I received my Window Shopping Bundle (Window Shopping Stamp Set and Window Box Thinlits Dies)a few weeks ago. And then I’ve been too darned busy to do more than glance at them. The stamp set is available in wood mount (link above) as well as clear mount. The clear mount bundle can be viewed (and purchased) here. All links in this paragraph go to my online Stampin’ Up! store where you can both view and/or purchase the linked item. These products are found in the 2017 Occasions Catalog.
What I really like about this bundle is that it can be used for a card as well as a hexagon shaped box. And the greetings can be separated, cut apart, layered and used very creatively.
Check out this video from Stampin’ Up! featuring my friend Donna Griffith from Stampin’ Up!, and then I’ll show you a few items I’ve created so far.
Isn’t that just a fun box? And oh so pretty and delicate. I’m going to be keeping a few of these on hand to use for last minute gifts. Just place a trinket, a battery operated tea light or few pieces of chocolate inside, add a bow and your recipient will really know she’s special.
The Sweet Sugarplum card stock was cut to 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ and will exactly fit the Window Box Die. Be sure to cut two of them.
I want to remind you of my tip for getting those little ‘chads’ out of the intricate thinlit die. Place the Die Brush and foam pad in an empty Paper Pumpkin box. Then run the brush back and forth over the die and most of the little bits will fall aside. Into the box–not all over your work space and floor.
I’ll have two more hexagonal boxes to share with you tomorrow and then a card, all made with the Window Shopping Bundle from the 2017 Occasions Catalog. Please shop in my Stampin’ Up! online store or send me an email so you can own your own Window Shopping stamp set and dies.