Friends Are Flowers Envelope Box Card

Hi friends! A very Happy Friday to you – I hope you have something fun planned for the weekend! Affiliate links are used in this post at no cost to you. I really appreciate your support! I’ve popped in this afternoon with a Trinity Stamps Ambassador inspiration project that I finished up yesterday afternoon which I’m super stoked to share! If you know me, you know I absolutely love fun folds, and box cards are at the top of the list of my favorites! Trinity Stamps recently released their Summer Blooms Floral Papercrafting Kit and I had a blast stamping, coloring and die cutting all the blooms in this kit for my envelope box card! This is my own design that I created with my WRMK Envelope Punch Board and this one does not fold flat for mailing like the typical box card (which I did for more stability) but I plan to work on an envelope box card design that does fold flat, so stay tuned! ;)

I cut the envelope base from CutCardStock Basis Black cardstock, scored and punched it with the WRMK Envelope Punch Board, and covered the flaps with gingham paper. Using the Summer Blooms Floral Papercrafting Kit, I stamped the blooms (in multiples) on Neenah Classic Crest 110# Solar White cardstock, colored them with alcohol markers and die cut them with the coordinating dies (also included in the kit), and arranged them in layers on the front and inside of the box. I stamped a sentiment from the Friends Are Flowers stamp set, trimmed it and layered it on black cardstock. The final step was adding gemstones from the Summer Sparkles Embellishment Mix (also included in the kit) with the Trinity Pick-Up Stick which really added some pretty sparkle.

Looking at the overhead shot, you can see there are three layers of blooms. I embellished the back of the box with a strip of the pink gingham paper and a piece of Neenah Classic Crest 110# Solar White cardstock. Using stamps from Supporting Script Sentiments stamp set and Just For You stamp set, I stamped the sentiment in black and pink ink.

And one more peek… so loving how this turned out! It took a little while to stamp, color and die cut all the blooms, but it was well worth it!

Trinity Stamps products used:
Summer Blooms Floral Papercrafting Kit (includes Summer Blooms stamps and dies, and Summer Sparkles Embellishment Mix)
Friends Are Flowers stamp set
Supporting Script Sentiments stamp set
Just For You stamp set
Trinity Pick-Up Stick,

Other products used:
Cardstock/Paper: Neenah Classic Crest 110# Solar White cardstock, CutCardStock Basis Black cardstock, Hot Off The Press Gingham #2 6×6 papers
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black ink; Arteza alcohol markers- YG13, YG15, YR04, YR17, PB06, R05, R14, RP15, RP16; Catherine Pooler It’s A Girl ink
Dies/Punches: We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board
Accessories: Tonic Studios 12″ Guillotine Paper Trimmer, MISTI stamp tool, Big Shot, Darice Double-Sided Adhesive Foam Circles

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s project and you’re inspired to get those craft supplies out to play! Be sure to check out all the amazing stamps, dies and other goodies at Trinity Stamps! And head on over to the Trinity Stamps Facebook Page for loads of inspiration! And while you’re at it, join the Trinity Stamps Facebook community group to connect with other Trinity Stamps fans! Thanks so much for stopping by today – we’ll see you next time!

Scrappy hugs,
lesliesig

5 thoughts on “Friends Are Flowers Envelope Box Card

  1. We are so opposite in some ways. I absolutely hate doing fun folds and die cutting small things. I seem to only like the coloring part of card making. I love seeing someone else do them, though. This card is absolutely stunning!

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