Project Thursday ~ Personalized Gift Box With Stamps

Hello everyone… Helen is here today. So… Christmas is in less than 30 days now! I am getting starts to wrap some gifts. How about you? Today I have couple gifts boxes to share with you that you can make and personalized them with Precious Remembrance stamps.

I found several tutorials how to make boxes using Envelope Punch Board. I tried a tutorial to make these gift boxes today. These boxes are perfect for A2 handmade card set or flat gifts. First, I trimmed the cardstocks and scored them but before I put them together, I stamped the patterns on them.


On this first gift box, I stamped the triangle from Everyday Stamp Set on the red cardstock using the VersaFine Clair – Glamorous ink pad. After the images dried, I put the box together and glue it with permanent adhesive glue.


I stamped the circle seal image from Happy Mail Stamp Set with VersaFine Clair – Glamorous ink pad on a white cardstock and I punched it with 1″ circle punch. I added it on the back flap of the box.


For the tag, I stamped the label from Happy Mail Stamp Set with VersaFine Clair – Green Oasis on a white cardstock, and then I trimmed it with paper trimmer. I cut out another white cardstock using a tag die and then I added the label on it.


On the back of the tag, I stamped the To and From from the Happy Mail Stamp Set with the VersaFine Clair – Green Oasis ink pad. And then I tied it up on the box with natural twine along with the christmas light charms.


On the second box, I used the stamp steps I did to make the red gift box above. On this one, I used the Everyday Stamp Set and VersaFine Clair – Green Oasis ink pad.


And for the tag, I used the one from Joy Stamp Set that I stamped on the white cardstock with VersaFine Clair – Green Oasis ink pad, and then I trimmed it with paper trimmer. I wrote the year, but I stamped the message using one of the sentiment from the Everyday Stamp Set. that I stamped it with VersaFine Clair – Nocturne (black) ink pad.

I hope this post today give you some ideas how to wrap your gifts in different ways this year. Thank you so much for stopping by today. Hope you all have a fabulous day!

Helen Gullett

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