Happy Easter weekend! It’s customary to share a little chocolate and gratitude with those we love at this very special time of year. Today’s share is an adorable Easter Box with the Love You Always Treat Boxes. I love that there is no measuring, cutting, or scoring with these sturdy, unique boxes!
As you can see, these cute boxes slide out like a matchbox or a drawer. They are just the right size for a little treat or a small gift. I know some young ladies who have been dying to have these Easter eggs that have been on my desk!
If you’re someone who doesn’t necessarily want an entire stamp set dedicated to a holiday, a set like Oval Occasions is a nice option. It has just one image for Easter and the rest are fairly general. Even this one would be so cute for a baby card, too!
Plus it bundles with the Double Oval Punch, making it quick and easy for your project, whether it’s the main image or the setiment.
Please click here for a complete supply list. You can print, save, or shop (remove any items you don’t need).
Did you know you can alter the size of your die cuts? I show you how to make them shorter here, but you can also make them longer: (demonstration in the video below, too)
Time needed: 2 minutes.
How to Alter the Length or Width of Your Die Cut:
- Cut paper a bit longer than your desired finished length.
- Place your die at one end of the paper. Place your cutting plates so they cover only the portion you want cut.
The lack of cutting plates over a certain area will prevent that portion of the die from cutting.
- Run through your die cutting machine.
- Reposition the die so it’s lined up with the original cut portion.
- Place the cutting plates so only the portion you want cut will cut through the paper.
Please see a demonstration video here: https://youtu.be/7tB7aDGayDA
Please enjoy this video where I put together this project and show you how to extend the size or length of your die cuts:
Thank you so much for stopping by my stamping studio today! I wish you all a very Happy Easter weekend! ~ Jacque Williams