water on both sides, then scrunch it. Let it dry and adhere it to the the Calypso Coral card stock flower using Mini glue dots.
Stampin’ Up!’s exclusive Two Tags Bigz die helps you create custom tags from any card stock or Designer Series paper. The small tag has a pierced edge; the large tag is scored so you can fold and tuck it into the end. It’s perfect for hiding images or messages, and it will make beautiful gift tags and small Valentine cards. This design is part of Shelli’s Signature Collection.
■ Designed to cut through one sheet of paper or card stock at a time
■ Use with Sizzix Big Shot machine and standard cutting pads
■ Die size: 5-1/2" x 6"
To create the box, use '2-7/8' x '6 - 3/4' Calypso Coral Card Stock; score horizontally at 2" and '4 - 3/4' score vertically at 1/2" and 2 - 3/8". Crease the score lines using the Bone Folder. Where the score lines meet, create a "V" - shaped notch to facilitate folding and assembly.
I hope you enjoyed today's post.
Happy stamping and crafting.
Inky hugs, Pauline
Hallo Pauline,wat een leuk doosje heb je gemaakt.Groetjes JokeReplyDelete
Love your box and tags! I have that die, I'll have to try it!! Thanks for playing at The Play Date Cafe.ReplyDelete
Very neat, I love what you did with that die! Great idea. Thanks for playing along at the Play Date Cafe!ReplyDelete