Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Super Stacked Box Project

Creative Greetings!

Have you checked out the Stacked Box Project in the store? I'm crazy for projects of any kind, but I especially enjoy constructing these useful, "stuff"-storing, home decor boxes. I just can't help but brag a bit more about them. The boxes measure 5x7, 6.5x8.5, and 8x10". (All are 2" deep.)

Stacked Box Project - Spine
I have this one on my desk at home. It stores all kinds of odds and ends, including coupons and mail.

Stacked Boxes Project
I used all of the included materials: pre-cut wrapping papers, wooden feet and twill ribbon closure. All I added was some rubber stamping, a metal label holder, CS cutaparts, key charms and a mini tag from my stash.


All embellishments were added after the boxes were constructed. Here are a few details:

Big & Tall Numbers stamped with White Pigment and India Inks.

Age twill ribbon with Earth CS Hybrid Ink. 

Adhere the metal label holder to spine with Glue Lines.
Attach metal key charms with waxed linen thread.

Mini tag glued between cover papers.
Lock & Key Cutaparts added to each box.

As you can see, it's super-easy to embellish the project kit because the color scheme is so versatile!

But if you like to do your own thing, the Components Kit is fun with all its infinite possibilities. I put the one pictured below together for the Oopsie Daisy Blog Hop. You can use any papers you like with the components kit!

Thanks for stopping by. I hope your day is "stacked" with good fortune and fun!

Kay at Club Scrap


  1. Love the details, Kay. I may have to make these for my desk.

  2. Kay, your boxes are so cool. Love the keys as embellishments and the speckling technique.

  3. I'm generally not one for "constructing" but that Oopsie Daisy project is mighty inspiring! :)

  4. I can't wait to put together my "nekkid" one I got in the Pro Shop at Retreat...maybe we will have a rainy Labor Day weekend ;)

  5. Thanks so much, it's fun to be in company with other project-making enthusiasts!

  6. I didn't think these boxes held anything--thought they were just decorative. I have a set here ready to be put together. Thanks for the idea variations, Kay. I'll have a closer look (and actually put somethiing in my set once it's together!) BTW: I decided to cover mine in Cinema paper because I love this collection so much!

  7. Oh, the ideas are flowing. Very pretty and useful, too.


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