November 9

What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Kathy Deal

What state do you live in?


What is your DBWS address (other)?


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  • hi Cathy, greetings from NZ!
    The pop up tissue box is made from a piece of card 7cm across by 9cm long.
    Scored along the longest side 1cm, 5cm, 8cm
    the 1cm become the fold back tabs you adhere to the inside of the card. I cut striped designer paper 6.5cm wide by 3.5cm deep to glue onto the front of the tissue box. use your word window punch to make a hole in the top of the tissue box (that is the 7x3cm section). fold the score lines and I cut a small rectangle of Whisper White cardstock 6x 2.5cm and to bow glues a small piece of tissue paper to it on one of the corners of the tissue paper, poked the remaining tissue paper through the word window hole and glued the whisper white cardstock in place behind the word window opening. use only a small amount of tissue paper cause you only want the effect of a tissue poking out of the box and you don't want any extra bulk in your card. I added sticky strip along the top and bottom 1cm tabs, removed the sticky strip backing off the top tab, and positioned the box in place in my card inner, then lay the box flat, removed the lower sticky strip backing (with the sticky strip tab facing me) and closed the card, and so the lower tab easily stuck in place where it should go. When you open your card the box pops up, and close the card it lies flat.
  • Welcome to Stampin Up!  I just joined and as a new member felt overwhelmed when I wanted to get involved in a swap.  I first had to figure out what swap was… it is when you make, for example, 7 identical cards and mail them to an address by a specific date.  In return you will get 7 different cards in return.  It’s a great way to collect new ideas! 


    I searched for non-convention swaps and only found 1.  When I saw that it was a lot of veterans, I got excited and nervous.  So I thought I could learn a lot from them, but wanted to also give new members a place that they could swap.  If you are interested in a swap, please check out mine.  It’s very simple and only 3 categories.  I am trying to give a lot of perks so we have a good turnout. 


    If you are interested in looking at the details, please go to the Stampin’ Discuss tab, then Swaps.  Once you are on that page, there is a search box on the top left, simply type in my name and you will find the swap.  Please let me know if you have any other questions.


    Thank you for your time and let’s have fun Stampin’!


    Kasey Massatti

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