Posts Tagged ‘Envelope Punch Board’

Envelope Punch Board

Sunday, November 22nd, 2015


Monday only, the Envelope Punch Board will be 30% off in my website SHOP.   Mine has been used a lot recently.  Here’s one of our latest cards from class.  I wanted to make a money or gift card holder and a 3×6 card was just the right size.  We used the envelope punch board to make a matching envelope from the Real Red Envelope paper – just $6 for 20 sheets in the Holiday Catalog.


The complete list for the Online Extravaganza is HERE.  I will be sending out $35 in brand new (but retired) product grab bags for each $50 order using this hostess code:  HTMTQMT7


Today’s Tips:

-not shown in the photo – the top and bottom flaps of the envelope will be slightly too long – you can cut them off or use the Curvy Corner Trio punch.

-We used the kissing technique with the “Your Presents” stamp set to get the plaid background on the middle gift.  Just ink the stripes stamp, kiss to the present stamps and repeat at a 90 degree angle.


And here are 2 cards we made at the Stampin’ Up! convention last July with the same kissing technique and envelope paper.



Envelope Punch Board Box Tutorial

Monday, March 24th, 2014

Here’s another fun project using the Stampin’ Up! Envelope Punch Board. It’s just the right size for a Cadbury Creme Egg treat!
No fussy cutting and just 2 glue dots to assemble this little box.

Today’s Tips:

– Start with a 6 x 6″ piece of designer paper or cardstock.
– Follow the Envelope Punch board instructions, but with 2 scores and punches for each side. Start with 1-3/8 and 4″ on the first side, and then rotate 90 degrees and use the score guide for the other 3 sides.
-Pinch in the corners (see photo) and then fold over the flap, securing with a glue dot. Repeat for the other side.
-If desired, you can fold the diagonal flaps outward for a different look.
– Use any small punch (here 1/2 inch circle and Little Labels) to make a slot for the ribbon.

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Envelope Cards

Friday, March 21st, 2014

Here’s another project from my last class. I gave everyone a sheet of the (FREE) Sale-a-Bration Designer Series Paper and they got to choose which size of card to make. With the Envelope Punch Board, you can make all sorts of sizes. Here I did a money holder (3 x 6 1/2) and a 4 x 4 card, both with a cute belly band.

Today’s Tips:
-Remember to follow the instructions on the board. You only measure the first side, the others are lined up on the score guide.
-For the money holder, you will have to trim off the longer flaps a bit.
-Adhere the card to the inside of the envelope and close with the belly band (just a strip wrapped around).
-This is a fun way to make a gift card for many occasions.

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Creative Crew Challenge 2

Sunday, March 2nd, 2014

I am currently on the Creative Crew Design Team for You can search the website gallery or pinterest page for CreativeCrew to find all the challenge projects.

March Challenges – Share What You Love
Stampin’ Up’s Statement of the Heart: To love what we do and share what we love, as we help others enjoy creativity and worthwhile accomplishments . . . in this we make a difference!

Challenge 2: Catalog Focus:  Envelope Punch Board

Today’s Tips:

-Make a card box with the punch board – pin the chart for easy reference

Here’s a previous tutorial on how to make the boxes:

-Use either of the Tag Topper Punches to make a belly band for your box

Here I used a 2″ x 8-1/2″ piece of Basic Black Cardstock and scored at 1-1/2 and 2-1/4 inches from each end.


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Tutorial – Stampin’ Up! Punch Board Card Boxes

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

I’ve seen several of these card boxes (thanks Janet, Angie, Patty) and wanted to gather my measurements together to make any size box.  These are so quick and easy using the new envelope punch board by Stampin’ Up!

In the chart, I have posted the measurements for our commonly used card sizes.   It looks like you can make any size box by looking on the chart on the board itself.  Add one inch to the paper size, use the same score size for the first score and add one inch to the second score size.  Let me know if this chart is helpful.

Here are some photos to go along with the steps:

You can also cut the tabs off completely if you prefer.

I was a little heavy on the liquid adhesive!

I used the Seasons of Style Designer Paper and Christmas Collectables Bundle to decorate my 3 x 3 box.  I can’t wait to make some cards to match!  All supplies can be ordered at The Cherry Cobbler ribbon and cardstock are currently on the Clearance Rack for a great price!


Added:  here is another way of looking at the process.  For envelopes, you only use the measurement once, then turn 90 degrees and use  the score lines each time.  For the boxes, you use the measurements twice on  OPPOSITE ends.  Then, on the other opposite ends, you use the score lines.  For  square boxes, it is the same (and doesn’t matter), but for rectangular boxes you  need to do it the 2 different ways.


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