Friday, 17 November 2017

Christmas Countdown Project 10 - Envelope Punch Board Gift Box for a Box of Chocolate Matchmakers

A couple of weeks ago I received a message from a lady asking if I had seen a tutorial for a gift box to hold a box of Matchmakers, made using the Envelope Punch Board.  Intrigued, I did a search of the internet using Google, searching Pinterest, You Tube etc.   My search was fruitless - I couldn't find one anywhere.

I decided to look at making one myself, and here is the result -  Project No 10 in my Christmas Countdown :-

I used the gorgeous Foil Frenzy Specialty DSP for this project in Lemon Lime Twist - an unusual colour choice for Christmas, but I just love it !!

So, without further ado  .......... here is my step by step video tutorial :-

I wish I could remember the lady's name who was searching for a Matchmakers Gift Box.  I just hope she sees this today.

Like yesterday's project, these would be great inexpensive stocking fillers, teacher gifts and craft fayre items if you have a tight budget, but want your gift to look just that extra bit special.

That's it from me today.  Thanks to stopping by.  I would love you to check in again tomorrow.

Linda xxx

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  1. Hi Linda
    What a good idea using the envelope punch board! I have one but haven't used it yet. Love the paper and colours you have used
    Love and huggles
    Rosemary xx

  2. Bonjour Linda
    Vos projets sont magnifiques.
    Dommage que les mesures ne soit aussi en centimètres.
    Bonne journée

  3. Hi Linda, how on earth did you manage to work out the measurements necessary to put this box together - it is amazing such a neat fit. I haven't got an envelope punch board - is there a way to make this box without one?

  4. Hi Linda. I had been searching for just this too. thank you so much it is just what I need.


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