Emoji Box

Bring Joy with Stamping

Created by Brenda 


Some people love emoji’s and others don’t. I personally think they are so cute, so if you like them try making these in different colors and expressions. Have them around your home or office  to make you smile.


Paper sizes:

12” x 12” card stock your choice in color

A piece of matching card stock cut 4” x 6”.

Scraps of basic black, whisper white and real red.


Product List

Stampin' Trimmer

2017-2019 In Color 12" X 12" Cardstock

1" Circle Punch

Paper Snips Scissors

1/2" Circle Punch

Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker

White Stampin Chalk Marker

Tear & Tape Adhesive

SNAIL Permanent Adhesive



  1. With piece of card stock that is 12” x 12” score it at 4” and 8” turn and repeat. On two opposite sides make a 1” mark at 6”.

  2. Now fold all score lines and fold in the left flap, take the horizontal  fold and match it to the vertical fold. Be sure to crease the inner diagonal section, and repeat for all four sides. Now on the sides that you made the one inch score, fold that in. From the end of that line to each corner crease, {it will look like the side of a milk carton}. Repeat for the other side and fold all flaps inward to form the box.

  3. With the second piece of matching card stock, (cut as above), score it at 4” and 4 1/2”. Fold, and hen adhere the 2 1/2” side to the back of the box with tear and tape. Add velcro dots to the inside cover and front of the box to keep the flap closed.

  4. For decorating the front I cut out 2 – 1” circles in whisper white and 2 – 1/2” circles in basic black. I adhered them together and then onto the front flap. Then add white flecks to his eyes and with you black marker draw in the eye brows. I hand cute a black mouth, red tongue and his white teeth. Adhere them together and then onto the front flap. I also cut some strips of black and adhered it on top. 


Remember to be creative and come up with your own emoji faces. Even if they are happy, sad angry and more. Have your kids try this out to and see what they come up with.


Brenda Wilkinson

Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrater

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