Transform your Envelope Punch Board into a Box with Deb Valder

Hidy Ho Stampers,

SUCH GOOD NEWS!!!!!! 

1.  The Clearance Rack has LOTS AND LOTS of new stuff on there.  Hurry before it's all gone.  Remember, the clearance rack is on a first-come-first-serve basis.  Ckick here to get ready to shop!

2.  AND the magnetic Platform is now available!  Click here to purchase it.

Magnetic Platform

I've been wanting to show you this project using the Envelope Template Box but I couldn't until now.  I made 3 of my stamping friends a special box to put their special gifts in while we were in San Diego and I needed to keep it a secret.  What do you think???

Envelope Punch Board Box

The one on the left is the "gift" box and

the one on the right is the 3 x 3 Note Card Holder

Envelope Punch Board Box 4

I love Alex and Ani

Envelope Punch Board Box 5

The Claddagh represents Love, Friendship and Loyalty.

Perfect for my Stamping Buddies!

I also made a Note Card Holder out of the same size box.  You can make just about any size box.  Here is one of the other Envelope Punch Board Boxes I made…

Envelope Punch Board Box 2

Envelope Punch Board Box 3

Here is the video to show you how to make it.  If you are viewing this in your email, click here to get you to my YouTube Channel.  You won't want to miss this one.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me!  If youd don't have your Envelope Punch Board yet, make sure you get to my on-line store and order it and add your clearance rack items and DON'T forget those Magnetic Platforms – GET THEM WHILE THEY ARE AVAILABLE!!!!! They are selling like hot cakes and remember all the perks for putting online orders in…

To purchase any of these pieces (plus your clearance rack items and your MAGNETIC PLATE) or any Stampin' Up Supplies, make sure you hop on over to my website and remember to use the September Hostess Code SHYCGB7Y.  I will hold another super drawing on September 15th.  The prize for the next drawing is a set of 10 handstamped cards with envelopes!  You will love these cards, here's one of the cards you will receive!

Backyard Basics

1.  For each $25 you order, you will receive Loyalty Points good towards a free stamp set (go to my blog button,  download the form and keep track of your Loyalty Points)  It's before shipping and tax and hostess dollars/half price items do not count!  (So if your order is $52 before the shipping and tax, you will receive 2 Loyalty Points)

2.  If your order is placed ONLINE in my ONLINE STORE, it's over $35, put in before September 15th and you USE  Hostess Code SHYCGB7Y, I will enter your name in the bi-monthly drawing for a set of 10 hand-stamped cards from me.  So what are you waiting for.  Let's get our Christmas Supplies ordered.  If you do not use that code, your order cannot be entered into the drawing.  If you have any questions when you are putting your order in, just email or give me a call and I will walk you through it. 

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10 Responses to “Transform your Envelope Punch Board into a Box with Deb Valder”

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  1. Kay Jacob says:

    This is a lovely project Deb. thank you for showing me something else I can do with my Envelope Punch. I have been so busy I have not even taken mine out of the box as yet.

  2. Lynda S says:

    Hi Deb, Thanks for a great VDO….however I am sl stumped. I followed ur instructions to a “T”….but when I go to assemble the box…..2 of my sides (opposing) are 1/2′ wide and the other 2 are 5/8″ wide….and therefore when I go to put the box together it is not square…….you also say that ur “inside sq when scored measures 3 1/8″ sq…mine is just sl larger….can you perhaps suggest what I may be doing wrong???? I have used so much CS it isn’t funny. I so love this idea and would love to pull it off!!!
    Thanks – Lynda

  3. Deb says:

    Oh Kay, you need to get the punchboard out and use it…it’s so much fun!  I will have a few more projects coming up!  Stay tuned!  :0)

  4. Deb says:

    Hi Lynda S, did you get it figured out yet?  If you still have questions, let me know!

  5. Lynda S says:

    Hi Deb, No matter how many times I looked and followed the VDO (even step by stpe with CS and punch board beside me)….I still came out with uneven siding….so I made a minor adjustment and came up perfectly, still with the original CS dimension you started with and 5/8″ sides all round. I completed my very first set today. ooxx

  6. Gerjon says:

    Hello Deb, saw your tutorial on you tube,and want to ask how big the box must be to also fit the envelops.

  7. Deb says:

    Congratulations Lynda, but what adjustment did you  have to make?

  8. Deb says:

    Hi Gerjon, that box DOES fit the envelopes for the 3 x 3 cards.  It all works, I have 4 cards in there and 4 envelopes and you have room for more in there.  Let me know if you have any other questions..

  9. Lynda S says:

    I ended up lining up the edge of the CS to the 3 1/2 inch line and punch/score 1st time thru (as opposed to lining up the score line with the marker and then punch/score) and then to make the inner box I lined it up with the 2 5/8 and scored……no punch. Worked very well…..all sides measured 5/8″ (not the discrepancy(cies) I had multiple times thru) and fitted 4 layered 3 x 3s and the envelopes. ooxx

  10. Gerjon says:

    Deb thank you for your fast answer.I go and make all off them.And thank you for this great tutorial.Was to fast with my question.
    Greetings fro the Netherlands.

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