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The Tasty Trucks Photopolymer Stamp Set that is a FREE Sale-A-Bration Stampin’ Up Product was crying out to me to be made into a 3D Project Tutorial. So that is exactly what I had to do.
Before Christmas I made a similar 3D Christmas Project with the Santa’s Sleigh Photopolymer Stamp Set. It was called Santa’s Sleigh with Secret Compartment and it was definitely very popular on YouTube.
My cute little Gift Box today is made by using the marvellous Clear Tiny Treat Boxes, as they make up very easily and I just had to insert a small piece of Cardstock to match the colour of my Truck. Simple to make, but the only tricky bit was trying to get the image of the truck facing in the opposite direction.
To see how I did it you need to watch my attached video where I very cleverly use a piece of Vellum Cardstock. I have coloured the truck using my Stampin’ Write Many Marvellous Markers and of course you can colour it in any of your favourite colours.
I have filled my little Truck with some chocolate buttons and they are perfect to give to small children, as I am sure they will love them.
Thank you for stopping by today and if you need to buy any supplies to make this project I do have my online shop where you will find these products. The Tasty Trucks Photopolymer Stamp Set is a FREE PRODUCT when you spend £45 (before postage and packing) and if you remember to use my hostess code at the checkout (hostess code located at the top right hand corner of this post) you will also receive a free Stampin’ Up product from me at the end of the month. How fab is that!!
The only measurements you need to know to make this project is a piece of Tempting Turquoise or Real Red Cardstock measuring a smidgeon under 8″ x 2″. Then score it at just a smidgeon under 2″, 4″ and 6″. This will then fit perfectly inside the Clear Tiny Treat Boxes which measure 2″ x 2″ x 2″.
Happy Crafting with love from Sandra x
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