Monday, 24 February 2014

Tag Topper Box Card

Tag Topper Punch Box Card by Amanda Bates @ The Craft Spa 001

Travel around Pinterest for papercrafts inspiration at the moment – and you see 2 major trends! Firstly..the Box Card and secondly…projects using the new and fabulous Stampin’ Up! Tag Topper Punch.

So last week…. I thought it was time for me to try to merge the two…. so here we have a Tag Topper Box Card.

I first saw the Box Card  - aka Card in A Box – here on my SU! granny Monica Gale’s blog back in September– and you can find Monica’s video tutorial here. Thank you Monica…..  I have to give Netty a shout out too… great project introduction Netty!! I think my first Box Card was made on the 2nd October when Monica shared this tutorial with us all – it was a very popular Christmas card at my classes….

This version is a completely different size…much more diddy…so so cute!!

This card will be one of the projects in my March Tag Topper Punch classes….but here are the recipe & directions for this card … I had to first finish my instructions and prepping for the Envelope Punch Board class I ran last week…..

And here are a few more views of the card….. firstly flat for posting….

Tag Topper Punch Box Card Flat by Amanda Bates @ The Craft Spa 004 (1)

And then just from different angles…..

Tag Topper Punch Box Card by Amanda Bates @ The Craft Spa 014Tag Topper Punch Box Card by Amanda Bates @ The Craft Spa 009

SU! Products Used

Stamps – Flower Shop; Petite Petals; Petite Pairs

Punches – Scalloped Tag Topper Punch; Petite Petals; Pansy; 1” Circle; 1 1/4 Scallop Circle

Papers – Fresh Prints DSP Stack

Card & Inks – Pool Party; Crumb Cake; Soft Suede; Coastal Cabana

Embellishments – Naturals 5/8” Chevron Ribbon; Gemstones; Linen Thread

4 comments:

  1. This is lovely A.and a. You have so.eovely ideas. I am doing the box in my workshop on Sat. Wish I'd thought of using the punch like that. Love colours you've used as well. Don't like mi e now lol can't change it all now though. I sometimes don't think I'm cut out for this :-) Anne x

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  2. You clever little minky you!! I just love this and I love those colours. Good to see you back in blogland - keep it up - I need the inspiration!
    (You going to training next Wednesday n then lunch?)
    Luv
    Kate
    xxx

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  3. This is wonderful!! I've been looking for just the "right" box card to recreate for my customers and THIS is it!! Just LOVE everything about this!! thank you, thank you, thank you!!

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  4. Hi Amanda, love this unique twist on the "card in a box". I found your tutorial via Julie Kettlewell's blog where she credits you and provides a link to your blog post. As I had made many "card in a box" cards and had recently purchased the scallop tag topper punch, I thought I'd give your tutorial a whirl. WOW I made 2 at the same time and they turned out divine. Thank you so much for sharing your fabulous idea. Cheers Donna Zammit :) Australia

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