Friday, July 13, 2012


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Stretched Fancy Favour Boxes



I've shown you stretched pillow boxes & stretched candy wrapper boxes and now it's stretched fancy favour boxes. I'm so excited, this is my favourite box and now I can use it for so many other things! Thank you so much Pauline Bennetts for posting your instructions on a forum we both belong to.

Cut a sheet of 12x12 designer series paper to 8 1/4" x 12". Score with your paper positioned in a portrait layout at 4 3/8" & 5 1/2" and concertina fold. Run through the Big Shot using the Fancy Favour die, making sure the crease lines run perfectly straight.

I'm sure you can play with the measurements of your paper and score lines and make even taller boxes.


Supplies used: - 
Stamp Set - Apothecary Art
Paper - Brights Patterns Stack, Whisper White, Marina Mist & Melon Mambo Cardstock
Ink - Marina Mist, Old Olive & Melon Mambo Classic Stampin' Pads
Die Cutting - Big shot, Fancy Favour Box Die, Labels Collection Framelits.
Other - Sticky Strip, Whisper White Satin Ribbon, Stamp A Ma Jig (Stamp Positioner)

Choose a date so that I can come and show this technique to you and your guests at your place.

3 comments:

Jassim Pervaiz said...
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Thomas Taylor said...

Buying a gift for someone is easy. It is essential to make a gift presentable. So instead of using wrapping paper, I like to use fancy or luxury boxes. It is a very good idea because this is very easy to make and it is cheap. Thank you for the instructions.

London Fancy Boxes said...

Buying a gift for someone is easy. It is essential to make a gift presentable. So instead of using wrapping paper, I like to use fancy or luxury boxes. It is a very good idea because this is very easy to make and it is cheap. Thank you for the instructions.