The 123 PunchBoard boxes are super easy to make, and they look very classy. There are many sizes and patterns to choose from.
All you need is the 1-2-3 Punch Board by We R Memorykeepers and some paper cardstock.
Whether you’re selling your jewelry on Etsy or at a Craft Fair, or you’re giving your creations as gifts, great packaging can make all the difference in the world. It gives a cohesive look to your brand, and makes your pieces look professional. So… the perceived value goes way up! It’s definitely worth the (small) extra cost and time spent.
For these custom boxes, all you need is a sheet of cardstock and the handy 123 Punchboard. The instructions, measurements, scoring tool and punch are all included with this simple-to-use tool. Not only does it allow you to make boxes in a whole slew of different sizes/shapes, but it also does envelopes (regular, gusted and coin), envelope liners, paper bows, file folders and dividers. Wow!
Because you can use any style/pattern of cardstock, you can make these boxes to compliment your jewelry pieces in so many creative ways. For example, I chose a beachy map paper, some jute and a seashell to make a bracelet box and earring card set for jewelry I made using the Faux Paua/Abalone Tutorial. And then I used Christmas themed paper to make a multi-box advent calendar for my son, Fisher.
With the huge variety of cardstock that is readily available today, you can make boxes for every event, style and personality imaginable.
Anyway, as you can see I really like this tool. I’ve gone back to it over and over again, throughout the last 18 months that I’ve owned it. I’m guessing you might like to have one of these in your studio as well!
- Amazon Affiliate Link: We R Memory Keepers 123 Punch Board
- Amazon Affiliate Link: Graphic 45 St Nicholas 12×12″ Cardstock Pad
- Amazon Affiliate Link: Craft Smith SEAGLASS 12×12″ Cardstock Pad
- Amazon Affiliate Link: K&Company Que Sera Sera 12×12″ Cardstock Pad
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