Happy Wednesday crafters, time for more punch board projects. Today’s projects were created using Stampin’ Up’s Envelope Punch Board. One is a tiny treat holder, the other is a tea bag holder both of which I case’d from Sam Donald aka Pootles of Pootles Papercrafts. The treat box is the perfect size for party or shower treats like mini- Life Savers or Hershey’s Nuggets.
I made my treat boxes from dsp from the Delightful Daisy suite. I punched a small hole and closed the boxes using Gold and White ribbon.
My second project is a a tea bag holder. Truth be told it’s basically an envelope and perfect for more than a tea bag. For example if you wanted to make a surprise treat for your coworkers it would hold a Ghirardelli square or two. I used a 6×6 piece of dsp from the Quilted Christmas dsp stack. I made a belly band out of Real Red cardstock. I used one of the Quilt Builder framelit dies to cut an embellishment for the belly band out of Lemon Lime Twist cardstock.
I think these two projects are really cute. What do you think? Tell me in the comments section.
Now it’s time for business.
Tick Tock, that’s the clock running down on the Merry Patterns promotion. Merry Patterns is a beautiful host stamp set that you can’t buy, you have to earn it. How do you earn it? By submitting a qualifying order of $300.00 or more. With Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukkah right around the corner a $300.00 order can be you and two or three friends ordering supplies to make your holiday cards. You could hold a workshop in your home or online to let a larger group of friends and family order crafting supplies. The order has to be submitted by October 31st. Don’t miss out on this awesome stamp set.
The next order of business is the news about the October and November Paper Pumpkin paper crafting kits. For the very first time two kits are going to coordinate. While they will work as stand alone kits the two kits working together get you ahead of the game on making cards and things for gift giving. Just subscribe no later than October 10th.
Are you enjoying Punch Board Week? I’m enjoying sharing this projects with you. You really need these punch boards.
I’ll see you on Friday with another punch board project. Don’t forget to follow my blog.
BTW, if you want to place an order remember to use my September host code ZDH4DXYP
2 thoughts on “The Envelope Punch Board”
Such fun projects, Robbye! I love the brightness of Lemon Lime Twist in this quilted star! ❤
Thanks Brian, the punch boards are such fun to work with.