Envelope Punch Board Box and Tag

Challenge #234

This week’s challenge for the Late Night Stamper Group is all about ‘FALL’.  Now we are in the middle of spring here in Australia so I thought that I would find it hard to use a ‘fall inspired’ card or scrapbook page but one thing I never find hard to use is gift boxes.  So on the back of a very successful box making weekend I thought I would try and at least show you how to make one of the 12 different boxes I came up with for the punch board.  Most people seemed to want to know how I created the largest box in the collection I shared with you yesterday so I made a quick video tutorial for you and have included with this post.

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This was a super super super rush project and probably not at ‘finished’ as I would like and my video is super rushed as my battery light was blinking and my light in the craft room was fading so please let me know if you have any questions.  Hope you enjoy the video and get time to play along with our challenge this fortnight.

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  1. Diane says:

    How fun is this to make. I have the punch board. Not the SU one but they are the same.Can’t wait to try this. I have stamp club this Saturday and we are revealing name’s to our SS’s. Mine also sells SU so I am going to make a box and put some little things that I got for her in it. Thanks and have a sunny day and keep smiling!

  2. This is genius! Thanks so much.

  3. Gill Hobson says:

    Thanks so much for sharing such a great idea. Hope you aren’t troubled by the bushfires.

  4. I’m loving that punch board more and more every day.
    Great tutorial Tanya. Thank you.

  5. kraftychic says:

    You are totally awesome! Such cool ideas you come up with! Hope we see more Envelope Punch Board videos! TFS!

  6. Annette John says:

    Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing! I can’t wait to see your tutorial for the other size boxes!!

  7. Cathie says:

    Wow. Can’t wait to start making gift boxes! Thank you for sharing.

  8. Eddie Meyer says:

    Tanya, thank you for sharing your genius! I do have a question. Do you know the dimensions needed to make a box for 5 1/2 by 4 1/4 inch cards that is 1 1/4 inch deep to allow more cards to be enclosed. I know how to make one for four relatively thin cards with few embellishments, but need a box which can handle 6 cards and envelopes with a bow on each. I can’t figure out what size of paper and where to punch/score. Have you made one of these? Thanks in advance. Love all of your videos.

  9. Mal says:

    Hello, this is great. I have a similar we are memory keepers envelope punch board. I want to make a 2 x 2 inch box with a height of 1.5 to 2 inches, but don’t know what measurements to use. Would be grateful for any suggestions. Thanks.

    • Stamping T! says:

      I think you may have already seen the ‘EPB Box’ tutorial in my tutorial store and this tutorial does have the measurements and instructions for a 2″ cube box. It was a tricky one to work out but so glad I persevered with getting it ‘right’ as it is my favourite of all the boxes!

  10. Barbara Beck says:

    I was pointed to your blog by a fellow uk SU demonstrator and thanks for the video. I am going to have a look at your other projects too. I have an email/facebook friend in Bundaberg, she mainly is a lace knitter called Branka Medlock but she does make some cards too.

  11. Nadine says:

    Îm french and I have recived m’y punch board And I really appreciate your vidéo but could you give me the dimensions I don t heart correctly and could you explan how I do have to do for the other boxes

    Thank you for help me

  12. Rene Stansell says:

    Hi Tanya, I linked here from ‘Colour Me Happy’ blog, thank you so much for the box instructions with the video.
    Rene from OZ xo

  13. Krystal says:

    You are an absolute genius! What a wonderful idea! All this time, I’ve only been using my envelope punch board for making envelopes. Your gift boxes are adorable. I can’t wait to try making some of my own. Looking forward to more videos!

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