NEW Punch Boards from We R Memory Keepers are HERE!

If you love the popular envelope punch board, you will LOVE the four new releases from We R Memory Keepers! All of these boards are still as simple as the original—just punch and score!

 Gift Box Punch Board

Create beautiful, square gift boxes in four different sizes: 4”, 3”, 2½”, and 1¾”. We’ve been testing patterned papers, glitter paper, cardstock—it all looks wonderful. Diagonally striped paper is stunning with perfectly mitered corners!

 

Gift Bag Punch Board

Use up to a 12×12 sheet of paper to create a bag any height bag you need! This board will create all the creases you need for a professional-looking gift bag. Then the top punch creates holes for adding your own ribbon closure or handles.

 

Pillow Box Punch Board

Create a pillow box in length your heart desires. This box punches score the perfect rounded flaps and also punches the inner flap notch for easy opening. Made wide enough for a gift card, your Christmas gifting and wrapping could be done in a few scores and punches!

 

Candy Box Punch Board

Create an adorable candy-shaped box with this punch board. The board creates a rectangular box in 1½” width and height and in any length you choose. We even switched it up to make a three-sided box instead of four! Perfect for dipped long pretzels, caramels and so much more.

All of these would make excellent containers for wedding and party favors, small gifts, candy treats, gift cards, jewelry gift boxes—the possibilities are limitless!

Available in stores today. They’re sure to be fast sellers—go scoop them up!

  1. Janis Miller’s avatar

    Pictures for the box board show larger boxes. Does anyone know how to make these bigger boxes. You would definitely need more than one piece of paper to make bigger than 4×4 boxes.

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