Scallop Envelope Box Tutorial

Stampin up herb expressions scallop envelope die box
My virtual friend, Sandy, directed me to this adorable box on Jane Matsumoto's blog (Whoopsie Daisy!).  I love how you can make a generous sized box for candy in minutes using the Scallop Envelope Bigz Die.  Finished, it's 3 1/4" square x 2 1/4" high, excluding the scallop flaps.  Fifteen bagged Hershey's Nuggets nest neatly inside.

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Basic Black card stock traveled through my Big Shot Die-Cut Machine with the Scallop Envelope Bigz Die four times.

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Adhere the tabs with a strong adhesive (Sticky Strip is a good option)

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Here's a shot of the adhered tabs from the outside.

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Flatten the box and adhere a 2 3/16" x 12 piece of Designer Series Paper.  I selected a pattern from Stampin' Up!'s Pink Flamingo.  The 12" length does not cover all the sides.  TIP:  Start the Designer Paper about 1 1/4" on one side and wrap around, creasing  the designer paper on the corners as you go.  I started farther toward the edge than 1 1/4"–but it still worked out fine.

The 12" will terminate on the same side where you started but will be short.  You simply need to cover it up with an image or sentiment as I have done.

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Layer the base flaps one over the other and tuck in the last flap. TIP:   It should hold together on it's own but you can add adhesive for a little reassurance.

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Here's the assembled box.  TIP:   I used adhesive to lay the interior flaps flat. 

A sentiment from Herb Expressions was inked in Jet Black Stazon and stamped on Whisper White.  It's matted on Real Red and Basic Black card stock.

DBWS_dealofweek_heartpunch Next, I stamped the fun triple hearts (Jet Black Stazon) from Stampin' Up!'s Love You Much stamp set and popped them out with the Heart to Heart Punch. 

TIP:  The Heart to Heart Punch is over 30% off as part of the Deal of the Week.  Click here for Deal of the Week details.  You can create adorable heart elements in a flash, even heart "confetti" for spreading around an anniversary or valentine table setting.  Very chic!

I dolled up my Hershey's Nuggets (yummy heath) by tossing them in a Large Cello Bag and wrapping them up with Basic Black 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon (NEW).

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Stamp Set:  Herb Expressions (113224), Love You Much (113756)
Paper:  Pink Flamingo Designer Series Paper (113976), Basic Black (102851), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Jet Black Stazon (101406)
Cool Tools:  Big Shot Die-Cut Machine (113439), Scallop Envelope Bigz Die (113462), Heart to Heart Punch (113694)
The Perfect Touch:  Basic Black 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon (115605), Large Cello Bag (102210), Sticky Strip (104294)

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26 Comments:

  1. Sherry Sawyer

    I absolutely love this idea! I have this bigz die and you have inspired me to make this adorable gift box! Thanks for sharing!
    Sherry

  2. Darling box – love the DSP wrapped around the outside, my box was “flimsy” and now I’ll have to try this technique next time. Thanks for the pictures – great tutorial!

  3. leslie nyholm

    I have this die and haven’t even opened it yet!! What was I thinking?? This will be great to send to my DSS. Hummm…now what kind of goodies to include….

  4. What a quick and cute box! I made one immediately following my viewing this post! I’m thinking it will make a quick back to school gift for the teachers in my building. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Thanks for sharing the tutorial, Mary! I love making boxes and this is a super easy way to make them. I can finally use my scallop envy die that has been sitting in the drawer for awhile now. 🙂 Perfect timing too as I have a baby shower on Saturday and wanted something quick to put together so your post was perfect!

  6. Hello from Down Under *waves* I adore your site and the wealth of information. This box is simply gorgeous and so simple! (I am a ‘simple’ fan, hehe) Thanks for sharing and I hope you’re settling fabulously in your new abode

    Kind wishes,
    Julie 😀

  7. What a great idea! Your tutorial is awesome! Thanks for sharing.

  8. WOW, Mary! When I saw this, my jaw dropped open! LOL! Who thinks of these things? Love it! Thanks, and hope you are settling in nicely in AZ!

  9. Thanks for sharing this and providing the tutorial 🙂

  10. Hi Mary – what a super idea! Many thanks for sharing!

  11. Stephanie Daughtrey

    Love this die!!! I have it! I must make one! Thanks for sharing!

  12. I am so glad that you shared this with everyone and took the time to link back to me. Thank you! What a wonderful treat holder you came up with! You have a beautiful blog, Mary. xx Jane (whoopsie daisy)

  13. SORRY, I AM RUNNING ON FUMES today. It’s Mary NOT Marie (Marie is my Middle name).

    So sorry I know it’s MARY!!!!

    ~Jeanette

  14. Oh my Goodnes Marie you have done it again!

    You have just inspired me to make on of those boxes!!!!!

    ~Jeanette

  15. WAY cute. I made a box before, but this one is cuter! I’ll have to try it!

  16. Mary, it’s awesome! Don’t you just love that box?

  17. What a great idea. This is way tooo neat. Thanks for sharing this tutorial Mary. You are the best.

  18. Love this! Thanks so much for sharing it all with us! Beautiful job!

  19. What an awesome box, and what a great tutorial. I do not own a big shot, but this may be on my Christmas list :).

  20. Awesome Idea! Thanks for sharing it with us!

  21. Oooooohh!! So cute and what a FAB idea, too! My niece is getting married in October and we’re on ‘the hunt’ for favor ideas–this just made the top of the list 🙂

    Hugs from your virtual friend in Utah,
    Colleen

  22. Sweet! Nice use of the Heart to Heart punch that is on sale too! Go Mary!!!

  23. Love, love, LOVE this! Such a cute and clever idea! Thanks for sharing! – Sandy

  24. Denise January

    I love this – can’t wait to try it!

  25. This is SO cool! Great! Thanks for sharing!

  26. What a great idea! I love making boxes, etc! Thanks for sharing, Mary! Kim S.

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