Stampin' Up! UK demonstrator Peg Coombes

Stampin Up stamps and accessories

Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Stampin' Up! 4x4 Box and Cards

Hello and happy day again the sun is already out, I'm sure the forecast said cloudy today? I have a class so I am hoping it will be cloudy as I will always be wanting to be in the sun but .......... classes actually do come before the sun as I wouldn't let my lovely ladies down.......

Yesterday, I had a few of my ladies collect their order from the new catalogue and it was a bit of a reprieve to sit and chat in the shade... phew! it was hot, not that I am complaining, one lovely lady brought over some of her home grown strawberries for me and Gary to eat... first thoughts were strawberries and cream.....mmmm yummy but we were having steak and salad for our dinner and one of my all time favourite salads is with strawberries.  They were so sweet and went down a treat...... thank you x

We saved some to have with our fresh fruit for breakfast too so am looking forward to that after I have finished posting this

So on to the project today and it's a box I made with 4x4 cards and they make a great gift for any occasion maybe even a hostess gift for a Stampin' Up! party

I used another hostess set called Sweetly Framed and the Decorative Label Punch fits it perfectly

the designer paper is Bermuda Bay from the Brights collection paper stack and the scallop edge is the Sizzix Tasteful Trim me thinks this is becoming a favourite I used Brown Burnt Sugar for the front and Bermuda Bay on the inside

Here are the 4 cards for the inside, you may need to click on the picture to enlarge!

and the box open

That's it for today

Until next time .......... keep cool and crafting!


  1. Great project Peg - I was looking forward to seeing this after it was mentioned yesterday ! have fun with your class ! Hugs Jane x

  2. This is a pretty set of cards and a lovely way to give them as a gift.


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