Saturday, April 2, 2011

Stampin' Up! Artistic Etchings and I create Pizza Boxes

Hi all!
I've got a tutorial to share with you this evening. A totally cute pizza gift box. (Don't forget, you can see all my tutorials here)

Supply list:
Cardstock 1 piece cut at 6"x11" 
Designer Series Paper cut at 3.75" x 3.75" and 0.75" x 3.75"
Strong Adhesive (I used Stampin' Up! Sticky Strip)
Scor Tool.
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Instructions:
1. Score your cardstock at 1" and 5" on the short side.
2. Turn your cardstock long ways and score again at 1", 5", 6" and 10".
3. Cut along the score line at the corners and in the middle. 
4. Fold along all score lines, and adhere tape to the corners being folded in.
5. Adhere edges, and decorate. 
I have used Crumbcake, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla and Peach Parfait to decorate my pizza box. I have also used the designer series paper from the Stampin' Up! Newsprint collection, which has been sponged with Peach Parfait, Crumbcake and Early Espresso.  I am entering this into the Just Add Ink, Just Add a Box or a Bag Challenge.  
This little box only took about 10 minutes to actually construct, the time consuming part for me was decorating... 
Thanks for looking, and as always, Happy Stamping!

7 comments:

Helen Williams said...

Very pretty Jess.

Annmaree (Emu) said...

totally rockin box Jess, now I feel so guilty for giving my friend a box of rosettes in just a plain junky pizzabox LOL!

This is awesome!

Christine Blain said...

This is beautiful, Jess. I love the colours you've used. Peach Parfait looks amazing on this vintagey project!

Bronwyn Eastley said...

Peach Parfait looks great with the Vintage style. Must make a note of that! Lovely pizza box.

Jodene said...

Great project Jess, love the vintage look! Thanks for playing at JAI this week :)

Lynn said...

Fantastic project! Love the final outcome of your pizza box and the gorgeous sentiment!
huggs
Lynn :)

Mae Collins said...

I love the effect you have done with the Newsprint DSP and your colours. I have also bookmarked this tutorial to do at a later date. Thanks for playing at Just Add Ink ♥