Stationery Box ‘Pocketbook’ downloadable template

Stationery Holder

Don’t you just LOVE this box?  My downline Jackie made a set of stationery inside a gift box (pocketbook) similar to this at the holidays and it was the inspiration for the card/gift set for our SAB Festival.  The Springtime Vintage designer series paper will retire at the end of this month with the end of the Occasions Mini Catalog, so order yours now.

I have included the step-by-step photo instruction PDF on how this was made.  The ‘box’ part is made from a 9×12 piece of Designer Series paper and two 11 x 1 inch strips for the handle.  The 3D flower (awesome isn’t it?) is made with a half sheet of cardstock and the Flower Fun Bigz L Die (an exclusive Stampin’ Up! Sizzix Die) [#121812].

Your order online this month will earn you a ‘Class to Go’ featuring a set of cards and stationery box with a masculine design as well as have the opportunity to purchase ‘grab bags’ of products on special this month.

All the materials (also included in the PDF):
Set(s): Nature Walk (Wood #121925, Clear #121997)
Accessories:
9 x 12 inch DSP Springtime Vintage (Rose Pattern shown)
Scored per diagram included in PDF
Two 1 x 11 inch Rose Red cardstock
Two ¾ x 10 ¾ inch DSP (Rose Pattern)
5 ½ x 8 ½ Rose Red (for die cutting the flower)
9 x1 inch & 6×1 inch Rose Red cardstock (for trim)
Springtime Vintage Big Designer Buttons #122301
Fun Flower Sizzix Die #121812
Sizzix Die Cutter, Multi-purpose platform, cutting pads
Brads Regals #119737 (also Brads Subtles #119738)
Linen Thread #104199
Cropadile #108362, Sticky Strip #104294, Corner Rounder #119871
Dimensionals #104430
Rose Red pad, Sponge daubers

Comments

  1. Thanks for the tutorial! Love this one. 🙂

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  2. Heather Arsenault says:

    Very nice – thanks for sharing!

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  3. Thankk you so much for the tutorial, definitely a sweet purse

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  4. Amy, you continually “surprise and delight” me with your skills and generosity. I send my customers and Downline to you for inspiration as often as I create something of yours. Sure hope you are presenting at Convention this year.

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  5. What a beautiful card tote, Amy! Thanks so much for the great tutorial! It’s so generous of you to share this. Can’t wait to get to it.

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  6. Thanks Amy for sharing your talents so freely. I remember when I first started out and you helped me with something that I had questions on. That stuff sticks in my mind of those who have helped me in this 11 year journey I’ve been on. I made one of these totes last week and shared on my blog today, giving you full credit and a link back to you site. Thanks again!

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  7. Do you have any card templates to go with your beautiful carrier?

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  8. Michelle Jones says:

    I love it! Thanks so much for including the pdf with instructions and template. I can’t wait to get started!

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  9. Hi Amy,
    I have enjoyed sitting here turning pages of your blog – wow, the inspiration you’ve provided is fabulous, thank you! I became a subscriber so I can check back every now and then. So happy to have found your blog!

    Love the little pocket book you’ve created and can’t wait to try one too.

    I’d love to have you visit my blog when you have time too. Here’s a link for you: http://www.jans-gonestampin.blogspot.com/

    Jan

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  10. Amy that is beautiful! I made one of these at my stamp camp yesterday and I’ve given credit to you on my blog and given y participants a link to yours:) TFS!!

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  11. I love this! You can see one I made at my blog 🙂 Thank you for the instructions!

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