Today’s Tutorials on SCS is on how to make a triangle box. It’s simple, it’s quick and easy changeable to different sizes. For my tutorial sample I started with a 5″ x 10″ piece of textured Baja Breeze Designer Paper.

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I stamped the cardstock with the snowflake from the Stampin’ Up! Winter Post stamp set. I stamped the snowflake first in Baja Breeze classic ink, then in Whisper White Craft ink all over the cardstock.

Since we are also running a new product focus page about the new JustRite Harmony stamp ensembles, I decided to use one of the the stamp sets I received for the tutorial as well. The sentiment and the oval frame are both from the Classic Harmony Oval II stamp ensemble. After conditioning the stamps (check out Sharon’s awesome tutorial also published today on SCS) I stamped them in Chocolate Chip ink on Ski Slope Designer Paper. I cut them out with my Oval Nestabilities. The stamps fit great in those die templates.

I layered it on a Whisper White circle and Chocolate Scallop circle, both were cut with Circle Nestabilities. The inside of he oval frame was paper pierced. I added a silver paper clip from the Paper clip assortment from Stampin’ Up! to the top left of the sentiment and tied Pink Taffeta Ribbon around it. On the bottom right I added a Snowflake from the Little Felt Flurries, added a Jumbo Eyelet in it’s center topped with an Fire Circle Rhinestone brad.

I created smaller sample with a 2 1/2″ x 5″ piece of cardstock. I will share that with you tomorrow.

Have a great day! Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

23 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Triangle Box”

  1. Beate, deine Box ist absolut genial…Die werde ich auf alle Fälle probieren…Zum Glück muss ich da nicht so viel rumschneiden, das liegt mir gar nicht…*LOL*…

    Die Box in der SCS Galerie gefällt mir auch so sehr. Toll!
    Liebe Grüße aus dem total verregneten Deutschland…Silke

  2. Love this little triangle box Beate!!! Such a fun gift to give! I’ll have to give this a go today. Chloe is better and heading to school…so I can catch up on your stuff!

  3. I am lovin’ this Beate!!! What a great idea for a gift! This is gorgeous, I love the colors – need to try my hand at this for sure! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

  4. Oh I just LOVE it, Beate! Love that Just Rite Harmony stamp ensemble. . .very cool!

  5. This is so pretty! What a cute little box!

  6. This is so beautiful and would look amazing as a little gift on a table setting! I’ll have to give this a try!

  7. Great job on this. I just love the triangle boxes filled with goodies it is two gifts in one because once you eat the goodies you can hang it on your tree.

  8. Great box Beate! I just realized I need to order the larger sheets of paper, I almost always order the 8 1/2x 11 sheets! You do such fun projects! Hugs, Deb

  9. ooooh, klasse Idee, werd ich auch mal probieren….Danke fuer die Idee.

  10. Love that box Beate! So cute! Love the colors you used! TFS!

  11. This is sooooo cool! The snowflake adds the “perfect touch”, ya know?

  12. Super cute box, Beate! I love it!

  13. What a fun little box! I love it!

  14. I love your fantastic little Triangle box, Beate!! The snowflake theme is so pretty, and I love your tag!!

  15. I absolutely LOVE this box and especially LOVE how you decorated it…..gorgeous !!!!

  16. Fantastic idea. Aren’t the felt flurries divine? The just right tutorial was excellent, even for conditioning any rubber stamps. I always use a sanding block on solid images. Hugs, Mary

  17. Very cute! Love the felt flurries also.

  18. We’d think the box is bigger than it really is based on the amount of wonderful details you’ve crammed in there! It looks SO good! Love the wonderful mix of punched pieces and accents. TFS!

    Cindy

  19. This is so pretty Beate! Thanks for sharing!

  20. What a darling box idea!! Thanks so much for the tutorial!! You have some great ones!! 😉

  21. Great box Beate ! It’s a wonderful idea for the holidays !

  22. What an adorable triangle box…forgot how fun these are to make. Thanks for the reminder and a great tutorial! I made mine into a mini cupcake holder. You can check it out on my blog when you have some time:

    http://creativepad.typepad.com/creative_pad/2008/10/treats-not-tricks-today.html

    Thanks again for the inspiration!

  23. This triangle box makes such a stunning, creative gift for the holidays! You are the Queen of Tutorials in my book, Beate! It’s awesome, as always!

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