Team Stamp It Valentine’s Blog Hop

Hi!  Welcome to the Team Stamp It! Valentine’s Day Blog Hop!  I hope you are enjoying the projects we have prepared for you for Valentine’s Day!

I went a little non-traditional on my color scheme – hope you don’t mind.

SU! Love You Lots, Envelope Punch Board

My all time favorite hostess set is the Love You Lots set – the animals are just adorable and make great cards for any occasion.  Today I am using this little frog.  I used the new Watercolor Pencils to color him in along with a blender pen.  The hearts on the top of the card and on the tag for the box are punched using the Confetti Heart punch.  The heart on the sentiment is one of our Brights Enameled Embellishments.  I used solid black baker’s twine wrapped around 4 times as my ribbon.

Here is a close up of the card:

SU! Love You Lots

Here is the box – thanks to Michelle Long from the Artisan Design Team for the idea:

SU! Love You Lots, Envelope Punch Board

The box is made using the Envelope Punch Board as follows:

  •  Cut a 6×6 piece of Designer Series Paper
  • Score and punch each side at 2 1/8″ and 3 7/8″
  • Cut in to form tabs on two opposite sides
  • Fold on all score lines
  • Adhere tabs using Tear & Tape

Here is a picture of the box scored and the tabs cut:

The belly band around the box is a 7 1/2 x 2″ strip of Vellum card stock.  Score at 6 1/4″, 5″, 2 1/2″, and 1 1/4″.  After scoring, use the Scalloped Tag Topper punch to punch both ends.  Tie together and add a tag.

These boxes hold around 5 Hershey Chocolate hearts.

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68 thoughts on “Team Stamp It Valentine’s Blog Hop”

  1. Loving this one! My daughter’s nickname is foggy because she used to sit on my back when she was little like a little frog sits on a log. We would watch TV like this. She is 18 now and mama’s back would probably break if she did it now, but she is still my foggy or in Spanish, sapita! #stampitcontest

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    Cute card. Don’t you love all the ideas that can be made with the envelope punch board besides JUST envelopes. Great tool!

  3. Love the froggie Valentine! Going to have to CASE, if that’s okay with you! My grandson would love this for his V-day card! Thanks for sharing!
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    Love the non traditional cards. I like that you also gave us a box idea to go with it. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    Love this set and have yet to use it outside of a class. Will definitely have to make this card this weekend!

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    I love that hostess set – cute idea for the card. Thanks also for the box tutorial – I appreciate your sharing!

  7. This set is so adorable! Thank you for sharing the box tutorial, always looking for alternatives for the envelope punch board.

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    What a sweet idea and I love the use of the frog. I am a frog lover so it really resonates with me. Thank you for sharing your creativity.

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