Instructions for Cute Box from February Blog Hop

Welcome back to my blog. I had a few requests for instructions for the cute treat box I made for last Month’s Paper Crafting Blog Hop, so I just popped on to give you a link to the website where I found the instructions. They were provided by the Paper Pixie. The Box is called a Prism Box.

Here is my version

Box Closed

And here is her version. If you click on the pic, you will go to  the post where she gives instructions and a link to a video. Such a cute little box.


That’s it for now, thanks for dropping by, til next time,

Netty xx

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December 2020 Global SU Share Fair – Clear Tiny Treat Boxes

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The theme for the recent Facebook Live Share Fair was quick gift packaging using a variety of Stampin’ Up! packaging products. I chose to feature the tiny treat boxes. I like these because they make the smallest gift look gorgeous and you can change the items you use to decorate them to suit any occasion.

These particular boxes can be hung from the Christmas tree and can be used to dress up a small gift, a voucher, a cash gift, or some treats.

  • Stamps:-Todays Tiles
  • Card: –Seaside Spray, Feels Like Frost Designer Series Paper
  • Ink:- Misty Moonlight
  • Tools:– Field Tiles Dies (label and top decorative shape),Stitched Shapes Square Dies,
  • Other: – Seaside Spray Ribbon, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Glue Dots, Tear & Tape

Other presenters at this event showcased packaging such as pizza boxes, cello bags, acetate card boxes, mini shipping boxes and paper pumpkin boxes. So there are many solutions for your gift packaging needs, and you can easily dress them up to suit the occasion.

If you live in Australia and don’t already have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I would be delighted to assist you. Click “Contact Me” at the top of this page or click here to get the conversation started.

If you’d like to recreate the project, all current products are available from my online store here or email me. The Feels Like Frost DSP is reduced by 50% during the current Year End Close out Sale. If you are placing an online order of less than $250, and you use the hostess code for this month, shown in the sidebar menu on the right, you will receive a small gift from me. If your order is more than $250 you should not use the code as you will earn hostess rewards for yourself.

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That’s it for now, thanks for stopping by…………………………………………..…………..til next time,

Netty xx

Paper Crafting Blog Hop -Feels Like Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper


I hope you are enjoying our Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator’s Blog Hop featuring Gift Packaging projects. Fellow demonstrators from all over the globe are participating so we have a wide range of fun projects to share with you. You may have arrived from Katie Johnson’s blog. She had a fabulous project!

I wanted to use the Feels Like Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper, even though we don’t have frosty or snowy Christmases in Australia, because I just love this paper. I decided to use the silver-foiled side and I wanted to make a treat sized gift package. This is small enough to hang on the Christmas tree but will hold a good number of treats or small gifts, or even cash.

I found a design I liked on Youtube by Crafty Caroline. Here is the link.

I punched a hole through the top tabs and threaded some of the stunning Seaside Spray Ribbon through. I added a simple tag and some some Rhinestones.


Supplies used:

Card: – Night of Navy, Seaside Spray, Feels Like Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper

Ink : – Night of Navy Marker

Tools: – Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Paper Snips

Embellishments: – Seaside Spray 6.4mm Metallic Ribbon, Basic Jewel Rhinestones, Noble Peacock Rhinestones.

What do you think? Please add a comment and let me know what you liked about my design.

Thanks for hopping with us. Now click the next image to zoom to Shirley Merker’s blog in the United States to see what fun ideas she has designed.


Here is a list of hoppers in case you get off the trail!

Shirley Merker
Tracy Held
Sue Boerner
Sandra Roberts
Sandy Ward
Sue McDonald
Katie Johnson
Annette McMillan YOU ARE HERE!

All the supplies used in my design can be ordered through my online store here.

If you live in Australia and don’t already have a Stampin’ Up demonstrator, I would be delighted to have you join me. Click “Contact Me” above to get the conversation started. Thanks!

If you would like to purchase Stampin’ Up! products at a discount and/or run your own business I would love to have you join my team of demonstrators. Click “Contact Me” above. I would love to hear from you.

That’s it for now, thanks for hopping by………………………..til next time

Netty xx