Stampin' Up! Australia: The Envelope Punch Board
October 29, 2013
I'm not usually a gadget girl, but I have had lots of fun playing with the Envelope Punch Board! This has just been released for sale today to Stampin' Up! customers in Australia. Here are some projects I made with it, using the Soho Subway Designer Series Paper.
It can make all sorts of nifty things, but was primarily designed for creating envelopes in 60 different sizes. Coordinating your patterned paper with your cards looks so cute. Here are a couple of mini gift cards I made. I wanted to keep the cards flat and simple, so they would fit in the gift box I was making.
The gift box was made using a video by Kellie Gettlefinger I saw on Pinterest (you can check out my collected samples and videos in my Envelope Punch Board PinBoard on Pinterest) .
My final project was a file folder card with the Envelope Punch Board, using the instructions in the video by Patty Bennet. I found this simple to do and will be making lots of these I think! I also added a matching envelope. I love how you can make the envelopes so easily for so many different sizes of cards. Just love that grungy vintage Soho Subway DSP too!
AS you can see the Envelope Punch Board is makes much more than just envelopes! There are lots more project ideas on my Pinterest Board for this tool. It's available for purchase and posted to anywhere in Australia for just $31.95 plus $5.95 postage and handling. You can either buy it in my online Stampin' Up! store, or order it by email.
If you love the Soho Subway Designer Series Paper, that is available for purchase in a pack of 12 double sided 12x12 sheets (2 each of 6 designs). You can order here in the online store, or again by email.
I hope you enjoyed todays projects, See you back here again soon for some more more creative fun.
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I love how you have used the dies for your scrapbooking. It's so great to see ideas for using SU products for scrapbooking. Thanks for the inspiration!
Posted by: Jillian Hargrave | October 31, 2013 at 12:10 PM
You're tops Claire, just sayin' xox thanks for sharing your creativity xox
Posted by: Adele Smith | November 02, 2013 at 04:58 PM