December 15, 2021

Paper Crafting Blog Hop - Gift Packaging - Scalloped Treat Boxes

We have a great blog hop for you this month. Our December Paper Crafting Blog Hop theme is Gift Packaging. I can't wait for you to see all of the fun projects and design styles from this group of talented Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators from around the globe! Be sure to stop at each of our blogs. You may have arrived from Terri's blog. Didn't she have a great project!?

So Sweet & Scalloped

Are you like me? Always looking for a quick and easy way to make a gift just a little bit more special? I found an answer in the SCALLOPED KRAFT TREAT BOXES by Stampin' Up!. These sweet little boxes hold much more than you think they will at 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" x 2-1/2" (8.9 x 8.9 x 6.4 cm). Watch my video below to see exactly how much I was able to fit in one of these boxes---with room to spare! And I love the pretty gold dots that accent the kraft box.


These boxes are available in the 2021-2022 Annual Catalog so you can decorate them for any occasion that you want to give a small gift or treat or gift card. For this one I used the ARTISTICALLY INKED stamp set and die bundle, the EXPRESSIONS IN INK Designer Series Paper (gold stripe) and a 3" x 3" (7.6 x 7.6 cm) card from the KRAFT 6" X 6" (15.2 x 15.2 cm) Paper Pack.
I also used RED RHINESTONE and CHAMPAGNE RHINESTONE Basic Jewels for the centers of the flowers.

To see how easy it is to put together these boxes, and how I attached my ribbon for the ARTISTICALLY INKED box and the box I originally made for the holidays, watch my video below.

For the holiday box shown in the video I used items from the GINGERBREAD & PEPPERMINT Suite of products. All products that I used from this suite---except the KRAFT 6" x 6" (15.2 cm x 15.2 cm)---is on the Last Chance list. Some of the items may no longer be available in your area. (I'm very sad as I loved this suite). Check the Last Chance list via the Stampin' Up! website. And get any remaining items before they are gone!

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Thanks for hopping with us this month! Now click on the "Next Blog" image to zoom to Maureen's blog to see another fabulous project.

Joy 🌷


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Here's the list of hoppers just in case you get off the trail... 🐇

Shirley Merker

Tracy Held

Annette McMillan

Julia Quinn

Terri Stewart

Joy Nelson  YOU ARE HERE

Maureen Rauchfuss


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    6 comments:

    1. Love these - and how you showed a holiday and non-holiday example. TFS

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    2. What a brilliant project to be so versatile for every occasion!! Gorgeous colours and extra bling too! Thanks for the inspiration!

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    3. What a wonderful project! That little box does hold more than I thought it would. Thanks for sharing!

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    4. Great presentation of these lovely elegantly decorated boxes

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    5. I think these are called Gift Boxes as well, one of the categories missing here are Round Gift Boxes with Lid they should also have been mentioned here as another category of Gift Boxes.

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