Valentine Box Video Tutorial

Good evening!  Now that things have settled down a bit, I finally got a chance today to make the video for the Valentine Box I shared with you a few weeks ago.   Thanks to my friend Christy (now AKA Snookie), she helped me out today.  Whoo Hoo!  Let's take a look back at the box:

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Kimberly Van Diepen



This box was shown at the Phoenix Regional however just a bit smaller.  This box can hold 4 x 4 cards.  Love it.

Watch this video to learn how to make it.  Remember, if you subscribe to my blog in a reader you will have to go to my website to view the video!





I hope the video helps you make some cute Valentine Boxes.

Now, just a little update.  My little girl is doing great.  Thank you for all of the get well wishes.  It made her smile.  It's still healing but you wouldn't know she had a boo boo unless you asked her.  She is up and running (without scissors) again!

I have a new card to share.  I made this card at my Diva Night.  I will call this card the all-nighter.  It seriously took me all night to make it.  Has that ever happened to you? 

independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Kimberly Van Diepen




independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Kimberly Van Diepen



I used a couple of stamp sets for this card.  The main image comes from the stamp set Chic Boutique.  It's such a cute stamp set.  Very CHIC!  I added a few silver beads, gems and glitter.  This made it even more a CHIC card.  The background image comes from Friends 24-7.  GREAT set.  The stripes on the bottom of the card is called Solid Stripes.  You can find that stamp in the back of the New Mini Catalog.  I love it. 


Thanks for stopping by and have a  GREAT Thursday!

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8 thoughts on “Valentine Box Video Tutorial”

  1. This box is great.  Where did you say the instructions for the flowers was?  I really like them.
    Thanks for all that you share – I always enjoy your work

  2. I love all of your stuff…I love this box but I would love to do it for 3x3cards.Would you have the measurments for that ? Thanks

  3. Love your project and finally got around to trying it myself (posted on my blog today:)  Gosh you remind me so much of my dear friend Regina (voice, manerisms, etc) – only she doesn't craft?!!  Wish I lived somewhere near you would love to come to a workshop!

  4. I love this box and your tutorial is excellent! I can't wait to find time to make it! (Actually all your projects are just… WOW!!!! Congrats!)

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