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Check out this super cute paper box handmade using Stampin’ Up!’s Window Box Thinlits Die Set from the Occasions Catalog:

Paper Box Handmade

Isn’t that the cutest thing? It was silly easy, too, with the Thinlits. All you have to do is cut out two of the basic shape (one for the top and half the sides and one for the bottom and the other sides) and assemble with the easy to adhere tabs. I ran mine through my Big Shot using an embossing folder to give it some added vavoom (it’s retired folder but ANY folder would work!) and added some quick and easy layering of a few elements on top. A dash of bling with a rhinestone and a pretty bow using the 10 Second Bow Maker and I was done in under 15 minutes.

Here are the products I used to make this project:

Product List

Big Shot

$110.00

Pansy Punch

$16.00

That’s one of the things I love so much about Stampin’ Up! products – they really all do work together. If you can picture in your mind how you want your project to look the chances that you will be able to make everything work together is very good when you are using Stampin’ Up!. I love how if I am using something in the Brights family and I open up my Brights Designer Series Paper Stack, I will certainly find something that will work!  If you haven’t explored all the lines that Stampin’ Up! offers, I encourage you to take a good look at the jam-packed catalog here and let your imagination go wild.

I can think of a million things I can use this cute little box for and I can’t wait to make more! I am sure once you get a chance to try out this adorable paper box handmade by YOU, you will be hooked!

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