Stampin' Up! Window Box Tote with How To Video

Have you every needed a really quick little gift tote that had a bit of "wow power?" You can get that in just minutes when you convert a Stampin' Up! Window Box into a sweet little tote perfect for a handful of chocolates. The window on the box is already decorated with a sweet little scroll all around it so all you need to do is add a couple of layered flower punch outs and you are good to go! I was inspired to create this when I saw something similar in our annual catalog on page 151. I hope you are inspired to create one, too!

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In the video, I showed you how to create the tote using Fast Fuse. You could also use Sticky Strip or Liquid Multi-Purpose Glue. I actually made quite a few of them with the glue and used a rubber band to kind of hold the box together for me until the glue set while I worked ahead on the next box. My Committee for Fun and Stamping assisted me in putting these boxes together . . . we made up over 100 of them so by the end, we felt like we had the process down! It really helps to fold the folds both directions, other wise the tote wants to pull apart. You have to get those score lines well creased!!

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Amanda said…
What a fantastic idea! Love these....
Wendie Waldman said…
What an adorable idea! TFS.
Wendy said…
These boxes are so fun, Kay! I have made them for Valentine's Day and for Easter this year! I added a small covered composition book & a pen to mine and everyone loved them! Love the flower you added to yours! :)
Sandy said…
Oh my goodness. These are so cute. Thank you for sharing. I have these boxes (I just need to find them) and I have the day off from work. Guess what I'm going to make. ( after doing laundry, of course ) huh humm.
Kay Kalthoff said…
Thanks for the comments, everyone!So glad I could inspire!!