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Pals October Hop and Mini Pizza Box Video Tutorial

Stampin up homegrown notecard set 6a00e54f95df9288340134881858d6970c-320wi LET'S HOP!  This month's Stampin' Pretty Pals hop theme is Thanksgiving or thank you projects. I'm stop #6 on the hop and have a mini pizza box video tutorial and oodles of photos for you below.  Here's the link to reach the next stop on Diana Caho's blog (hop #7).   

To see the complete hop line-up in a list, CLICK HERE.

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GRATITUDE is an art form on it's own.  However, coupled with pretty paper projects, I believe gratitude goes to a new level of sincerity and beauty.  Today's project consists of a very simple pizza box that I made as a "thank you" for my neighbor after she delivered scrumptious homemade cookies as a surprise. The box perfectly accommodates the three mini note cards and envelopes tucked inside.

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AND THE "BEET" GOES ON . . .  The Stampin' Up! Homegrown stamp set longs for watercoloring.  However, for those of you who have frequented my Stampin' Pretty blog for awhile, you know that watercoloring and Mary Fish don't necessarily mix.  I love the classic "botanical" look of these stamp images in Basic Black.  Quick and easy is the real bonus.

Stampin up video tutorial homegrown clear blockSpeaking of quick and easy . . . check out (above) one of the big benefits of using clear mount stamps.  Both the stamp and sentiment can be aligned and stamped at once.  Bam!

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Does the thought of creating 3-D paper projects make you run for cover?  This simple pizza box is a smart, versatile addition to your paper crafting repertoire.  The following video tutorial will show you how to whip up your own Mini Pizza Box for a small gift or 3 x 3 card set.



 

Here's the end result!

Stampin up homegrown artichoke pizza box STAMPIN' PRETTY TIPS:

  • Stampin up homegrown pizza box belly band Card stock for pizza box should be cut to 5 1/4" x 9 1/2.  Assembled box will measure approx. 3 3/8" square x 1" high.
  • Score the shorter distance at 1", 4 1/4" 5 1/4" and 8 1/2"
  • Score the longer distance at 1" on each side (left and right)
  • Fold score lines to make it more "flexible."
  • Snip per video instructions and adhere with Sticky  Strip
  • For Belly Band, card stock should be cut to 1 7/8" x 10" and scored the short distance at 1", 2 1/8", 5 1/2" and 6 5/8".

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Stampin up homegrown tomato notecard Stamp Set:  Homegrown (WM 116986, CM 120486), Just Believe (WM 116948, CM 120453)
Paper:  Whisper White (100730), Basic Black Textured (Neutrals 12 x 12 Textured, 121078)
Ink:  Basic Black (101179)
Cool Tools:  1 3/4" x 7/8" Oval Punch Large (119855), Scallop Oval Punch Extra-Large (119856)
The Perfect Touch:  Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Neutrals Brads (119736), Sticky Strip (104294)

Whisper White Mini Square Envelopes (3 1/8" Square) (107309)

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    51 thoughts on “Pals October Hop and Mini Pizza Box Video Tutorial”

    1. Great job! iCustomBoxes offers different varieties of excellent and amazing custom Presentation Boxes exquisite shapes, sizes, and plans that each retail merchant or individual requirements for its uncommon gift packaging.

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    2. Mary, the video was great. It looks fairly easy to do. I will have to give it a try. Thanks you so much for all the work you put into you blog, and sharing all that you know.

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    3. Your video was great! I thought this was going to be difficult, but it turned out to be pretty easy. It makes a great gift! Thank you for your inspiration.

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    4. You have an awesome sight. I love everything about it. I made the pizza box with the cards. It was easier then I thought it would be. Thanks for the instructions.

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    5. You have such a beautiful style! Simple and elegant. Thank you for always being a wonderful inspiration to me.
      Your Friend, AB 🙂

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    6. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! And your video was truly inspiring and helpful! Thanks so much for taking the time to create all of this!

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    7. I loved this video! I have never seen a little pizza box and I am so excited to make these. I actually had no interest in this stamp set, thought what would you use that for? And now after seeing what you did I actually really like it, they are really stunning looking?

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    8. Oh my goodness, this is stunning! I have had my eye on this set & couldn’t figure out what in the world I would ever do with it. You sold me, this is gorgeous!!!

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    9. Thanks for the great tip on putting the sticky strip on the wide pieces instead of the small tabs. I love making the mini pizza boxes and now they will look even better because of this tip!
      Oh, and I agree, only YOU can make these vegies look elegant!

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    10. Wow! Classy and elegant…. and even perfectly matches your blog design! Definitely a winner of a project all around! 😀

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    11. Your projects ALWAYS inspire me, Mary! In fact they never fail to take my breath away. Many thanks! Cathy

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    12. Very classy! I had considered the set but it was not high on my wish list. You have changed that! Once again, Mary, your project is “fab-spirational”!

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    13. Mary, Love your tutorials and I love the simple elegance of this project! Thanks for sharing your work with us!

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    14. Wonderful! Most definitely inspiring! These gift sets would make great holiday gifts for neighbors & co-workers; thanks again for all you do for your bloggers!

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    15. You do such a wonderful job on your tutorials. I truly enjoy watching and listening to them. Good job all around. Thank you for sharing.

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    16. Just the cutest thing ever. You do such a great job on tutorials and I appreciate them so much. I do much better when I can watch someone do something………thanks Mary…………….Pat

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    17. Wow! Such a simple yet sophisticated project. You are truly my stamping hero for skipping the whole coloring the image step. As always thanks for doing what you do!

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    18. There you go again! Taking a stamp set I have minimal to no interest and turning it into something stunning! Love this use of this set. Watercoloring and I don’t mix either.

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    19. What a great project! I love the black-and-white simplicity. I, too, do not watercolor well and avoid it at all cost. 🙂 The pizza boxes are a fun and simple way to present any number of small token gift items. Thanks for the inspiration!

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    20. Mary, these little card set gifts are a wonderful idea for teacher gifts, holiday thank-you’s – thanks so much for sharing! I can’t wait to make some of these up! Thanks 🙂

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    21. This is a cute idea! I can’t wait to make this project. Your website is great! I have learned oodles from your videos.

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