Feb 14 2018

Sure Do Love You

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!!!  My Stamp Club did this sweet little Lots to Love Box with Sure Do Love You stamp set for one of their projects last month!  I used the same layout that I did on one of my swap cards for the Occasions Catalog.  The design transferred to the box easily!


Stampin’ Details:


Cut two Powder Pink cardstock pieces at 4-1/2 x 6-1/2.  Cut with Lots to Love Box template.

  • Place two pieces opposite each other. Fold well along score lines.
  • Add Tear & Tape Adhesive to the side tabs inside the top piece.
  • Adhere two pieces together, lining up the edges of box with the front adhesive sides folding over the back sides of the box.
  • Fold in end pieces to close.


  • Stamp the Rich Razzleberry heart on the 2-3/4 x 4-5/8 piece of Whisper White (the bottom tip of the heart will be under the DSP when you place it.)
  • Adhere the 2 x 2-3/4 piece of striped DSP to bottom of Whisper White.
  • Wrap Gold Tinsel Trim around the back and adhere to hide the seam. Adhere to front of box.
  • Cut the large heart from Powder Pink cardstock with the Lots to Love Box Framelits. Adhere with Stampin’ Dimensionals to center of Rich Razzleberry heart.
  • Stamp Sure Do Love You banner with Melon Mambo Ink on scrap Whisper White, cut with Lots to Love Box Framelits. Adhere to Powder Pink heart with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Cut small heart from Gold Foil and add to front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Adhere gold Enamel Shape heart to Powder Pink heart.


They all really liked this project!  I had some boxes of Conversation hearts to fill it.


Do you like projects like this?  Today, we just introduced our BRAND NEW A GOOD DAY COLLECTION!  Each month we include a 3D project tutorial with our Create with Connie and Mary Collections!  You’ll also received tutorials for 3 cards with the same set…one is a special fold!  These are perfect for classes and stamp camps or fun to make on your own!  We have 4 options to choose to fit your needs.  Find the details at Create with Connie and Mary!