Friday, 27 June 2014

Scallop Tag Topper box

I made this box several weeks ago but just haven’t got round to posting it here yet. I know it was weeks ago because those flowers behind the box (thrift?) have now died back. 

I wanted to show that you CAN use the Scallop Tag Topper punch on pieces of card which are wider than 5cm, which is the width of the slot on the punch. 

I’m not going to attempt explain how to do this, as another demonstrator called Heidi has done this for you. Click here to see her fabulous tutorial. 

Some of the items used here are retiring at the end of the month… which is alarmingly soon! So, if you need any Raspberry Ripple cardstock, Summer Starfruit cardstock or Silver Glimmer Paper (we’ll still have glimmer paper but it’s changing), get your order in now!

Also, time is running out to join me at my Catalogue Launch Party on 12th July. At this fun event you can expect:

  • Make & Takes
  • Demonstrations
  • Prize Draws
  • Games
  • Retired product sale
  • Special offers exclusive to attendees
  • Homemade cake
Yes, that’s right – I’m holding my retired product sale at the same time as my catalogue launch, so if you’re after bargain, don’t miss this event!

You can register for the event HERE, but registration will close automatically on Sunday, 29th June at 11pm.  


1 comment:

  1. A brilliant box - I've looked at the instruction - can't wait to make it


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