How to make paper bows on the Stampin’ Up! Envelope Punch Board using Spring Summer Fresh Prints


I’ve been playing with the Stampin’ Up! Envelope Punch Board today and made little video tutorial on how to use the board to make paper bows. This is something I saw whilst browsing Pinterest, and thought I’d make a video. It is something very simple to do, but I was amazed when I saw it. I hope you like my video and are inspired to try this at home.


I’ve used the Naturals White card stock for my card base. I should use this card stock more often as it’s a lovely weight and a nice alternative to plain cream or white. The matts are in Crumb Cake and Whisper White. The GORGEOUS paper is from the Fresh Prints paper stack, which is brand NEW in the Spring Summer Catalogue.


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  1. Carol
    2nd December 2014 / 7:58 pm

    Could you tell me the measurements for cutting the DSP for making the bows in inches? I would love to make some of these cards for a friend. Thank You, Carol

    • 2nd December 2014 / 8:28 pm

      Hello there Carol,

      Thank you for your message.

      The measurements in inches would be 1 inch x 6 inches, for both strips.

      I’d love to see what you make!

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