Stationery Box Class

September 3, 2008 at 12:34 pm | Posted in Accessories- Designer Series Papers, Events, Projects, Stamp Sets, Stampin' Up! | 2 Comments

Oooh, I am loving the new Urban Garden Designer Papers!  They are gorgeous!!

Just look at what I made with them!  It is a stationery box that holds 4 full-size cards (w/ envelopes), 4 3×3 cards (w/ envelopes), 4 tags, a notebook to keep track of birthdays, or who’ve you sent cards to, and a pocket to hold postage stamps.  Isn’t it beautiful?

You can make this very same stationery box at my class on Saturday, September 27th @ 2PM.  For only $20! you will make everything pictured here.  You will receive the templates with instructions at the class.  Then it will be easy to make more boxes at home.  Wouldn’t these make terrific gifts?  (RSVP & Prepay by Weds 9/17.)

 stationery box 1 by you.

stationery box 2 by you.

stationery box 3 by you.

Class participants will need to bring: a paper cutter w/ a scoring blade, Sticky Strip, Snail Adhesive, and Paper Snips (or other scissors).  If you need to order these items, please let me know by 9/17 and I will have them waiting for you at the class.  Thank you!

The credit for the idea of this fabulous box goes to Jackie Topa.  Thanks, Jackie!


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  1. Everything looks great!

  2. Don’t you just love these stationary gift boxes! I have made a couple of them but cut down on the stuff I put into them. I realized that you can include whatever you like in them. I love the colors you used and the cards, tags and books that you made to put in it. To me that is the hardest part.

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