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Monday, 3 February 2014

I'm back at last

I'm sorry it has been such a long time between posts - I'm not sure why - I have been making lots of cards and projects for Christmas and Birthdays. . . maybe I just didn't know where to begin and what to show you. I might have to back track a little bit to before Christmas to show you a fantastic project that one of the girls in the Art With Heart Team that I belong to demonstrated at our team day in November. I decided to have a go at making one for my Baby Brother's 33rd Birthday in December. It's called Card in a Box:

It was quite easy to make and the sides flip up and it folds flat for posting/delivery. There is a panel on the back for you to write your message on. I also made a Christmas one, but I have put it somewhere for safe-keeping and now I can't find it. When it turns up I will post a picture.
The above card uses the Birthday Basics DSP (Designer Series Paper) which I love as it uses some of my favourite colours. I also like it because it is good to use in male cards which I find  bit harder to make (they are so boring, but that might be a lack of interesting "male" stamps and papers on my behalf)

Project Details
StampsLabel Love, Birthday Candles Wheel
Card stock & Papers    Very Vanilla, Summer Starfruit, Birthday Basics DSP
 InkRaspberry Ripple, Bermuda Bay, Gumball Green, Crisp Cantaloupe
Tools    Artisan Label Punch, Scissors, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Stampin' Trimmer

If you would like to learn how to make one of these cards, please contact me to join one of my classes.
Until next time. . . 
Happy Stampin'


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