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Sending Happy Thoughts Gift Box


Eileen Hull

Eileen grew up in a large art-loving family. She has applied her creative thinking to all sorts of life and career events – from adjusting to thirteen military moves and raising four children to developing popular craft product lines. In 2009, Sizzix launched her first ScoreBoards™ dies, specially designed to cut and score matboard and thicker materials. Eileen enjoys working with recycled materials and "treasures" from thrift stores, or even better, those found on the curb!

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Package your most passionate Valentine's Day gifts with the Sizzix Vintage Valentine collection by Scrappy Cat and the English Rose Heart Embosslits Die. No one will be able to resist the love you have presented so sweetly!

Sizzix Die(s) Used

  • Sizzix Framelits Die Set 8PK - Circles, Scallop


Other Supplies: Cardstock, Patterned Paper, Button, Foam Dots, Ink, Metallic Paper, Printed Sentiment, Ribbon, Sticky Note, Thread

Cover a piece of mat board with cardstock. Die-cut a Pizza Box out of paper-covered mat board. Fold along score lines to assemble and secure in place using extra-strong bond, double-sided adhesive. Place a gift inside the Box. Cut a piece of patterned paper to fit across the Box top. Format a sentiment using a computer and print onto cardstock. Align the Scallop Circle Framelits die over the sentiment and die-cut. For ease of use, we recommend using a sticky note to hold the Framelits die in place while the shapes are being cut. Attach the sentiment to the Box top. Die-cut and emboss cardstock using the English Rose Heart Embosslits die, highlight the raised designs with ink and attach to the Box top using foam dots. Wrap a ribbon around the patterned paper and tie in a bow. Embellish the ribbon with a small length of ribbon, a threaded button and a key die-cut from metallic paper. Finish by adhering the patterned paper to the Box top.