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Valentine Treat Box Remake!


Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and what better way to share the love than with a handmade Valentine's treat box? In today's project, we're revisiting a favorite from the video archives and giving it a fresh, new look.

Featured is the beautiful Most Adored Specialty Designer Series Paper, and guess what? You can snag it for FREE with a qualifying Stampin' Up! purchase! This collection of papers adds a touch of elegance and charm to any project.

And, if you love to color, there are some gorgeous gold foil floral images that are begging to be colored with your Stampin' Blends alcohol markers.

Perennial Postage Dies make a stylish appearance in this remake, creating a pretty backdrop for the floral image.  Whether it's a sweet treat or a little gift, this box is the perfect vessel for your heartfelt sentiments.

Watch this video tutorial from the past to see the construction of this adorable treat box. Then read on for the details to finish this box as shown above.

Details on the remake:

  • Cut Flirty Flamingo card stock 4" x 10".  Score the 10" side at 1", 4 1/2", 5 1/2" and 9".Turn and score on 4" side for the box bottom and score at 1".
  • Cut 2 pieces of Most Adored 12" X 12" Specialty Designer Series Paper [162976] at 2 3/4" tall and 3 1/4" wide.
  • You will need a piece of Gold Foil about 3" x 3" to cut the Perennial Postage Dies [162607].
  • The floral image was fussy cut from the Most Adored paper and colored with Stampin' Blends.
  • Soft Sea Foam card stock was cut into thin strips and crinkled for filler.

Don't miss out on the chance to make your {heart} Day extra special with this delightful Valentine's treat box. Get your crafting supplies ready and spread love in the most handmade way possible!  Then, share your creation on our Ink and Inspirations Stampers Group on Facebook.


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