Card making, rubber stamping techniques and project videos for papercrafters

Decorative Greeting Card Holder Part 3- Decorating the Box

Kleenex Brand Square Box

Cranberry Tart Pieces:
4 Inside walls- 5" X 4.25"
2 bottom pieces, (inside and outside)- 4.25" X 4.25"
1 outside piece- 5" X 11", scored at 1", 5.5", 10"
1 outside piece- 5" X 9", scored at 4.5", then trimm 1/4 inch off each end

Patterned Paper Pieces:
5 Outside peices, (4 walls and bottom)- 4" X 4"
4 fold over flaps- 4.25" X 4", scored at 2" and folded in half

Stamp set used: Holiday Cheer

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Comment by Tomi Jo Hamlin on December 16, 2009 at 6:30pm
Oh my, these are BEAUTIFUL. What a great use for "through away" boxes. I can see using larger cereal boxes for file boxes or or most any other size you might need.
Gina, thanks so much for all the great videos.
CHRISTmas Blessings, Tomi Jo
Comment by Kathy V. on December 16, 2009 at 5:05pm
Gina, this is a wonderful project! I have a dozen tissue boxes sitting in my craft room that have just been waiting for me to do something wonderful with them! Now I can.

I want to compliment you on the professionalism of your tutorials, too. Your instructions are clear and complete, you explain not only the "hows", but the "whys" so wonderfully, and you give useful hints and tips that I would only discover after the fact if I didn't have your fabulous videos to watch. I'm sure these are time consuming and expensive to produce, but I so very much appreciate your doing them. I really believe I am becoming a much better crafter as a direct result of your efforts. My deepest thanks. I feel like I just received a wonderful Christmas present!
Comment by Susan Geddie on December 16, 2009 at 3:31pm
Fabulous idea. Thanks so much for sharing it. I'll definitely be covering the next box I empty.
Comment by Susan on December 16, 2009 at 1:16pm
Loved watching this video. Enjoy your instructions and clever ideas. Merry Christmas to you all!!
Comment by Lois Byers on December 16, 2009 at 12:20pm
I love the idea, this will be something you can keep out and show. and give with my cards in them and as goodie bags also. Merry Christmas and Thanks for all your wonderful ideas.
Comment by RitzyFritz on December 16, 2009 at 10:15am
I just love this, Gina! I am going to use these for "goodie boxes" for Christmas (white chocolate popcorn, etc., in cellophane bags). What a great way to recycle. These are pretty and functional. Couldn't ask for more! I will second the other note that I appreciate you showing us every step of the way. I was thinking the very same thoughts as the other poster as I watched your video. Thanks for all you do!! Merry Christmas to you and to all who read this post. :-)
Comment by Anne McIntosh on December 16, 2009 at 9:38am
Now I know what to do with all the empty Kleenex boxes I have (a lot!). I can see many uses for these boxes! thanks again for all you do
Comment by Jan Douglas on December 16, 2009 at 9:10am
What a pretty box! Since I've been card making and stamping, I think twice before throwing away any of these type items....sometimes I will just put them in my craft room for a few days if I'm not sure I can recycle them through a craft project. Thanks for the wonderful video. Merry Christmas!
Comment by Jan Hunnicutt on December 16, 2009 at 9:03am
Thanks for the fun ideas and step by step instructions! I think this will be a great project, I can fill it with next season's Christmas cards as I get them made. I've watched several of your videos and really appreciate them.
Comment by jane duhan on December 16, 2009 at 6:19am
I really enjoy Stamp TV. It's nice to see Gina color, tape, etc. and not just have her say, "I've taped this together," and go on to the next step. Sometimes there are tiny helpful hints as she tapes, etc. Wonderful job to all involved in these productions! I know I NEED Scor Tape after watching this. LOL.

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