At my classes, I like to have little place setting gifts, a little box or bag filled with goodies. They make a fun "thank you" gift and it's a fun way to show the versatility of the Stampin' Up! products, and show that you can do more than just make cards. This month, I have a dilemma. Not a bad one, it's very good! I have more people taking my Sweet & Simple Sunday Class "To Go" than I do in person! Sending boxes in the mail is not only costly, but they tend to get smashed in the mail. The solution? A fold-flat box that I can tuck right into their package and not worry about it getting ruined.
I love making boxes. At first, it was intimidating, and seemed so complicated. But, that's were videos like the one below come in. Step-by-step directions and someone who breaks down all the steps makes all the difference in the world. I don't ever mind sharing directions or measurements. To me, nothing is more frustrating than wanting to learn from someone else, but they don't give any measurements. I can't learn from that, can you?
And if you'd like the directions for the card in the back ground, you can find them on this blog post from earlier this week.
Cardstock: 8 1/4" x 11"
Scored landscaped (long side): 1/2", 2 1/2", 8 1/2", 10 1/2"
Scored portrait (short side): 2", 4", 6", 8"
Additional Cardstock for Punches
July 2018 - Get Ready for BINGO!!!
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