Stampin’ Up! makes it so easy to give small gifts. We usually make boxes from the beautiful card stock or designer series paper. A great carryover from the Holiday Catalog are the little pizza boxes. Well there is now a new one to add to your “easy as can be” gift giving. The Occasions Catalog has an awesome Silver Mini Gable Box.
I know for a fact that this little box will hold a Lot of Chocolate!! I gave one as a hostess gift over the holidays, and even with some of the shredded paper in the bottom, I fit six of the square chocolate treats. The best part is that they take very little decoration.
For today’s box I used the Bubbles & Fizz Designer Series Paper that is a Sale-A-Bration option. The paper coordinates with the Bubble Over Bundle in the Occasions Catalog. I can see this box being a great option for bridal and baby showers, or wedding receptions.
My card stock color choices came directly from the DSP, as usual. Why vary when SU has matched everything for us.
The measurement for wrapping the paper around the box is simple. The sides are 2 1/2″ X a little over 12″. Since the DSP is 12 X 12, you will have a gap between the ends as it takes a little more to go around the outside of 12″. All you have to do is center the gap on the front of the box and then cover it with your decoration/sentiment. Quick and easy!!
Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you will give this cute box a try for some spring events. The supplies I used today are listed at the bottom of the post.
Have you ever thought about becoming a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator? During Sale-A-Bration is the perfect time to join. Not only are you getting the Ultimate Bundle ($125.00 worth of product for $99.00) but you also get to choose 2 additional stamp sets, up to $25.00 each. Additionally you will get a 20% discount on any future purchases. Or, if you are just wanting to test drive the idea, you would not need to make another purchase until July! There is no pressure for you to continue as a demonstrator. And there is no penalty if you decide not to continue. Please contact me and let’s talk about it.