Box Card tutorial ft Inseparable Friends, Kindred Stamps

Kindred Stamps, Inseparable Friends stamp set

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For todays project I have 2 videos to share with you.  In the first video, I’m making a box card, although it’s probably not the box card you were expecting.  This fun fold technique is a front opening box card, rather than top opening. And for a change, due to popular request, I am colouring with pencils today instead of Copic markers. The second video shows how I coloured the fox and puppy stamps using Prismacolor pencils.  Let’s start by taking a look at this very sweet set by Kindred Stamps … Inseparable Friends.

Kindred Stamps, Inseparable Friends stamp set

For this project I wanted to keep it CAS (clean and simple) … I’m really not one for a lot of embellishments (which you would never guess looking at the stacks of embellishment tubs in my papercrafting cupboard!). I just didn’t want to add too much bulk to the card, as the folds make it bulky enough already.

Kindred Stamps, Inseparable Friends stamp set   Kindred Stamps, Inseparable Friends stamp set   Kindred Stamps, Inseparable Friends stamp set

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Stamps – Inseparable Friends, Kindred Stamps
(If you’re looking to purchase this set in the USA, CLICK HERE)

Tim Holtz Travel Stamp Platform
Prismacolor Premier Pencils
XPress It Blending card
Tsukineko Memento ink pad, Tuxedo Black
Ranger Archival ink pad, Jet Black
3mm double sided tape
Tombow Mono Liquid Glue
Small scissors
Bone Folder
Trimmer
Copic Multiliner, Black
Cardstock, Beige – 11″ x 8.5″
Pattern Paper – 6″ x 6″, Kaisercraft ‘Limelight’
Cardstock scraps – Dark brown, brown

Check out the videos and see how I created this box card …

If you’re curious to see how I coloured these images, here is the pencil colouring video …

I do hope you enjoyed this project, and if you make a box card like this one, I’d love to see it!

1 Comment

  1. Brooke Welgus

    was there going to be some measurements in this blog? I’m trying to follow along with the video, but the measurements are confusing me… eg 2″, 3.75″, 4.25″, 9″ (is the 4.25 meant to be 7.25?). Sorry to be a dufus!

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