Make a 3-D card or gift box with the Envelobox Creator!

Howdy friends! A couple of weeks ago I showed you how to make flat envelopes with the Envelobox Creator from Crafter’s Companion. Today I will show you how to make a 3-D box with it:

Easy huh? I love how I can make cute boxes for lumpy cards or jewelry gifts. Now if only it would punch the notches for me….

DCF 1.0

I used the Envelobox Creator to make this gift box for a pair of earrings!

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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11 Responses

  1. Gorgeous paper so it makes up in a GORGEOUS box! TFS Lindsay!

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  2. I googled Paper Cuts to look for that paper. No luck! Are they online, wholesale or what? Lovely envelobox. I bought the Ulitmate system a couple of years ago and finally used it after I saw the envelope video. I like it!

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  3. What a cool tool! I love the envelope you made!

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  4. Wonderful!

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  5. Bet these go fast at a craft show packaged up so nice! ~Diane

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  6. I really must get that tool! What a great idea for boxing hand-crafted items.

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  7. Great stuff ! The other day I stumbled about this one :
    http://tinyurl.com/mzqtfh9

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    • Yes, I’ve had a bug in my bonnet about that one and I told myself I would get it if they had it at the last stamp show but they only had a display one so I tried it. Meh. The punch was sticking and I was not impressed. Maybe if it arrives at my local craft store and I can use a coupon. I realized you could also use the square punch at an angle to punch the notches in an envelope and not have to cut!

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      • Well, then I think I won´t put it on my wishlist. Most of the work is figuring out the paper size I think. Thanks for the input ! And the square punch is a cool idea !

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