Just for You

Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator Karen Robinson | Just for You

Today I have a sweet little box to share with you made using the Lots to Love Box Framelits. Bags, boxes and treat packaging are my all-time favourite things to make, so when Stampin’ Up! brings out a new die it’s usually pretty high on my wish list 🙂 and I have to admit that I didn’t wait too long to add this one to my collection.

I have made a few different styles of this box, but today’s was designed to coordinate with the card I made in this post. The card is for my husband and I thought this little box , full of sweet treats would be the perfect accompaniment 🙂

 

Little Paper Party, Sure Do Love You Bundle, Coffee Break DSP, #2

I stayed with the coffee theme from my card and used Early Espresso cardstock for the base of my box and added two Coffee Break DSP panels (4-6/8″ x 2-7/8″) to the front and back.

I used two pieces of 6-3/4″ x 4-1/2″ cardstock for each side of my box, cut them out with the framelit, made sure I had a lid at each end and adhered the side panels together with Tear & Tape. I love how easy this box is to make, they’d be perfect for favours, gift cards and small gifts and are simple enough to make in bulk in very little time.

Little Paper Party, Sure Do Love You Bundle, Coffee Break DSP, #3

I kept the embellishment quite simple, as this is for a man and used the Sure Do Love You stamp set to stamp the heart, leaves and sentiment. The heart and leaves were die cut with their coordinating framelits in the Lots to Love Box Framelits and although I did die cut my sentiment, it would be just as easy to trim it by hand

A little swirl of Copper Metallic Thread and one of those sweet coffee cups – with an added smiley face, of course – from the Coffee Break DSP finished off my little embellishment cluster.

Little Paper Party, Sure Do Love You Bundle, Coffee Break DSP, #4

I put some of my husband’s favourite Darrell Lea bullets in one of our Gussetted Cellophane Bags inside this box as a small treat for him to enjoy at work. It didn’t hold tonnes of them, but enough for good-sized treat and some left over for me to enjoy, mmm 😉

I hope you liked my first version of the Lots to Love Box, it’s a really nice size – not too big, not too small – and could hold lots of different goodies. I’ll be sharing some other versions and variations here on my blog, but if you want more inspiration now, check out my SU Occasions & SAB 2018 Pinterest Board  for lots of ideas. Remember, this framelit set is also available in a bundle with the Sure Do Love You stamp set and you will save 10% off the individual prices if you buy them together 🙂

Cheers,
Karen

If you’d like to purchase any of the products I used today, please visit my online store. I’d love to be your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in Australia and remember to use January’s Host Code: MMSK4KWB  when you shop with me to receive your Customer Rewards.

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