On the Twelfth Day of Christmas...

I'm giving a holiday stationary box!

This box is not my original creation. It was shared by a team mate Trena. I did however change the specs slightly! She's so great!

Here is the box closed- with an acetate window

and this is the inside:

4 cards, 6 3x3 gift notes and 9 tags- 3 of each color. I also assed holiday post-it notes from last year and some red and green mini gels pens I picked up at Staples some where along the way.

very simple cards!!!! ETA: I hand drew the Lines on these card with a ruler and a chocolate chip marker.

Wooohoooo! Iv'e got 12 gifts checked off my list!

Here's the "how to" for the box:

Base 12 x 12 card stock, scored at 1" and 2" on all 4 sides. cut away some of the cross over scored edges and fold over the sides to the make the box.

Lid: 10-1/16" x 10-1/16" square. Score at 1" on all 4 sides. snip short score lines and fold into form lid. Cut your acetate window first.

dividers: I used scrap pieces. here is an example of how to customize your dividers. the long divider piece between the tags is 8" x 3. make 3 score lines each 3/4" apart, fold with middle section up. side pieces as flaps and insert into your box. I lined my box with matching paper to hide any seams.



Tammy Mendiola said...

Jill - I have to tell you I just LOVE all of your 12 days of Christmas projects! What a great series of gift-giving ideas! TFS!

Chrissy said...

How adorable! I just got that stamp set too!

MaGoooo said...

Jill this is the CUTEST!! Thank you for sharing all your projects with us! I was so excited everyday to see what you created!

Cindy Dicks said...

OMG! This is fabulous!! I have enjoyed all the gifts you made ~ what great ideas. I have a question on the ornament tags, how did you punch those as they appear as if they are folded? Would you mind sharing that tip? Thanks :)

Fran said...

Very cute Jill! Did you hand draw your grid around your notecards? or was that a pre-printed notecard? TFS

April Stamps said...

That's awesome I love it!!! You are so talented!


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