At the Stampin' Up! Convention in July attendees were introduced to the new Envelope Punch Board. It was one of those items everyone wanted to get their hands on. Here is the teaser board at convention:
Finally the announcement came in August, demonstrators were able to order the punch board prior to it going on sale to customers. I ordered it the first day it became available. It is AWESOME! I know that word is overused today yet it is the perfect word to describe this tool. First it is cost effective, only $19.95. Second, it allows you to use DSP and standard card stock you already have and we all have a "stash" of paper. So here it is:
As you can see above, the instructions are imprinted directly on the base of the board. It comes with the scoring tool that stores nicely in the side of the board and it has an integrated corner punch at the top for that finished look on all your envelopes.
I made an odd sized card (4" x 4") and then made a coordinating envelope with my new Envelope Punch Board.
I used the Truly Grateful Stamp Set from the Holiday Mini catalog. The wheat is embossed using gold embossing powder and I tied Linen Thread around the image to add the 3-D dimension to the wheat stalk image. A few Stampin' Dimensionals make the wheat stalk center stage.
The Envelope Punch Board will open our creativity for all sizes of cards. Shop Now and order yours today, use product #133774.
I want to know, does the Envelope Punch Board get your Mojo going?