January 15, 2017

Valentine's Goodies I'm Selling!

Good Morning Everyone and Happy Sunday. Today's two projects are something I made for our local consignment business. I sell some of my cards and other items there. I've been selling holiday-themed treats boxes like crazy and Valentine's is just around the corner. I am using the retired Square Pillow Thinlits Dies for the treat holder today:

When I purchase 3D dies through Stampin' Up!, I always keep them close at hand, even when they retire because I do sell at this business and at craft fairs. If you search for Pillow Box Patterns you should be able to find a pattern to cut one of these by hand if you don't have this retired die. The photo below shows you the coordinating 3" x 3" Mini Card & Envelope:

The card is cut at a measurement of 6" x 3", scored in the center at 3" and folded. I used a layer of the Sending Love Designer Paper as a layer which measures 2-3/4" x 2-3/4". The rest of the layers are from the Sealed With Love stamp set and coordinating Love Notes Framelits Dies. Isn't that little teeny tiny envelope the cutest?

I made a bunch of these in different colors. I try to use my retired cardstock to use it up and that's what most of these colors are:

Products Used: (Retired: Square Pillow Box Die, some Retired Cardstock)


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  1. Love this cute idea. So do you put treat box and card both in bag? What size bag work? Can I ask how much you sell this type of item for?

  2. Fabulously! And soon I will have everything I need to CASE your cardstock! Love this pillow backing and have never seen it before, but have to try it....thank you for the instructions! Have a good and warm week!

  3. Cute stuff! I remember when pillow boxes templates were all the rage (before die cut machines).


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