Foxy Silver Mini Gable Box

Foxy Mini Silver Gable Box


Truly Tailored stamp set by Stampin’ Up
True Gentleman designer series paper
Birthday Memories designer series paper
Mini Silver Gable Box by Stampin’ Up
Tailored Tag punch
Fresh Fig ink
Crushed Curry card stock
Layering Circles framelits
Pacific Point ¼” Stitched Ribbon
Big Shot
Cutting plates
Hole punch
Foam adhesives
Cellophane bag
Redhots candy


To create the hole in the box, use a scalloped circle from the Layering Circles framelits. Use the Big Shot platform with the box on top. Place a small cutting plate inside of the box so that you only cut through one layer. Place the die face down over the box. You may want to hold the die into place using Painter’s Tape. Place another cutting plate on top to complete the sandwich. When you run the layers through the Big Shot, you will have the extra bonus of the circle having an embossed outline. Stamp the sentiment in Fresh Fig ink from the Truly Tailored stamp set onto Crushed Curry card stock. Trim the sentiment, leaving the lines intact. Punch out a shape from the True Gentleman designer series paper using the Tailored Tag punch. Layer the sentiment onto the shape using foam adhesives.

Create a tag from the scalloped circle shape cut out of the gable box. Punch a hole it the tag and attach it to the box using the Pacific Point stitched ribbon. Embellish with a gift from the Birthday Memories dsp. Cut a fox from the Birthday Memories designer series paper. Attach the fox and sentiment to the box using foam adhesives. Add a bag of Redhots to the box prior to closing it. The red compliments the scarf on the fox.

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 Birthday Memories DSP
Item Number: 144118

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  1. I really love how you die cut the hole in the box! You say you used a small acrylic plate. From where? I know it sounds odd but I don’t get to the craft stores much. Do they sell a small plate? Thanks in advance for your help.

  2. Hi Kim, I just added a link within this post to the small cutting plates you can use. They are great to have. You get them on Amazon. You place one inside of the box and then you place the die face down on the box. Then, you place the second cutting plate on top of the die and run it through. You want to make sure that you always use your smooth die on top. I used a scratched die and it made a scratched pattern all over my silver box.

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