Friday, 13 July 2018

Darling Label Punch Box

This gorgeous metal box is something different from Stampin' Up!®. It contains two ink spots (Night of Navy & Grapefruit Grove) 6 photopolymer stamps, an acrylic block and the punch. It set me to thinking, "What else would you need to start your stamping journey?"  

I spent a pleasant hour putting together a set of six cards.

Mainly, I've used paper from the 2018-2020 InColor range, along with Flirty Flamingo, which WAS an InColor and is now a part of the Brights family. Grapefruit Grove, the included ink spot is one of the new In Colours, and the other, Night of Navy goes with everything.

 Notecards and envelopes are available in a pack of 20, for $11.25 in Whisper White (#131527) or Very Vanilla (#144236). I used 6 of the Whisper White for this project. I've punched balloons with our Balloon Builder Punch, and labels with Eastern Medallions, Stitched Labels and Stitched Shapes Thinlits

The only stamps used are the ones included in the kit, and of course you also get the punch to punch them out with.

You get all the items above when you purchase the Darling Label Punch Box (#146855) including a box to keep your supplies in, or as I may do, keep my Stampin' Blends in. When you purchase this Darling Label Punch Box through my Online Shop, Stampin' Up!® send me a notification, but you can also email me if you like ( because I will send you everything else you need to make these six cards, for FREE!!! Sorry, but you can only purchase from me if you have an Australian mailing address.

All the cards and papers are cut to size and the other pieces are diecut or punched for you. Included are 6 notecards and 6 envelopes, White card for stamping, 1 sheet of adhesive Dimensionals to raise the labels and 3 pieces of ribbon.

You need to provide glue (Tombow multi purpose Glue or snail adhesive) for attaching the card and paper, and scissors for cutting the ribbon.

When you place your order in my Online Shop, please add the Host Code for July to the order.


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