Friday 11 October 2019

Craft Fair Idea: Pizza Style Gift Box With Matching 3"x3" Card Set

Nigezza Creates aka Gez, Independent Stampin' Up® Demonstrator 

Thank you for visiting my blog, I really do appreciate it and hope you like the project and will take a look at the video tutorial as well. Today in Festive Friday I have made a gift box with a set of 4 cards. I thought that as well as being cute Christmas cards and a lovely gift box it could also be a great little craft fair item to sell. 

Measurements and Materials


  • 6" x 3" 
  • Scored @ 3"
  • Metric
  • 15cm x 7.5cm
  • Scored @ 7.5cm

  • Largest stitched square
    • Used for 2 of the card fronts and all the insides of the cards
    • Colours were alternated
    • 2 cards had a mat added to write on 
    • 2 3/8" x 2 3/8"
    • Metric 
    • 6cm x 6cm
  • Second largest stitched circle
    • Used for 2 card fronts
Tree Decoration
  • A tree punch using the Pine Tree punch was punched from the Wrapped in Plaid DSP
  • HO HO HO sentiment was stamped for each card
  • 2 were stamped using Cherry Cobbler on Whisper White and 2 were embossed with white on Cherry Cobbler
  • The sentiment was trimmed, adhered to the opposite colour card stock and trimmed again to form a mat
  • They were then popped up on dimensionals over the tree
Gift Box
  • Cherry Cobbler card stock 
    • 9 3/4" x 5 3/8"
    • Metric
    • 24.5cm x 13.5cm 
  • Score on the Long side @
    • 1" - 4 3/8" - 5 3/8" - 8 3/4"
    • Metric
    • 2.5cm - 11cm - 13.5cm - 22cm
  • Score on Short side @
    • 1" - 4 3/8"
    • Metric
    • 2.5cm - 11cm
Whisper White Mats
  • Top ot box: 3" x 3"
  • Sides of box: 3 1/8" x 3/4" (4 of these)
  • Metric
  • Top ot box: 7.5cm x 7.5cm
  • Sides of box: 8cm x 2cm (4 of these) 
Cherry Cobbler Mats
  • Top of box used the largest stitched square
  • Sides of box: 3" x 5/8" ( 4 of these)
  • Metric
  • Top of box used the largest stitched square
  • Sides of box: 7.5cm x 1.5cm (4 of these) 
DSP Mats

  • Sides of box: 2 7/8" x 1/2" ( 4 of these)
  • Metric
  • Sides of box: 7cm x 1cm (4 of these) 

    Now watch the video tutorial to see how this was made :-) 

    Video Tutorial

    I hope you like this project and will give it a try. If you bought my October Class Takeaway then you could, see below for details. To make sure you don't miss any of my projects why not subscribe to my YouTube channel, follow my blog and subscribe to my newsletter? I will be back tomorrow, until then ...

    Happy Crafting!

    Gez xxx

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