3-D projects · Gift ideas · Techniques

Make your own box and bath bombs!


One of the great things about being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator is the support that the corporate team give us!  They made a great project class with 3 projects that included instructions and measurements for the product!  I finally used the Gift Box Punch Board!  I love having this on hand along with the Gift Bag and Envelope punch boards.

Who wouldn’t love getting a box like this with a homemade bath bomb inside??  I have a wonderful friend, Amy from Mainly Homemade, that shows how to make these heavenly bath items!  Click how to make homemade bath bombs for instructions on how to make a batch!  (hint-she sells Young Living too!) Then add your favorite essential oil or gift a bottle with the bath bombs!  A few drops of your favorite oil before dropping it in the bathtub and instant heaven!


Here is another close up of the box top and how I decorated it! IMG_1142

The box is made of a piece of 12×12 Kraft cardstock (thicker style that is great for boxes!).  I just followed the instructions for an XL box.  Before I folded on the score lines, I used Versa Mark and the new Copper Embossing Powder to make the design on the corners.  I then used Tear and Tape to glue the inside part together.

The stamp set is Thoughtful Branches and the Thinlits are Beautiful Branches.  A limited offered set available thought August 31st.  Save by purchasing the bundle or separate.  I have had more fun with this bundle and plan on keeping it way after it retires!

I am offering a loyalty program starting this month!  For every $50 purchase you make with me online you will get a punch!  Once you collect 6 punches, you will receive a FREE stamp set of your choice up to a $30 value!  Just download the form! Once you fill the 6 spots, email me the completed form with your choice of a stamp set! I will confirm your orders and send the stamp set straight to you!


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