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Party boxes using Stampin’ Up! supplies

birthday box 1     birthday box 2

Good Afternoon and happy Friday!!

As you know its my favourite day of the week.  Today’s project is a little party box, I got the inspiration while shopping for my daughters birthday and i kept coming across cute little party bag gifts.  My daughter is to old now for party bags but at least my son is still able to enjoy them.  So this box holds a packet of sweets, bubble mix and some snap cards but obviously you can fill it with whatever you like.

I used the new in colours so its completely unisex so brilliant for all kids.

Project supply list.  

All products can be ordered by CLICKING HERE

  • Cardstock, Watermelon Wonder, Delightful Dijon, Cucumber Crush and Whisper White
  • Ink, Watermelon Wonder, Cucumber Crush
  • Stamp set, Remembering your birthday
  • Punches, Banner, 1″ Circle, Decorative label
  • DSP, Cherry on top

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Measurements 

Cardstock to measure 6″ x7″ (15.2cm x 17.7cm)

With the 6″ side along the top score at 1″ and 5″ (2.5cm and 12.7cm)

Turn the cardstock and with the 7″ side along the top score at 1″, 3″, 4″ and 6″ (2.5cm, 7.6cm, 10.1cm and 15.2cm) 

Keeping it with the 7″ side at the top trim up all 4 vertical scorelines up to the horizontal score line then repeat on the opposite side.  Give each of the tabs a light trim so it gives a better fit. 4of the tabs should be adhered to one large section then the two tabs should be adhered to the other large section this will form the top and bottom and the top should fold over.  The DSP should measure 3 7/8″ x 1 7/8″ ( 9.8cm x 4.7cm) 

Have a wonderful weekend

Suzy x

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