Tutorial Time 2-5-7-10 Box

I had fun making this little gift box.  I am always looking for cute ideas to give teachers and hostesses gifts in and this is one is a perfect size and easy to make.  Enjoy!





Measurements:

Juniper cardstock - 8 1/2 x 11 (landscape score at 2, 5, 7, 10 and portrait score at 2 and 7)
Sorbet cardstock - 2 1/2 x 2 1/2
Creme Brulee cardstock - 2 x 2
Sorbet designer ribbon - 12 inches

I used Life's Creation and Say It In Style stamp sets.




Happy Stamping!




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14 comments:

Connie said...

What a great video! It makes me want to make a dozen.

Erica said...

well, that is cute!!

Tara said...

Very cute...can't wait to make some of them...

Kariberry said...

This is so cute! Nice teacher gift. TFS

Tresa Black said...

Great video! Adorable little box!

Jeanne said...

Terrific video, Kim! What does it mean that I DO have two girls and I struggle with bows??? LOL

I can't wait to try this box! Thanks for sharing.

Jena said...

Fun - I can't wait to try this - and I love the title, helps me remember the measurements without looking up instructions each time. TFS!

Barb W said...

This is really cute, Kim. I finally got a chance to watch it all the way thru. The possibilities are endless with this one! TFS and I love that song you were playing in the background...It's one of my all time favs for Christmas.

Kim said...

What an adorable box and thanks so much for the tutorial! These will be great for holidays that will soon be approaching us....

Shirley said...

I love this little box. I could follow all your directions very easily. After you have several more videos I'll be ordering another DVD.
Thanks!!
Shirley

Crystals Cards said...

Thanks so much for this tutorial. I have to make some boxes for a swap meet so this is perfect. I just have a question about your sticky red tape. I don't own any, but I do have the ATG gun. Would that work? that embossing buddy looks cool too. I always cut around my stickers when i want to pop them up but your way is much faster.

Celeste said...

Love this! I am going to make some for a baby shower.

Karen and Kelli - CTMH Consultant and Partner's in "The Keswick Scrapper's Club" said...

I just tried this and it came out really cute! It's not as hard as it looks either. TFS, Kim and love your little 'words' thoughtout the video, really adds a cute touch! Have fun with those bows!!

Karen

Nikki said...

I love the box. Every time I have made it it seams to be off on the bottom. Im not sure what Im doing wrong. I Watch the video over and over and do it step by step with you and it does not turn out on the bottom.