Party Pandas Pop Up Box #2 Instructions

Here are the instructions for the Party Pandas Pop Up Box #2 that I posted on my site yesterday.  Some people prefer the written version for instructions so I always try to do a set the day after I post the video.  If you're in need of supplies you can visit the Shop Now section of my website and the Stampin Up catalogs are conveniently on the right hand side of my site for browsing.  Need a demonstrator?  I would be delighted to help and serve as a demonstrator for you!  In the Round Rock area? Please join us for a Stamp Camp hosted in my home once a month.  Not in the Round Rock area, send me a message and I will put together a virtual Facebook class for your enjoyment!  Lots of ways to connect and I'm here to help in any way I can.  Happy Crafting!

Cut 2 Window Box Framelits in Basic Black
Cut 1 Window Box Framelit "Lid" in Whisper White
Cut 1 Window Box Framelit "Lid" in Lemon Lime Twist
Cut 6 squares 1 1/4" x 1 1/4" in Whisper White
Cut 6 squares 1 5/16" x 1 5/16" in Lemon Lime Twist
Cut the Whisper White and Lemon Lime Twist "Lids" down by 1/4" on all sides
Stamp the Panda with the Notecard (Only the face - mask using a post it note so you only get the face)
Stamp the Panda with the Party Hat and fussy cut around him
Using and Aquapainter and Peekaboo Peach ink color the party hat
Using a Melon Mambo marker color the polka dots on the party hat
Glue the Panda faces to the Lemon Lime Twist squares
Assemble the box (see video for instructions)
Glue the squares to the outsides of the box on all 6 sides
Glue the White lid on the top of the box
Glue the Lemon Lime Twist onto the underneath side of the box
Cut a window sheet 2" x 5/8" and score at 1 1/4" 
Crease window sheet on score and fold over again one more time to make an area to attach to the Lemon Lime Twist side of box
Glue the Panda to the Window Sheet
Glue Dot the other side of window sheet to the Lemon Lime Twist side of lid
Fill with your favorite candy and wala!


Tuesdays Tips - Hairspray ???

 This one is simple and effective.  Use hairspray to get that archival or any black ink off your red rubber or photopolymer stamps after you've used them.  It works!!!!! Spray the hairspray onto the stamp and rinse, I use my fingers to rub the ink off and repeat until the stamp is clean.  

You can also get archival black or gray ink off your blocks using hairspray too!  Great little back pocket tip.  Try it!

Happy Crafting!