Today’s tutorial shows you how to make a card box for your regular sized cards.

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I keep it short and sweet since you can see how it is made step by step by checking out the tutorial.

The box base is plain old Chocolate Chip cardstock.

The box top is Riding Hood Red cardstock, stamped with Baroque Background, scalloped with the Scallop Edge Punch and sponged on it’s edges.

The tag layers were cut with the new Nestablities Label Dies. The Reindeer, snowflake and sentiment is from the Stampin’ Up! set Winter Post. The Riding Hood Red part was punched with the Designer Label Punch.

The May Arts Satin ribbon measures 1″ wide and is just like the Chocolate and Pomegranate ribbon Stampin’ Up! used to carry. I just ordered several different colors by the spool from Starlitstudio. I couldn’t help myself. Now that I have a little bit of it, I NEED MORE. The  Pizza Box variation sample in the tutorial today NEEDED black satin ribbon. Of course I didn’t have any….it would look so much better with it.

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I kept the matching cards really simple.

I folded two pieces of cardstock measuring 4 1/4″ x 11″ in half (Two each in Kraft, Chocolate Chip and Riding Hood Red) and cut them with the Top Note Bigz Die. I lined the folded edge up under the cutting line so I would get part of the perforated look, but it wouldn’t get cut.

I stamped each card front in the same ink color as the cardstock (I used Versamark for the Kraft cards) with the Baroque Background. Taffeta ribbon was ties around the left hand side and Nestabilities labels were added. Those labels had been stamped with the Brocade Basics swirl. I stamped different sentiments from the Sincere Salutationset in Chocolate Chip on Very Vanilla cardstock, cut it out with the large oval punch and layered it on a sponged designer label punch-out.

Last I stamped the flower from Together Forever in Chocolate Chip ink on Very Vanilla cardstock, cut it out, added a red Fire Circle Rhinestone brad in the center and attached it to the card with dimensionals.

I am still very much under the weather and will go back to bed! Have a great day!

Beate

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

30 Responses to “Holiday Blitz – A2 card box”

  1. This is very pretty! Such a natural, elegant look! Love that yummy ribbon too!

  2. Thanks for the fantastic idea. I will be making this box for cards I made for a silent auction. It will look so professional. A gift should be packaged pretty.

  3. That is one GORGEOUS colour combination, I love red. The box is fab, but the cards with the gem brad have that extra touch of luxury.
    Hope you’re feeling all the way better soon.

  4. Gefällt mir wieder sehr gut Beate. Tolles rot! Das Tutorial ist klasse…;-) Versteh sogar ich! Viele liebe Grüße…

  5. Gasp Beate! This is a stunning set! Oh I’m in awe!

  6. What a gorgeous project, Beate! LOVE it! That ribbon is just gorgeous too!

  7. Thanks so much for this magnificent idea!

  8. Just stunning!!! Can’t wait to try out and thanks for another great tutorial.

  9. what a beautiful box! and such a great idea, too! thank you for the inspiration!

  10. This box and card is gorgeous!!! TFS

  11. beautiful!! Love the whole set and yes that ribbon does look yummy!! ahhh….one more thing to get….hehehe…
    ((()))reen

  12. What a great tutorial! So useful, as we all make this size. I sure hope you feel better soon and can enjoy the rest of your weekend!

  13. Gorgeous Beate!!! I tried to leave a comment on SCS but it says I’m not authorized to leave comments or something….lol
    Love this idea and think I’ll get the girls to make one at my SAS! Thanks for sharing!

  14. Beate-I love this box and card usig the top note die and Winter Post stamp set. The kraft and red colour combination looks so elegant and reminicent as well. I have never used the nestabilities but I really like what with the tag. Well Done Beate!!

  15. This box makes for one beautiful gift presentation, Beate! Love your design, and your tutorial is AWESOME!!!!! You ARE the Queen of Tutorials, my friend!!!!!!!!

  16. Wow! Love that yummy satin ribbon, and it really pops against the red bg! Gorgeous! 😀

    Hope you are feeling better soon!

  17. Great Box, Beate…. and the tutorial is very good to follow. I hope I can push myself to get started soon, after traveling and coming back, I usualy need a push….this is a good one 😉

  18. The colour combo is to die for! They way you have done all those things to your card…total brilliance! I am in love with this card box!

    Beate… There is a guessing game on my blog. Please come and play!
    You can invite others too!
    VIBGYOR Krafts

  19. The tutorial for this box is amazing !!! The box is so beautiful….gorgeous !!! Perfect idea for Christmas..way to go !!!

  20. Your samples are fabulous as usual! Thanks for the great tutorial. I can’t wait to make my own!

    I hope you feel better soon!

    Hugs!

  21. Thanks for the tutorial. I know this box is going to come in handy!! Perfect size to store my regular-sized cards in.

    Cindy

  22. Just beautiful Beate! Can’t wait to make one…thanks so much for all your wonderful tutorials 🙂
    Beth

  23. Another great project, Beate.
    Just stunning!

  24. What beautiful projects! Can you believe it’s almost Christmas?!

  25. Very pretty! These colors together look so rich and elegant. I need to try one of those boxes.

  26. So rich and elegant, Beate!!! Thanks for an awesome tutorial too! Gonna have to finally try one of these! {{hugs}}

  27. This is so pretty! I love how elegant the background is and the addition of the die cut is gorgeous!

  28. So fun! Love the elegant syle and colors. The Top Note ROCKS!! Smiles… 🙂

  29. Does anyone know where to find Beate’s tutorials?

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