Fabric Box, Single Stamps & Free Piercing Pack

Fabric Box, Single Stamps & Free Piercing Pack

I have so many things to share with you today but I couldn’t skip out on sharing the project I made yesterday.  I got this idea through Pinterest and wanted to use some of the fabric that’s available right now for just 99 cents!

I used the Candy Cane Christmas Designer Fabric to cover a cardboard box that originally held Stampin’ Up! catalogs.  Isn’t it cute?  I pulled out some of our retired jumbo eyelets and our new sweater trim for a handle.  What do you think?  I’m not perfectly pleased but with a little practice, I think I can do better.  For the first try though, it turned out pretty well.  I hope to make some more fun boxes when I get a chance.  Who can pass up such fun projects when you can purchase 3 fat quarters of fabric for just $0.99?!

I have some good deals to share with you today!

Have you ever looked at a stamp set in the catalog and wished you could purchase just one stamp out of the set?  Well, Stampin’ Up! is trying out the idea with three particular stamp sets.

How fun is it to be able to purchase single stamps from these collections?  They are going to be available like this (or by the set as usual of course!) through January 2.  You can click on the stamp sets above to see the individual prices better.

I have one more special to share with you. For this month only, you can get a free Festive Paper-Piercing Pack for free!

I love free Stampin’ Up! tools don’t you?  What a wonderful deal!

I hope you have enjoyed the fabric covered box and the special offers being offered this month!  Thank you for stopping by today!




  1. Wow! So many terrific things to think about today! My favorite is your fabric box! Can’t wait to see it in person in your classroom! 🙂

  2. Becky, your box is adorable! I’m going to have to try it! 🙂

  3. Love the box!

  4. Very nicely done.. I’ve used pattern boxes to cover with material in the past too… padding the top to give it a soft puffy top!! Boxes are always great storage solutions!!

  5. Hello, Do you have step-by-step instructions (or a video) available on how to do this? (cover shoebox with fabric project).

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