Monday, September 27, 2010

SPOOKY STAMP CAMP, A Hauntin' We Will Go Milk Carton

Here is the third project from my Spooky Stamp Camp.  This little treat is made using our adorable Mini Milk Carton Die.  It gave everyone a chance to exercise their braying skills which they love having the chance to do.  Can you believe this started as just a plain white piece of card stock?  Braying is just so cool to do!  And the results are always stunning.

I also selected this project for my entry for Challenge #2 from the SU-Only Challenge Blog.  I love challenges and am so happy to participate in these SUO challenges!

To make this Milk Carton, first I brayed the card stock.  Then I cut it out with the Milk Carton Die.  Then I stamped the image.  Next I added the highlighting.  Finally I assembled the box.  Be sure to allow it to dry completely in between steps and before assembling box to avoid smudging.  I hope you enjoy this cute little box.

You can see in these four pictures how the wheel image wraps around the entire Milk Carton perfectly.  I am using this wheel unmounted.  See HERE for a tutorial on unmounting your wheels.

  • Stamps – Haunting Wheel (#112480, $8.50), Grateful Greetings (#1116511, $36.95)
  • Card stock – Whisper White
  • Ink – Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Elegant Eggplant, Basic Black, White Signo Gel Pen
  • Ribbon – Pumpkin Pie 1/4" Grosgrain (#109030, $4.95), Old Olive 1/4" Grosgrain (#111368, $4.95), Rich Razzleberry 1/4" Grosgrain (#120930, $4.95), Hemp Twine (#100982, $2.95) dyed Basic Black
  • Punches – Extra-Large Tag (#119866, $16.95), Large Tag (#119876, $15.95)
  • Accessories – Library Clips (retired) substitute our Mini Library Clips (#109857, $12.95)
  • Tools – Big Shot, Mini Milk Carton Die (#117310, $22.95), Brayer, Stampin' Sponges


  1. Wow! Love the detail you put into this.

  2. Ummm....WOW! Double WOW! That is so cool! If I wasn't a stamper and knew those products existed, I'd say no way is that "handmade"! Amazing!

  3. I'm sorry, is this Stampin' Up and is it in the current catalog? I'm going to have to go through my catalog AGAIN and mark more wish list items! Everyday I find something else in that catalog I need.

  4. This is a fantastic little carton! If I lived closer, I'd sign up for a brayering class right away! The white pen details really make this stand out, too! TFS!!!

  5. Yes, Bonnie! It is on page 24 of the current Idea Book & Catalog. It shows only a portion as with all wheels. You can see a tiny picture of the full wheel on page 218 in the wheel index or just look at a picture of it above. :)

  6. I love your box. This is one of the best uses of this wheel that I have seen. Awesome job with the gel pen.

  7. I love it! You did such a great job! I have this wheel and die and will definitely be CASEing soon!

  8. great project! love the detail :)

    Thanks so much for joining us at SUO Challenges

  9. This is the cutest milk carton are crazy talented!!

  10. Love this with your color and design. Very clever! Thank you so much for participating with us at Stampin' Up! Only Challenges and we hope to see you on October 5 for our next challenge. God bless and have a great day!


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