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Crushed Curry friend box using Stampin’ Up! supplies

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Hi everyone,

to kick of the latest projects is the Crushed Curry friend box.  Made with the Gift Box Punchboard its a great size and being made with cardstock it will hold a little weight.  I will be putting the supply list and dimensions below for you as well as a link to my online shop.

The latest projects i have made are a mixture of boxes, bags, gifts, chocolate and sweetie holders stationary and organisation so there will be varying projects to come.

I havent gone ahead and planned each project and when they will come out.  Im happy with each one and i have spent an entire morning making sure i have metric and imperial measurements for each project.  I have written them all out so the projects are coming out on the blog in the order they are stacked on my desk lol.  This one happened to be top of the instruction pages.  I love the gift box punch board its so quick and easy to make a box at the drop of a hat.  I kept it very simple as the crushed curry colour is very dominant.

When the box is made it measures 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ (6.3cm x 6.3cm x 6.3cm) so its a great size box.

So here is the supply list

Cardstock

  • Crushed Curry
  • Whisper White

Stamp set

  • Painted Petals

Ribbon

  • Crushed Curry Chevron

Ink

  • Crushed Curry
  • Pistachio Pudding

Embellishments 

  • Basic rhinestones

Punches

  • 2 3/8″ Scallop Circle
  • 1 3/4″ circle
  • Gift box punch board

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Instructions (easy for me,don’t really have to tell you much as you follow the punchboard

Cut your cardstock to 8″ x 8″ then follow the guide on the punchboard.

First punch and score is on the vertical lined up to the M then score your horizontal and score the Diagonal at M.  

Its up to you when your make your box if you want to keep it as a fully opening box or whether you want to make it a permanent shape.  if you want to make it permanent then just add adhesive onto the inside flaps.

If you have any questions so let me know.

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