|Envelope Punch Board Shadow Box Book|
I have to admit, when I first brought my Envelope Punch Board home from Retreat, I put it away in my craft room and there it sat. I didn't make a single envelope. After seeing a lot of folks making all sorts of different things with this board, including our very own uber-talented Tricia Morris, I knew I had to pull it out and experiment.
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After watching a few how-to videos, and there are a lot of them, I was inspired to create this fun project.
The three small boxes fit nicely inside the larger box, and this box is attached to the back cover of the book. The cover is created using the wrapping and bookmaking techniques I have learned right here at Club Scrap. The two small boxes are 2" squares, the rectangular box is 2x3-7/8", and the largest square box is 4". The matte board covers are 4.25" squares and the spine piece measures 1.25x4.25".
I used the cutapart sheet from the 2010 Jubilee Brights collection along the sides of the box.
If you turn the boxes upside down you can keep small items from falling out if you are using the book for gift giving.
I hope you enjoyed a look at this project. Maybe you will be inspired to create something unique with your Envelope Punch Board, too. You will soon discover that they are not just for making envelopes. Don't have one yet? There are still some available in our STORE!
Have a fantastic week!