Bakers Box with Barnyard Babies Video Tutorial

bakers7One of the first things that caught my eye in the new Stampin’ Up! Catalog was the Baker’s Box die. It reminded me of the milk cartons that we had in grade school. I ordered the die set immediately and have had a blast playing with it ever since. Once I started making little treat boxes I couldn’t stop!


138279GThere are nine dies included in this set. One is a starburst circle which has proven to be perfect for creating a “window” that reveals the treats hidden within the box.
Here’s a video tutorial on how to make this cute little piggy box featuring the adorable Barnyard Babies stamp set.

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4 thoughts on “Bakers Box with Barnyard Babies Video Tutorial

  1. Hi Amy, I am a new demonstrator and I am very fond of your website. I signed up for your e-mails when you were advertised on Mary Fishs page but when I go to any of your daily projects and try to print any of them I get nothing but writing. I hope you would help me. I obviously am doing something wrong. Thank You, Marilyn Doubrava e-mail is maddy65@comcast .net


  2. I had one other person mention the same thing today. What exactly are you trying to do? Are you double clicking on the photo and then trying to print just the photo? Or are you trying to print the whole page – text and photo? What usually works for you when you attempt to print someone else’s blog? If you want just the picture, can you save it to your desktop and then print it from there?


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