Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Tissue Pack Wrap Tutorial

TISSUE PACK WRAP TUTORIAL
By Barbara Welch, Creative Stampin' Spot

As I promised yesterday, the Tutorial is ready to go. I was inspired by a demonstrator at convention who made these. I basically measured the pack of tissues I purchased and then made my pattern

Things you will need:

Stamp Sets I used Snow Buddies, Serene Snowflakes, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink: Basic Grey, Bashful Blue
Markers: Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, Only Orange
Cardstock:
Base (Bashful Blue shown) 4-1/2" x 8-1/2"
Whisper White layer (shown stamped with snowman) 1-5/8" x 1-7/8"
Brocade Blue layer 1-3/4" x 2"
Accessories:
Ribbon - 15"
Pocket Pack of Tissues
Scoring Tools
SNAIL adhesive
Dimensionals
Sticky Strip
Paper Snip
Scallop Oval or Large Oval Punch

Begin by cutting the Bashful Blue Cardstock to 4-1/2 x 8-1/2"

If using a scoring board, score along the 8-1/2" edge as follows:
2" - 3" - move left edge of paper to 1/4" mark and score at 5-1/2" - 6-1/2"













If using a Bone Folder with a ruler, use the marks on the grid paper, score along the 8-1/2" edge as follows:
2" - 3" - 5-1/4" - 6-1/4"















Stamp the Snowflake images using Bashful Blue Ink onto the Bashful Blue cardstock. I used the three different images and did random stamping all over.















Use an Oval Punch to punch an opening in the center of the largest end panel (2-1/4")














Place sticky strip on the underneath (unstamped) side along this edge.















Place Ribbon in the middle portion of the cardstock and tie a knot on top closer to the right side.















Stamp the "get well wishes" under the knot but above the score line.

Fold along all score lines; using a pencil, mark where the oval should be punched on the other end panel.















Punch the oval.














Now you are ready to assemble















Place the tissue pack in the center















Fold the shortest end in first














Remove the protective cover from the sticky strip adhesive















Then fold the largest (2-1/4") end over on top of the smaller panel and making sure to align the ovals. Press to adhere.














Here is the front/top view














Here is the back view with the tissues pulled through














I stamped the snowman in Basic Grey and colored in the images with markers.
Then mounted this onto the Brocade Blue layer. Using Stampin' Dimensionals, adhere this to the top over the ribbon.

Thanks again for stopping in to check out my tutorial for making the TISSUE PACK WRAP.
Did you like this tutorial? Please leave a comment for me if you did.
I would love to see what you create using my tutorial, please leave a comment with a link to the location for me to take a look.

Live, Laugh, Love and STAMP!!!
~Barbara

16 comments:

Lorri said...

Woohoo, thanks for the tutorial! That was a great make and take, Barbara!! Thanks so much!!! LOVE THESE!

Anonymous said...

woohoo thanks so much for this tutorial!!! this will be a nice for Xmas gives for the teachers aids.
LOVE IT!!!!

jeannen2 said...

I loved the tutorial! Now I have to see if I have some extra pkgs. of tissues so I can make it today!!!

donewrkin said...

This is absolutely adorable! Thanks for sharing it with all of us!

Scrappin Cheryl said...

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

DeStampin'Corner said...

What a great tutorial! The tissue box is so beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

Jenny Maron said...

I LOVE this idea! Your tutorial was wonderful also. I just might try this!

rachele said...

Wonderful tutorial, Barbara! I just love the one we made at weSTAMP & can't wait to make some more!

Wanda said...

I just now saw this tutorial. What a cute idea for little gifts for people. TFS. I've saved it for future use

Patti said...

Thanks for sharing this Barbara. I loved making it at weSTAMP last month and I'm so glad that you posted the tutorial. I picked up tissue packs today to make these for teacher gifts, etc.

Dannie Graves said...

Thank you for the great tutorial. It's such a cute project. Click here to see the one that I made using your pattern.

Lauren Colless said...

Wow great tutorial! Thank you so much!

Rebecca Ednie said...

This is too cute. But what happens when the tissues are almost gone? Won't the plastic package inside slide out the ends?? I think I am going to make mine with a ribbon around the whole thing and a flap with magnet closure to add more tissues.

val,haveagovalblgspot.com said...

Thanks for the tutorial, great gift idea xx

Michelle S. said...

This is a great idea, especially with this flu season. I can see giving out kits that include the tissue paper, travel size hand sanitizer, and some hot cocoa or tea. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

thanks so much ...now for some more work..love, love, love