I've seen this darling Stampin' Up! Scalloped Envelope box time and again so I decided that I needed to create something fun for Halloween to share!
It's super easy with the Scalloped Envelope Bigz Die, a couple of cuts to make it all fit, and a little embellishing and you have a sweet little box that anyone would love to receive.
Tomorrow, I'll have a video tutorial so that you can follow along and make your own.
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Read on for tips on this project...
- The Spooky Bingo Bits stamp set used here allows for easy stamping! Love, love, love it! It's available in wood and clear mount.
- When using designer paper in your Big Shot with dies that have scoring marks such as one; cut only one at a time to avoid cutting through on the creased lines.
- Those thin, crumpled strips card stock used as filler really add to the projects overall appearance. That extra pop if color is awesome!
- The 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" Circle punches are just the right size for these images. Speeds up the whole process, too!